Michigan State scored the tying goal with two seconds remaining and won in overtime
Played in 15 games as a central defender, including eight appearances in the starting lineup ... finished her career playing in 70 games while battling a number of lower leg injuries ... was instrumental on the defensive end of the team's three shutouts during the season ... also held high-scoring Nebraska forward Morgan Marlborough to just one shot on goal as the Hoosiers went on to claim a 2-1 victory over the Huskers ... named Academic All-Big Ten.
Started all 19 games played ... recorded an assist in a 1-1 tie against Kent State (9/17) ... had two shots on goal against Ohio State (10/31) ... was named to the Academic All-Big Ten team.
Appeared in 17 games, starting all of them ... was an anchor in the defensive backfield, holding opponents to 22 goals on the season and forcing the IU goalkeepers to make 51 saves, the fewest in a season in program history ... her efforts on defense allowed the Hoosiers to shutout their first three opponents and start the season with a 6-0 record for the first time in school history ... held Green Bay without a shot in a 2-0 victory, setting a school record for fewest shots allowed ... had two shots on goal in the Hoosiers' 1-0 victory over No. 20 Michigan State
Was named to the Big Ten's All-Freshman Team after a stellar debut campaign for the Hoosiers ... joined Kirsta Kellin as the only IU first-year players to start every game ... played the majority of her time at center back, playing every minute of conference action for the Hoosiers ... scored a goal and an assist on two shots for the year ... made her collegiate debut against Dayton, playing the full 90 minutes ... helped the Hoosier defense post a shutout victory over No. 14 Tennessee ... scored her first career goal in the 75th minute against Vermont, heading home a corner kick ... helped set up Kristin Arnold's game-winner against Loyola-Chicago with an outlet pass to Jessica Boots on the left wing ... was a key member of a Hoosier D that allowed just eight goals in conference play and finished the season without allowing a goal over the final 330:58.
Joins the Hoosiers after having played four years of varsity soccer at Strongsville ... was named a National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American ... was named first team all-state, Valley Conference MVP and All-Greater Cleveland Player of the Year ... scored 15 goals and had 13 assists and was team captain for the Lady Mustangs ... earned Cleveland Plain Dealer "Best of the Best" recognition ... collected all-conference and all-district recognition each year from 2005-07 ... led her team to 2005 state championship and 2007 state runner-up finish ... played club soccer with Internationals Soccer Club, where she captained the squad to a spot in the 2006 United States Youth Soccer Association National Championship and a Region II Championship ... also led the team to 2006, 2007 and 2008 Ohio State North Championships ... helped Internationals to 2004 Super-Y League North American Championship ... also strong off the pitch, as she is a member of National Honors Society and Mu Alpha Theta ... parents are Ken and Kim Krawczak ... has one brother, Joe, and one sister, Sarah.
Major: Sports Marketing and Management Birthdate: April 27, 1990