Women's Soccer

    10 Kristen Zmijewski  
    Kristen Zmijewski


    Aurora, ill.

    High School:
    Waubonsie Valley



    Senior Year (2005)
    Played and started in all 19 games for the Hoosiers • led the team in scoring with six goals • had one game-winner against Wisconsin (10/16) to propel the Hoosiers to their first Big Ten road victory, 2-1 • assisted on two goals for the Hoosiers • led the team with 14 points • fired 36 shots with 18 on goal • named to the first team All-Big Ten • selected as Indiana's sportsmanship honoree by the Big Ten • named to the Hoosier Classic All-Tournament team • concluded her career at Indiana seventh all-time in goals with 14 • finished tied for fifth all-time in career game-winners with six • finished sixth all-time in career shots with 126 • in all-time Big Ten action, finished tied for fourth in game winners (2), fourth in shots (84) and tied for first in games started with 39.

    Junior Year (2004)
    Moved from forward to midfield where she played and started all 19 matches • scored one goal and tallied three assists for a total of five points on the year • collected an assist in the Hoosiers 5-1 win over Florida International (9/10) • then tallied an assist in Indiana's 1-0 upset victory over #18/24 Auburn • scored her lone goal of the season against Michigan State (10/8) • recipient of the Big Ten's Sportsmanship accolade.

    Sophomore Year (2003)
    Saw action in all 19 games, starting in 17 • was third on the team in points with seven • tallied three goals and one assist • scored the game-winner against Butler on 9/12 • named to the Big Ten All-Tournament team.

    Freshman Year (2002)
    A true freshman in 2002, started 18 of the 19 games she played in, scoring four goals and dishing out two assists for 10 points on the year • with 21 shots on goal, created the second-most scoring opportunities on the team • scored two game-winning goals for IU • first goal of her collegiate career was the go-ahead goal in a 3-1 victory over Ohio State.

    Was recognized as one of the top 175 players in the nation, playing in the first-ever PowerAde McDonald's High School All-American game • was also named an adidas ESP All-Star and went on to receive All-America honors in 2002 • Zmijewski also earned all-state recognition from the Chicago Tribune and all-area honors from the Chicago Sun Times, Daily Herald, Beacon News and Naperville Sun • also was an all-conference and all-sectional honoree at Waubonsie Valley • played for the Illinois State Olympic Development Program and regional ODP teams and led her Naperville club team to a State Cup Championship, WAGS title and two State Cup runner-up finishes • parents are Mike and Jean Zmijewski.

    Major: Sociology
    Birthday: July 18, 1984

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