Bloomington, Ind. - The IU womens soccer team has received more individual honors upon the completion of its season. Sophomore midfielder Kim Grodek was named to the Big Tens All-Tournament Team for her performance against Purdue in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament held in East Lansing, Mich. on Nov. 7.
Grodeks play in the middle of the park was stellar throughout the season and she capped it all off in the final game of 2002 with one shot against the Boilermakers. Grodek had three goals and six assists on the season for 12 points. Her six assists led all Hoosiers in 2002. All three goals came in Big Ten Conference play against Wisconsin, Ohio State and Michigan State. Her tally against the Spartans was the double-overtime game-winning goal. She started all 19 games of the season en route to moving into the Hoosier record books in shots and goals.
Additionally, junior defender Carly Everett was honored with Verizon Academic All-District honors. Everett is a criminal justice and psychology major who anchored the Indiana defense all season, holding the opposition to just 218 shots and 11.4 shots per game while the Hoosiers had 241 shots and 12.7 per game.
Everett finished the season, playing and starting in 18 games, missing a game against Indiana State. She recorded two assists on the season on nine shots.
Both IU student-athletes enjoyed success both on and off the field in 2002 and will undoubtedly be prepared for even more success in the seasons to come.