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5 Anzel Viljoen
Anzel  Viljoen


Matamata, New Zealand

High School:
Matamata College




Six Cavaliers Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Senior Becca Zamojcin earns the honor for the third time


No. 4 Virginia Shuts Out Pacific, 6-0

Pien Dicke scores a hat trick as the Cavaliers log their third straight shutout


Virginia Wins the ACC Field Hockey Championship

Cavaliers win the title for the first time in program history


Virginia Advances to ACC Semifinals with 6-3 win over BC

Cavaliers score three unanswered goals in the second half to down the Eagles


Virginia Field Hockey Announces 2016 Recruiting Class

Head coach Michele Madison announces eight additions for the fall


  • All-ACC Academic Team
  • Scored a pair of goal in the season opener against Fairfield (Aug. 25)
  • Scored two goals and had an assist in the win over Pacific (Sept. 25)
  • Had a goal and an assist in the 8-0 victory over Drexel (Oct. 8)

  • Appeared in 22 games, starting all of them
  • Was in the starting lineup in her first collegiate game, the season-opener against Miami (Aug. 26)
  • Had her first collegiate assist in the regular-season win over Wake Forest (Sept. 30)
  • Scored the first two goals of her collegiate career during the ACC Championship
  • Made a defensive save in the NCAA Tournament first-round victory over Michigan (Nov. 12)

High School/Club

  • MVP and team captain of the U-15 Waikato team that earned a bronze medal at the 2012 New Zealand national tournament
  • Won a silver medal at the national tournament with the 2015 Midlands U-18 women's team
  • 2014-15 MVP of her Matamata College team


  • Daughter of Charles and Annelise Viljoen
  • Both her father and mother played field hockey for college first division teams and at the provincial level as did her sister, Marine
  • Is learning to play guitar
  • Was born in South Africa, immigrating to New Zealand when she was 10 years old. Spoke no English when she arrived in New Zealand but was nearly fluent within weeks

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