May 24, 2013
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Virginia women's lacrosse goalkeeper Kim Kolarik (Sr., Riva, Md.) has been selected to play in the 2013 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association/Under Armour North-South Senior All-Star Game. The annual event, which showcases the nation's top seniors, is being held on Sunday, May 26 at 11:30 a.m. on the campus of Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa.
Kolarik was named to the 2013 preseason Tewaaraton Award Watch List after starting 18 of Virginia's 19 contests in 2012, posting a .405 save percentage. This season, Kolarik was the primary goalie for the Virginia team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. Kolarik was second in the ACC in saves-per-game, averaging 6.36 saves per contest, and ranked 31st in the NCAA with a 9.57 goals-against average.
The IWLCA selected 40 NCAA Division I players to be split into two squads. Kolarik was one of three goalkeepers named to the South team. She will be joined by senior student-athletes from Detroit Mercy, Duke, Georgetown, Holy Cross, Jacksonville, James Madison, La Salle, Lehigh, Louisville, Navy, Old Dominion, Penn, Richmond, Rutgers, Temple and UMBC. The North squad consists of student-athletes from Albany, Binghamton, Boston University, Canisius, Columbia, Fairfield, George Washington, Loyola (Md.), Massachusetts, Monmouth, Notre Dame, Penn State, Princeton, Stony Brook and Towson.
Danielle Etrasco Boston University A Rachel Burek Albany A Janine Hillier Stony Brook A Cori Murray Massachusetts A Jenny Granger Notre Dame A Joanna Dalton Loyola A Morgan Leonard Canisius M Chloe Mangan Fairfield M Demmianne Cook Stony Brook M Katherine Hunsberger Binghamton M Lindsey Morgan Canisius M Charlotte Davis Princeton M Kelly Buechel Columbia D Gianna D'Urso Monmouth D Colleen Shea Penn State D Caroline Rehfuss Princeton D Ashley Moulton Loyola D Alexa Demski Towson D Ellie Hilling Notre Dame GK Jess Hicks George Washington GK
Makenzie Hommel Duke A Casey Ancarrow James Madison A Dina Jackson Georgetown A Sam Stevenson Richmond A Katie Oliverio Louisville A Jasmine DePompeo Navy A Stephany Parcell Temple A Julie McBrien Lehigh M Maddie Poplawski Pennsylvania M Zaynib Hamze Detroit Mercy M Maddie Carrellas Holy Cross M Melanie Sarcinello La Salle M Charlotte Swavola Temple M Jamie Fahey UMBC D Brijet Mall Navy D Alex Burns Old Dominion D Tara Coyle Richmond D Rachel Hannon Jacksonville GK Kim Kolarik Virginia GK Lily Kalata Rutgers GK
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