UNC Field Hockey Bio

Communication studies major ... First player in UNC history to be named first-team All-America all four years ... Ranks third in assists (48) and points (185) and is tied for fourth in goals (68) on UNC's career lists ... Graduate of the Baddour Leadership Academy Veteran Leaders program

2012: As a senior, started all 25 games ... Served as team co-captain ... Led UNC in assists with 23 and ranked third in goals with 15 ... Second on the team in points with 53 ... Named All-America, All-ACC, All-South Region and All-ACC Tournament ... Played in all 97 games during her career and now shares the school record for most games played ... Named ACC Player of the Week on Sept. 25 ... Recipient for the fourth time of the team's Keller Award for Open-Play Assists ... Also honored with the team's Laree Beans Practice Player of the Year Award ... Preseason All-ACC for the third year in a row ... Head coach at Smith Middle School ... Spent the spring 2012 semester training with the U.S. National Team in California

2011: As a junior, named ACC Offensive Player of the Year … First-team All-America for the third year in a row …  Named All-ACC and All-ACC Tournament … Led UNC in goals (23) and points (55) … Her 23 goals set a new team-high for goals by a junior … Shared team MVP honors and won the Keller Award for Open-Play Assists … Scored two goals, including the gamewinner, as UNC came back to beat UConn in the NCAA semifinal

2010: As a sophomore, started all 25 games ... First-team All-America selection for the second year in a row ... Named South Region Player of the Year ... Also named All-ACC, All-ACC Tournament and All-NCAA Tournament ... ACC Player of the Week on Oct. 19 ... Led UNC with 15 goals and 38 points ... Also had eight assists and was the recipient of the team's Keller Award for Open-Play Assists

2009: As a freshman, started all 22 games and earned ACC Freshman of the Year honors ... Became the first UNC freshman to earn first-team All-America honors and was the only freshman named to the first team in 2009 ... Also named All-South Region and All-ACC ... Named National Rookie of the Year by Womensfieldhockey.com ... Scored 15 goals, third on the team, and added eight assists for 38 points ... Scored the gamewinner in the 66th minute of the Oct. 11 game at Duke

Before UNC: At Wyoming Seminary, a three-time All-America and all-region selection ... Honored as the National High School Coaches Association Senior Athlete of the Year for field hockey ... Four-year all-state and all-conference pick ... Helped her team to state titles in her sophomore and senior years, serving as team captain as a senior ... Team MVP and her school's 2009 Outstanding Athlete of the Year ... Player of the Tournament at the 2006 Keystone State Games ... Also lettered four years in swimming and was a state finalist in the 50-meter freestyle ... Four-year letterwinner and All-Scholastic pick in soccer ... Led the Wyoming Valley Conference with 30 goals in 2008 ... Also participated in softball, track and gymnastics ... Studied ballet for 11 years

National/International: Member of the U.S. National Team and the U.S. Under-21 Team … Played in four-nations tournaments in Spain and New Zealand with the national team … Earned her first cap with the National Team in 2010 ... Member of the U.S. National Team Developmental Squad ... Member of the U.S. Under-21 Team since 2007 ... Helped the U.S. team to a gold medal at the 2008 Junior Pan American Games ... Also represented the U.S. at the 2009 Junior World Cup ... Has traveled to Australia (2009) and Argentina (2008) with the Under-21 team ... Member of the U.S. Under-16 Team 2003-05 ... Player of the Tournament at the 2007 Canadian American Games

More on Kolojejchick: Born Oct. 2, 1991, in Kingston, Pa. ... Daughter of James and Doreen Kolojejchick ... Has one brother, Matt, who played football for UNC

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