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Zoey Atabek
Zoey  Atabek


Mount Laurel, NJ

High School:




Baris, Hillman and Kavanagh Named to Longstreth/NFHCA All-Region Squad

Hillman Earns First Team Honors; Baris and Kavanagh Earn Second Team Honors


Johns Hopkins Field Hockey Honored by NFHCA

Fourteen Blue Jays Named to NFHCA National Academic Squad


Gettysburg Defeats Johns Hopkins, 5-1

Kavanagh Scores For the Blue Jays in Season Finale


Johns Hopkins Shuts Out Bryn Mawr, 5-0

Five Blue Jays Score in the Win


Dickinson Tops Johns Hopkins, 6-1

Piscopo Scores for the Blue Jays

2014: Named First Team All-Centennial Conference and Second Team NFHCA All-South • played 15 games, started 13, and 911:38 minutes • posted 2.30 goals against averaged with a .809 save percentage and three shutouts • led league in save percentage and ranked third in saves (127) • played just over four minutes in reserve and made two saves to preserve shutout at Eastern Mennonite • made 13 saves in 60:19 of relief versus #9 TCNJ • made 13 saves and earned first shutout of the season in double overtime win over Washington College • named Centennial Conference and ECAC Mid-Atlantic Defensive Player of the Week (09-22) • posted a career-best 17 saves in loss to #2 Salisbury • stopped six shots in loss at Muhlenberg • made three saves without allowing a goal while playing the first half versus Swarthmore • posted 12 shots in loss at #6 Franklin & Marshall • made 16 saves in loss to #5 Ursinus • turned aside all 12 shots she faced in win over Haverford • made five saves in loss at Dickinson • earned the win over Bryn Mawr while playing the first half and not facing a shot • made five saves in win at McDaniel • turned aside all six shots in shutout at Gettysburg • made three saves in come-from-behind win over Washington College in Centennial Conference first round • posted 14 saves in CC semifinal loss at sixth-ranked Ursinus.

2013: Started all 17 games and played every minute in goal (1216:59) • finished with a 2.65 goals against averaged, a .789 save percentage and three shutouts • made fourth most saves in school single-season history (172) • led Centennial Conference in save percentage and saves, tied for second in shutouts • made first collegiate start at Washington & Lee and made four saves to earn first career shutout • made a then career-high 16 saves in shootout loss to Denison • stopped all four shots she faced in shutout of Eastern Mennonite • posted 14 saves in come-from-behind win at Washington College • made 13 saves in loss at Lebanon Valley • turned aside 12 shots in 2-1 win over Muhlenberg • made nine saves in loss at third-ranked Salisbury • stopped nine shots in win at Swarthmore • made 14 saves in loss to second-ranked Franklin & Marshall • made 15 saves in loss at Ursinus • stopped 12 shots in loss to ninth-ranked Mary Washington • made three saves in loss at Haverford • made 10 saves versus Dickinson • stopped eight shots in win at Bryn Mawr • posted 10 saves to earn third shutout versus McDaniel • made eight saves in loss to Gettysburg • turned away 11 shots in loss at #9 TCNJ.

2012: Played three games and 48:39 minutes in goal in rookie season, finishing with four saves and one goal allowed • made three saves without allowing a goal in 17:43 of relief against top-ranked TCNJ • came on in relief against number one Salisbury, playing 8:53 • played 22:03 in reserve against Bryn Mawr and stopped only shot faced.

Personal: Zoey M. Atabek • daughter of Umur and Diane Atabek • twin sister, Paris, rows crew at Penn State • captained team as a senior • also competed in the javelin for three years • helped track team to conference and sectional championships • played club field hockey for South Jersey Edge, leading team to U19 Outdoor National Championship • member of National Honor Society and German National Honor Society • volunteer with International Healthcare, traveling to Ghana on a medical mission • distributed school supplies to children in an orphanage in Ghana • majoring in public health with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.