Ellie Clawson - Sports Illustrated's Missing Face in the Crowd
Seniors End Career With Scholar All-American Award
Senior Hannah Kronick and Sophomore Ana Bengoechea Named to All-America Team
Kronick and Bengoechea All-Americans; Nagourney and Arthur All-Tournament Team
Jays Season Comes To A Close With 1-0 Loss
Women's soccer defeated Gettysburg for the 2011 Centennial Conference Crown.
Women's soccer versus Muhlenberg
The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team hosted the first and second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
First all-time in points (200)
First all-time in goals (82)
First all-time in assists (36)
2014: Finishes career as the all-time leader in both school and Centennial Conference history in goals (82) assists (36) and points (200) • named to NSCAA/Continental Tire NCAA Division III All-America first team • named Second Team All-American by D3Soccer.com • NSCAA Women’s College Division First Team All-American • Centennial Conference Player of the Year • first player in conference history to be named First Team All-Centennial Conference four times • First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • notched her conference record-breaking goal and school’s all-time assist in match against Washington College (9/20) • named Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week twice (9/15, 9/22) • tallied goal in 3-0 win over St. John Fisher (8/30) • scored goal against then-No. 8 Messiah (9/3) • notched two goals on the road at Roanoke College (9/7)• had second two-goal game one week later against then No. 10 TCNJ (9/13) • scored eighth goal of season in 3-0 win over Muhlenberg (9/27) • headed in game-winning goal off Alyssa Morgan corner kick in last 35 seconds against Swarthmore (10/2) • tallied goal and assisted on a Sydney Teng goal in 2-0 win over F&M (10/8) • assisted on two of team’s four goals in win over Ursinus (10/11) • tallied a goal in 5-0 win over Dickinson (10/22) • tallied a goal and assist in 5-0 win over Bryn Mawr (10/25)• tied the conference record for career assists (35) against Bryn Mawr (10/25) • broke the conference mark for career assists with one in win over McDaniel (10/28) • had consecutive scoring streak in nine games from 9/7 – 10/11 • tallied three goals in two Centennial Conference tournament games against Ursinus and Swarthmore • scored a goal in First & Second Round NCAA Tournament games against Farmingdale State and SUNY Geneseo • Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll member.
2013: Compiled numerous postseason accolades after an outstanding junior season • NSCAA First Team All-America • NSCAA First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • D3Soccer.com Forward of the Year • D3Soccer.com First Team All-America • Centennial Conference Player of the Year • ECAC DIII South Offensive Player of the Year • ECAC DIII South First Team All-Star • NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team • CoSIDa Academic All-America Third Team • CoSIDa Academic All-District First Team • became the all-time leader in Hopkins history in career goals (65) and points (159) • NSCAA Player of the Week (9/9, 9/17, 10/29) • Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week (9/8, 9/16, 10/21) • scored two goals including the game winner against #1 Messiah (9/4) • moved into second all-time in goals with a score vs. #5 Carnegie Mellon (9/8) • tallied two goals, including the game winner in overtime vs. Stevenson (9/11) • notched two assists and game-winning goal vs. Muhlenberg (9/21) • scored a goal against #13 TCNJ (10/9) • became the Hopkins all-time leading goal scorer with strike against Bryn Mawr (10/19) • became the Hopkins all-time leader in points with two assists against McDaniel (10/23) • tallied a goal and an assist in victory over Brooklyn in NCAA first round (11/16) • scored game winning goal in 2OT against York to advance to the NCAA Sweet 16 (11/17) • scored critical goal against #17 Williams in NCAA Sectional victory (11/23).
2012: NSCAA Third Team All-America • D3soccer.com Third Team All-America • ECAC Co-Offensive Player of the Year • ECAC All-Star Team • NSCAA First Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region • Centennial Conference Player of the Year • set Hopkins single-season record for goals (24) and points (57) • Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week (9/17, 10/8, 10/15) • set program record for career and single-season hat tricks (5) • tallied first career hat trick in 4-0 victory versus Rochester (NY) • tied a single-game Centennial Conference and team record with four goals against Washington College • notched third hat trick in seven games against St. Mary's (MD) • tallied three goals and an assist versus Ursinus • moved into third all-time in points in Hopkins history with a four-goal effort against Haverford • tallied goal and assist versus Bryn Mawr • had two goals and assist against McDaniel • registered goal and assist in conference semifinal versus Swarthmore • broke Hopkins single-season points record with goal and assist against Lancaster Bible • scored against Rowan in NCAA second round • tallied assist in NCAA Sweet Sixteen against Lynchburg.
2011: Burst onto the national scene as a freshman • named Second Team NSCAA All-Region, First Team ECAC All-South and First Team All-Centennial Conference • also earned Centennial Conference Player of the Week (10/10), Centennial Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/06, 9/26) and ECAC South Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/25) honors • set school record for consecutive games with a point, tallying at least one point in the first 16 games of her career • set school record for consecutive games with a goal (8) • started 21 games for the Blue Jays • tied for team lead and ranked 21st in the nation with 19 goals • led Centennial Conference in goals per game (0.90) • second on team with 10 assists and 48 points • led Centennial Conference with six game-winning goals (second in nation amongst freshmen) • tallied two goals and an assist in first collegiate game in 5-1 victory versus RPI • tallied the lone goal in 1-0 defeat of #11 TCNJ • notched a goal and two assists in NCAA second round defeat of Springfield.
High School: Team captain • tallied 42 goals and 37 assists throughout career • team compiled 66-14-6 record • all-state, all-conference and first team all-county as senior • also named NSCAA All-Region and Scholar All-American as senior • received all-state recognition and named all-conference and second team all-county as junior • helped squad to two conference titles and state sectional crown during junior year • team was ranked 11th in nation by ESPN Rise in 2009 • captain of FC Premier Blaze club team • also ran track.
Personal: Hannah M. Kronick • daughter of Andrew and Kathleen Kronick • father played soccer at Pitzer College • member of National Honor Society • NSCAA Academic All-American • volunteered for Homes of Hope • involved in Gesher L'Kesher Leadership Program • majoring in international studies with a minor in spanish.