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Hannah Kronick
Hannah  Kronick


Westfield, NJ

High School:




Ernie's Insights - The Missing Face in the Crowd

Ellie Clawson - Sports Illustrated's Missing Face in the Crowd


Kronick, Nagourney Named NSCAA Scholar All-Americans

Seniors End Career With Scholar All-American Award


Kronick, Bengoechea Named All-Americans

Senior Hannah Kronick and Sophomore Ana Bengoechea Named to All-America Team


Blue Jays Capture Postseason Awards

Kronick and Bengoechea All-Americans; Nagourney and Arthur All-Tournament Team


Hopkins Falls Short In National Semifinal

Jays Season Comes To A Close With 1-0 Loss


Women's Soccer vs Gettysburg

Women's soccer defeated Gettysburg for the 2011 Centennial Conference Crown.


Women's Soccer vs Muhlenberg

Women's soccer versus Muhlenberg


Women's Soccer NCAA Tournament First and Second Round

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 • 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 • Forward of the Year • 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 • 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.