Van de Loo Nets Two Goals in Sunday Finale
Hopkins Converges with No. 5 Lynchburg in Grantham, PA
Blue Jays Advance to Fifth Consecutive Sweet 16
Hannah Kronick Breaks Hopkins Single-Season Points Record
Hopkins is 18-3 All-Time in the Conference Tournament
The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team hosted the first and second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
2012: Started in 20 games from the wing third in the Centennial Conference in goals (10) and points (23) Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week (10/1) broke program record for goals in a single NCAA tournament (4) tallied goal and assist in victory versus Rochester (NY) scored two goals in 2-0 victory against Swarthmore had one assist versus Ursinus notched two goals and an assist against Bryn Mawr scored sixth goal of season against McDaniel tallied first career hat trick in NCAA first round win against Lancaster Bible scored in NCAA second round victory against Rowan.
2011: Played in 20 games, starting seven recorded five goals and two assists scored first career goal in 5-1 victory versus RPI tallied a goal in NCAA first round victory versus Eastern Connecticut.
High School: All-Monroe County First Team selection as senior New York Scholar Athlete as junior and senior team advanced to state finals sophomore year member of National Honor Society also lettered in lacrosse.
Personal: Sydney M. Teng born February 2, 1993 daughter of Ray and Kim Teng grandfather, Ronald McKinney, played football for Alabama majoring in international studies.