Record-Setting Kronick Earns CC Player of the Week Honors
Oct. 8, 2012
LANCASTER, PA - Sophomore Hannah Kronick has been named Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season after notching a first half hat trick against Ursinus. This is the fifth career conference player of the week honor for Kronick.
Kronick gave the Blue Jays a two-goal advantage in the 26th minute against Ursinus, and scored again less than two minutes later in the 28th minute. After tallying an assist on Hopkins' fourth goal, the sophomore capped off her hat trick in the 41st minute with a nifty chip over goalkeeper Kara DiJoseph.
Kronick's fourth hat trick of the season broke a 14-year-old a program record for career and single-season hat tricks, which had previously been held by Sarah Parola (1998).
The Westfield, NJ native currently leads the Conference by a wide margin with 14 goals and 31 points. Additionally, Kronick ranks fourth in program history in goals (33) and points (79) through just 33 career games. She averages 2.4 points-per-game.
The No. 17 Johns Hopkins women's soccer team (9-2-1) returns to action at Homewood Field Wednesday night for an important test against No. 23 TCNJ.
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