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Three Hopkins Women's Soccer Players Honored With Academic All-District Recognition

Sophomore defender Adrienne Johnson was one of three Blue Jays named to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District Team
Oct. 30, 2014

BALTIMORE, MD - Johns Hopkins women's soccer players Adrienne Johnson, Hannah Kronick and Emily Nagourney were each selected to the CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District II Women's Soccer Team, as announced today. With these selections, they are the 27th, 28th and 29th Academic All-District Selections under head coach Leo Weil. Johns Hopkins is the only school in the Centennial Conference to have a player selected.

The District II region includes Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, Rhode Island and West Virginia. To be nominated for the CoSIDA Academic All-America program, a student-athlete must be at least a sophomore with a 3.30 or higher cumulative grade point average and be a starter or significant reserve. Johnson, Kronick and Nagourney will move on to the CoSIDA Academic All-America ballot with the national team slated to be announced on Friday, November 21.

Johnson earns Academic All-District honors for the first time in her career. The sophomore from Middletown, DE, has been a stalwart in the backline of the Hopkins defense since arriving on campus a year ago. She anchors a defense that allows just .47 goals per game, and has allowed just two goals in conference play this season. In her first two seasons, Johnson has started 39 of the 40 games she's played in, and has tallied one goal and two assists. Last season, as a freshman, she was named Second Team All-Centennial Conference. Johnson is one of just nine sophomore selections in the eight districts from around the country.

Johnson also excels off the field, sporting a 3.65 cumulative GPA as a biology major. She is a founding member of the Hop And-1 program, which works directly with the men's basketball team at Digital Harbor High School in Baltimore City, teaching SAT/ACT test taking skills in addition to helping with their homework. She is also a research assistant in the Laboratory of Auditory Neurophysiology in the Biomedical Engineering department at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine



Kronick earns Academic All-District honors for the second straight season. The 2013 Academic All-American will finish her career as the leading scorer in both Johns Hopkins and Centennial Conference history. Kronick leads the conference this season in goals (12) and points (31) and is tied for second in assists (7). For her career, she holds conference and school records with 77 goals, 36 assists and 190 points. Since arriving on campus in 2011, she has been a two-time All-American, two-time Centennial Conference Player of the Year, and Forward of the Year.

Off the field Kronick is a Dean's List student majoring in international studies with a 3.47 cumulative GPA. In 2014 she was a Partnership Marketing Intern with Major League Soccer. During this experience she worked closely with marketing managers, in the global sponsorship group on both the partnership marketing and business development teams. Kronick also played a key role in assisting in the management of sponsor relationships between properties such as MLS and the U.S. Soccer Federation and various corporate partners. Additionally the New Jersey native has spent her college years volunteering with the Kickin' It With College Kids, an annual event run by the Hopkins women's soccer team that is designed to bring the opportunity of playing soccer to children with mental or physical disabilities.

Nagourney, a two-time team captain, can now add two-time Academic All-District selection to her résumé. A senior from Scotch Plains, New Jersey has been a three-year starter in the backline of the Hopkins defense. This season she anchors a group that allows .47 goals per game, including just two throughout conference play. Nagourney has tallied three goals and added two assists in her career. After being Honorable Mention All-Centennial Conference as a sophomore, she garnered First Team All-Conference in her junior season. In addition to her on-field accolades, Nagourney was named an NSCAA Scholar All-American.

Away from the pitch Nagourney has been a Dean's List student, carrying a 3.41 cumulative GPA as she majors in natural science with a concentration in biology. In the summer of 2013, Nagourney was a research assistant at the USC Keck School of Medicine, working in a lab studying the TK1 and TK2 expression and activity. For the past three school years she has worked in the Laboratory of Auditory Neurophysiology in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Nagourney has also traveled internationally with Global Medical Brigades, a Johns Hopkins group that traveled to Panama supporting physicians, dentists and pharmacists in providing care to the community.

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