Dana Sensenig

Dana Sensenig

Player Profile


Denver, Pa.

High School:




2005 (Junior): Started all 25 games in the Lady Monarchs' Final Four season....Named an All-American for the second straight season....Earned Second Team All-America honors from the National Field Hockey Coaches Association and Women's Field Hockey.com...Named to the All-South Region Team for the second consecutive season...CAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player...Named to the CAA All-Tournament Team...First Team All-CAA...Captured a team-best 53 points stemming from 19 goals and 15 assists... Ranked nationally among Division I student-athletes in the following categories: fourth in points (53), 10th points per game (2.12), eighth in goals (0.76), 17th goals per game (0.76), and fifth in total assists (15)...Ranked among CAA players in the following categories: First in points (53), second in points per game (2.12), second in goals (19), third in goals per game (0.76), second in assists (15), second in assists per game (0.60), and first in game-winning goals (5)...Led the Lady Monarchs with five-game winners (Richmond, Drexel, James Madison, Northeastern, & William & Mary) and collected a season-high five points in wins over Miami-Ohio (9/11), Towson (9/28), and North Carolina (10/29)....Also registered multiple scoring efforts in wins against Virginia (9/3) and Delaware (10/9)...A member of the penalty corner unit as the primary inserter, which saw 228 opportunities... Named to the National Field Hockey Coaches' Association National Academic Squad...

2004 (Sophomore): Started all 21 games in her second season at Old Dominion...Led the team in scoring with 15 goals, 13 assists, and 43 points... A member of US Field Hockey's Under-21 team...Third Team All-American...First Team All-CAA...First Team All-South Region...CAA All-Tournament Team...Two-time CAA Player of the Week ... Topped the CAA charts in assists per game (0.62)....Second in goals per game (0.71) and points per game (2.05) in the conference.... Nationally ranked 17th in points per game and 14th in assists per contest....Tallied three game-winners, which included conference rival Towson (10/8) and James Madison (10/22) along with an overtime goal against #4 Maryland (10/15)...Registered a season-high six points with two goals and two assists versus Princeton (10/31) in the regular season finale...Also produced five points against Towson (10/8) and Virgnia Commonwealth (10/22)...

2003 (Freshman): Made 19 appearances, all in the starting line-up, in her first season with the Lady Monarchs...Tallied 11 points on five goals and an assists as the team's eighth leading scorer...Picked up her first career assist in a 5-2 victory over Stanford (9/7)...Had a two-goal effort in the 8-2 upset victory over #8 Princeton (11/2) in the regular season finale...Was one of five goal scorers against Delaware (11/9) in the 5-0 CAA Championship game...Also tallied goals, including her first career tally, against CAA rival James Madison (9/27) and #4 Maryland (9/6)...Named to the CAA All-Tournament Team...One of 20 members named to the U.S. Under-21 squad... Earned National Field Hockey Coaches Association Academic All-American Squad honors...

Prior to Old Dominion: Three-sport athlete at Cocalico High School...Cocalico High School's Outstanding Athlete and Intelligencer Journal Female Athlete of the Year as a senior...Led her high school team to the Section Two Championship...Three-time Lancaster Lebanon First Team All-Star...League All-Star Offensive MVP and Pennsylvania All-State All-Star Team member as a senior...Also was a basketball and track and field standout...Scored over 1,000 points and was a two-time Lancaster Lebanon Section Two All-Star member in basketball...Was the 400 meter dash league champion in track her senior year...Cocalico Class of 2003 Valedictorian...Member of the National Honor Society...Named Who's Who Among American High School Student and High School Sports...

Personal: Born November 30, 1984...Daughter of Dr. Bruce and Denise Sensenig...Has two sisters, Kelly Jo (24), and Carrie (11), and one brother, Timothy (14)...Majoring in physical education.

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