Kelsey Smither and Christy Longacre talk about spring practice and community service
Sarah Breen was named Virginia's Rookie of the Year
Old Dominion advanced to their record 30th NCAA Tournament in 2012 and advanced to the quarterfinals
Longacre and Nearhouse Named Second Team All-America while Breen was named to All-Rookie Team
Breen, Longacre, Nearhouse and Smither were honored on Tuesday
2012: CAA Defensive Player of the Year... NFHCA Division I Second Team All-American... WomensFieldHockey.com Second Team All-American... Named to the NFHCA All-South Region First Team... First Team All-State selection... First Team All-CAA selection... Named CAA Player of the Week (10/9)... Started in all 21 games... Third on the team with 10 goals... Also tacked on four assists throughout the season... Accounted for 24 points on 44 shots... Tied for second on the team and in the CAA with three defensive saves... Scored two goals in the 7-2 win over Hofstra (9/21)... Racked up three assists and a goal in the 11-0 win over Towson (10/5)... Recorded a goal and an assist in the 4-2 win over Drexel (10/7)... team co-captain.
2011: All-CAA Tournament selection...Started in 21 games and scored six goals with three assists and 15 points on 53 shots... Scored the game-winning goal in ODU's 3-1 victory at No. 1 UNC (Sept. 16)...Tallied her first career goal in ODU's 4-1 win over No. 3 Virginia (Sept. 4)...Member of the Mid-Atlantic team at the Junior Women's National Championships for the second consecutive year...Invited to the Junior National Camp at ODU.
2010: Started all 24 games... Named to the 2010 CAA Field Hockey Championship All-Tournament Team...Helped anchor ODU's backline that boasted seven shutouts and held five additional opponents to just one goal...Led ODU with three defensive saves on the year...Competed for the Mid-Atlantic team at the 2010 Junior Women's National Championships in June.
2009: Redshirted. Did not see action.
Prior to Old Dominion: Four-year letterwinner at Freedom High School...Holds the school record for most goals scored...Two-time Lehigh Valley Interscholastic All-Star Team...LVIA Most Valuable Player...Two-time Morning Call First Team ...Team Captain ..Team Most Valuable Player ...Also ran track and participated in softball and swimming...As a swimmer, set school records in the 50 and 100 free and 200 medley and free relays...Also a state gold medalist, three-time district gold medalist, and two-time state finalist ...Three-time First Team Express Times...Team Most Valuable Player ...Honor Roll student...
Personal: Born June 5, 1991...Daughter of Jeffrey and Tracey Longacre ...Has one sister, Brandy (23).
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