Junior Kati Nearhouse, sophomore Kelsey Smither and freshmen Teisha King and Sarah Breen have all competed in Australia in January
Sarah Breen was named Virginia's Rookie of the Year
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
Old Dominion is in the NCAA Tournament for a record 30th time in 2012
2012: 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... Started in 18 games... Scored two goals on the season and added two assists... Tallied 6 points on 23 shots throughout the season... Scored the game-winning goal against Radford (9/9)... Also scored a goal in the 5-4 loss at No. 8 Virginia (9/2)... Selected to the 2012 Colonial Athletic Association Preseason Field Hockey Team ... Competed in the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) as part of U.S. Junior National team in January 2013.
2011: NFHCA Division I Second Team All-American... WomensFieldHockey.com Third Team All-American... Second Team All-CAA section... All-CAA Tournament Team selection... Named to the NFHCA All-South Region First Team... Second Team All-State selection... Started all 25 games and scored eight goals with five assists to go with 21 points on 30 shots... Netted the game-winning goal against Duke (11/13) in the NCAA Tournament second round to advance ODU to the Final Four...Scored the game-winning double-overtime goal at No. 6 Duke (9/18)...Tallied a goal in ODU's 5-2 win against No. 8 Penn State (8/26)...Selected to the 2011 Colonial Athletic Association Preseason Field Hockey Team...Named to the U21 USA Field Hockey National Team after performing well for the Mid-Atlantic squad at the Junior High Performance camp at the National Training Center in Virginia Beach.
2010: Named to the CAA All-Rookie Team...Saw action in 23 of ODU's 24 games...Scored her first career goal in win against Towson (10/3).
Prior to Old Dominion: Three-sport athlete at Greater Nanticoke Area High School...Named Honorable Mention All-State in field hockey...Also competed in soccer and track in high school...Won bronze at the National FH Futures Championships.
Personal: Born July 31, 1992...Daughter of Daniel and Colleen Nearhouse...Has an older brother, Daniel (25)...Favorite movie is Sweet Home Alabama...Goal in life is to win a National Championship at Old Dominion...Majoring in Human Services at ODU.
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