Naperville North Girls Soccer: Huskie News: Former NNHS Grads in the News * 12/31/07 *

Former NNHS Grads in the News * 12/31/07 *


Below is news about former NNHS graduates who are playing in college.  Congratulations on your continued success!

 

  2007 – Rebecca Foulk (2006 Grad) Indiana Wesleyan University        

         Sarah Foulk (2007 Grad)    Indiana Wesleyan University 

·         NCCAA National Champions (National Christian College Athletic Association) 

2007 – Kendall Loggins (2007 grad) University of Cincinnati 

·         Newcomer of the year

·         10/8/07 – Big East Rookie of the Week 

2007 – Alex Arasmith (2003 Grad) – Clarke College

·         MCC first-team All-Conference selection

·         Second on the team in points (17), goals (6), assists (5), and shots (44)…

·         Career third all-time at Clarke in goals (28) and fourth in points (70) as well as shots attempted (174). 

2007 – Katie Anderson (2007 grad) – Drake University

·         MVC All Freshmen team 

2006 – Alex Arasmith (2003 Grad) – Clarke College ·        

Co-recipient of the squad's Most Valuable Player Award

·         Association of D3 Independents Honorable Mention All-Independent Team

·         Ranked second in points with 11...led the team in game-winning goals

·         Ranked second in shots (38) and shots on goal (22).

2006 - Aileen Guiney - (1998 NNHS Grad)
(Accomplishments listed towards bottom of page)
University of Michigan women’s assistant coach (since 2005)
  

2005 – Jen Dyer (2003 NNHS Grad) - DePaul

·         (2006) Big East “Seasons Best” list (3rd)  with 3 assists vs. Southeast Missouri State

 ·          (2005) Big East Academic All-American

·          (2004) Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team  

2005 - Michaela Pawelwicz (2003 NNHS Grad) - LeHigh University

  • Named second team All-Patriot League as a freshman
  • 10/25/05 Sophomore defender Michaela Pawlewicz was recognized as the league’s Defensive Player of the Week for the second week in a row on Tuesday
 2005 – Alex Arasmith (2003 NNHS Graduate) – Clarke College
  • (2005) NIIC All Conference
  • (2004) Clarkes Freshmen Female Athlete of the Year
  • (2004) Top Newcomer Award
 2005 - Lyndsey Mica (2003 NNHS Grad) - Aurora Univeristy
  • All-Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference Selections
  • (NIIC Women's Soccer Newcomer of the Year)

 2005 – Linsday Kowaleski (2003 NNHS Grad) - UW Platteville ·        

Two UW-Platteville sophomore women's soccer players, who led the Pioneers to their first winning season in school history, earned all-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first team honors

 Defender Lindsay Kowaleski (Naperville, Ill./North) was honored by the league. Anchored the defense and also scored perhaps the program's biggest goal in 10 years. She blasted a direct kick in from 36 yards out to give the Pioneers a 1-0 win over UW-River Falls, the first Pioneer win ever over the Falcons. Kowaleski scored four goals overall..  

2005 – Rachael Sauerman (2001 NNHS Grad) - Hope

  • Most Valuable Defensive Player - Rachael Sauerman (junior from Naperville, Ill./Naperville North HS)
  • One of three players from Hope's MIAA co-champion women's soccer team presented with all-region Division III honors by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. The Great Lakes region consists of NCAA Division III colleges in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania.
  • Junior defender Rachael Sauerman of Naperville, Ill. (Naperville North HS) was named to the first team
  • All-MIAA Women's Soccer Honoree 2004 and 2005
 2005 HONORS

MIAA Player of the Week (Week 2)

 First Team MIAA

First Team All-Region

 Team Defensive MVP  

2003 – Aileen Guiney (1998 NNHS Grad) – Northwestern University  

(2003,2002,2001) Captain·        

(2003) 2nd team All Great Lakes Region

(2003) 1st team All Big Ten (2nd year)

(2003) 2nd team Soccer Buzz All Great Lakes Region 

(2002) 1st team All Big Ten (selected by conference coaches)

(2000) Wildcat Co-MVP of the midfield

2001 – Jessica Sasveld (2000 NNHS Grad) – Illinois Wesleyan University

·         Most Improved Player  

2005 – Kati Karottki (2005 NNHS Grad) – UMASS

·         Womens Rowing – Atlantic 10 Conference; Honor Roll  

 

2006 – Carla Fritz (1991 NNHS Grad) – DePauw University
 Career leader 3rd in points (123) 3rd in goals (44) 4th in Assists (35) 1st in shots (352)