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2010-11 Women's Soccer
|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Clay HS|
At A Glance
Her 28 career assists is first all-time in FGCU history and she is also fourth in points (40).
As A Redshirt Senior (2012)
Game-By-Game Stats | Preseason A-Sun All-Conference teams | All-Conference Teams
Named preseason and regular season Defensive Player of the Year … Named to the All-Conference First Team … A-Sun All-Tournament team selection … College Soccer 360 Primetime Performer ... recorded a team-high and a conference-high, 10 assists which were good for second all-time in a single season at FGCU … recorded a season-high two assists twice, the first one coming in the season opener against Lynn (Aug. 17) and against Northern Kentucky (Sept. 30) …tallied back-to-back assist games against FIU (Aug. 31) and Tulsa (Sept. 7) … picked up an assist on the game-winning goal against Mercer on the final day of the regular season to claim its third straight regular season title … helped FGCU win back-to-back Atlantic Sun Tournament crowns in its first two seasons of eligibility.
As A Redshirt Junior (2011)
Game-By-Game Stats | A-Sun All-Conference teams
Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Conference second team … had a breakout junior season with 18 points on three goals and a school-record 12 assists ... was awarded the A-Sun Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 10 … her 12 assists was tied for 10th in the nation and first in the A-Sun … started all 21 games, playing 17 complete games on defense … her 18 points were sixth in the A-Sun … had two game-winning goals … had the eventual game-winning goal in the first game of the season against Eastern Washington (Aug. 19) … had four games with multiple assists, including two three-assist games against UNF (Sept. 23) and USC Upstate (Oct. 14) … part of a backline that limited conference opponents to just one goal, highlighted by a team-record 12 shutouts added goals against Kennesaw State (Oct. 9) and USC Upstate (Oct. 14) … had the game-winning assist against Mercer (Oct. 7) … earned 12 points against conference foes on two goals and eight assists … was a part of FGCU’s first A-Sun Tournament championship and won back-to-back A-Sun regular season titles.
As A Redshirt Sophomore(2010)
Played in 15 games, starting 13 in the midfield … missed two games due to injury … had eight points off two goals and four assists, good for fifth on the team … had two-game-winning goals … had a season-high three shots at Jacksonville (Sept. 17) … scored the game-winner in a 2-1 victory at UNF (Sept. 19) … followed with an assist at Campbell (Sept. 25) and against Mercer (Oct. 1) … tallied the game-winning goal against Belmont (Oct. 15) … ended the season with back-to-back games with an assist against Lipscomb (Oct. 17) and Stetson (Oct. 23) … helped FGCU to its first A-Sun regular season title.
As A Redshirt Freshman (2009)
Played in all 19 contests, earning two starting nods … started against UT-Martin (Sept. 4) and played 28 minutes … played a season high 58 minutes against Mississippi State (Sept. 20) … part of a backline that shutout nine opponents, including three in conference play … dished out an assist in the 1-0 victory at Kennesaw State (Sept. 27) … also had a helper in the 1-1 tie against Jacksonville (Oct. 9) … earned a starting spot at Lipscomb (Oct. 18) … had a season-high three shots on goal at Belmont (Oct. 16) … tallied a goal against in the season finale against USC Upstate (Oct. 25) … earned A-Sun All-Academic honors.
As A Freshman (2008)
Utilized medical redshirt.
2008 graduate of Clay High School… led Clay High School to a 15-1-3 record and a Northwest Ohio High School Soccer League Division I title in 2007… in four years, scored 61 career goals and had 57 career assist which was good for 14th in Ohio… in her final year, she scored 17 goals with 16 assists to lead Ohio Division I.
Born July 22, 1990 … daughter of Don and Melinda Ciesielczyk …has a brother, Eric (22) … credits her grandparents in her soccer success … majoring in marketing.