College Notebook

College Notebook: UNC's Kolojejchick an All-American again

From News ReleasesNovember 21, 2012 

Senior midfielder Kelsey Kolojejchick became the first North Carolina field hockey player to earn first-team All-America honors four times when the NFHCA Division I All-America teams were announced Tuesday. Kolojejchick was joined on the first team by Caitlin Van Sickle and sophomore Charlotte Craddock. Tar Heels freshman Emily Wold was named to the third team.

Kolojejchick finished her career ranked third in school history in points and assists and fourth in goals. Van Sickle is the school’s fifth player to earn first-team honors on three occasions.

Duke: Junior defender Paula Heimbach earned NFHCA All-America third-team honors. She started all 18 games this season.


Saint Augustine’s: Guard Porscha Walton was CIAA women’s rookie of the week and Lonnie Blow Jr. was chosen men’s coach of the week.

Shaw: The women’s team is sixth in the USA Today/ESPN poll after getting one first-place vote.

Wake Tech: The men’s and women’s teams suffered losses Tuesday. The Eagles fell 61-46 to Clinton (S.C.) Junior College. The men dropped a 99-91 decision at Sandhills Community College.


Duke: Senior Julian Suri fired a final-round 74 to finish 22nd at the Western Refining College All-America Golf Classic with a 1-over total.

North Carolina: Men’s coach Andrew Sapp announced the signings of Davis Bateman, Henry Do and Zachary Martin for the 2013-14 season.

Swimming & Diving

East Carolina: Senior Holly Berenotto captured the women’s 200-yard freestyle at the 27th Janis Hape Dowd Nike Cup Swimming and Diving Championships in Chapel Hill.


Duke: Men’s coach Ramsey Smith announced the addition of TJ Pura for the 2013-14 season. Pura is ranked 20th by

Cross Country

Duke: Sophomore Kelsey Lakowske and senior Juliet Bottorff garnered All-America accolades.


Durham Sports Club: The Durham Sports Club will meet at noon Wednesday at Croasdaile Country Club. The guest speaker will be Lewis Bowling, who has written books with topics ranging from Wallace Wade to Duke basketball.

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