Katie O’Donnell Named National Player of the Year

Katie O’Donnell of the national champion Maryland field hockey team has been selected as the 2010 NFHCA Division I National Player of the Year. She was also named a nominee for the 2010 Honda Sports Award Tuesday. O’Donnell won the 2009 Honda Sports Award.

O’Donnell was also named National Player of the Year and Offensive MVP by womensfieldhockey.com.

O’Donnell led the nation in assists per game in 2010 with an average of 1.33 as well as in points per game with an average of 4.08. She is the only player in NCAA history to break the 100 career assist and the 300 career point marks. O’Donnell notched a goal and an assist in 17 of Maryland’s 24 games this season and had seven games in which she recorded three or more assists. She netted her seventh career hat trick in the NCAA Semifinal game versus Ohio State on November 19th and she is the only player to record hat tricks in two NCAA Semifinal games.

from umterps.com

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