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5 - Alicia Krause
Alicia Krause
Height: 5-1
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Ellicott City, Md.
High School: Mt. Hebron/Duquesne
Position: M

2011: Selected to the America East All-Conference First Team and IWLCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region Second Team… Ranked second on the Retrievers with 35 goals, 15 assists and 50 points, all career highs… Also led UMBC with 29 ground balls, 32 draw controls and 20 caused turnovers, also all career bests… One of four Retrievers to start all 18 games… Ranked seventh in the America East in points per game (2.78), ninth in assists per contest (0.83) and 10th in goals per game (1.94)… Posted even better numbers against conference opponents, ranking sixth in the league in goals (2.5), assists (1.0) and points (3.5) per outing… Scored at least one point in the first 16 contests of the season… Posted a team-best 14 multi-point performances, including 10 multi-goal efforts and six hat tricks… Opened the season with four straight multi-goal games, including four goals and an assist, to go along with three ground balls, three draw controls and a caused turnover in the season opener against George Mason… Posted a career-high six points on two goals – including the game-winner – and a career-best four assists against American… Named America East Player of the Week and Synapse Sports Offensive Player of the Week for the week ending April 10 after leading UMBC to a pair of America East victories with 11 points on nine goals and two assists, as well as five draw controls, four ground balls and three caused turnovers against Stony Brook and Vermont… Had a hand in the Retrievers’ first six goals in a 10-8 win over the Seawolves, and her final two tallies each tied the game as UMBC rallied from an early three-goal deficit… Finished with a career-high five goals and six points in the contest… Followed that up with four goals and five points – all in the first half – in a 14-13 win over the Catamounts… Scored four times in the first 16:06 of action, including three straight, as the Retrievers opened a 7-2 lead… Her assist at the end of the first half was her 100th career point… Matched her career high with four ground balls and caused a career-best five turnovers to go along with three goals against Johns Hopkins… The five caused turnovers were the most by a Retriever on the year, while the four ground balls matched the team’s season high… Also notched hat tricks against Manhattan and New Hampshire and was named America East Player of the Game against the Wildcats, Seawolves, Catamounts and Blue Jays… Won a career-best four draw controls in UMBC’s America East semifinals victory over defending championBoston University, matching the most by a Retriever on the season… Named team MVP at UMBC’s varsity awards banquet.

 

2010: Saw action in 17 games and made 16 starts in her inaugural campaign at UMBC… Ranked third on the team with nine assists, fourth with 18 draw controls and fifth with 24 goals and 33 points… Also added 17 ground balls and nine caused turnovers… Ranked fourth in the America East with 13 free-position goals… Recorded six assists against league opponents, tying for ninth in the conference with 1.0 per game… Also led the league with six free-position goals against America East foes… Opened the season on an 11-game scoring streak and tallied a point in 15 of 17 overall with a goal in 14 contests… Posted nine multi-goal efforts and 12 multi-point performances… Notched her only hat trick of the year in the season opener at Jacksonville… Tallied the game-winner against Delaware… Scored one goal, collected five ground balls and caused two turnovers in two games at the America East Championships… Her lone goal followed an interception, and she drove the length of the field for the score against top-seeded Albany… Recognized on the America East Honor Roll.

 

AT DUQUESNE (2009): Played in all 17 games and made five starts… Ranked fourth on the team with 24 points on 20 goals and four assists as a freshman… Picked up 12 ground balls, won three draw controls and caused seven turnovers… Notched hat tricks against Denver, Detroit-Mercy and 13th-ranked Ohio State… Also collected four ground balls against the Pioneers.

 

BACKGROUND: Earned Second-Team All-Met honors from the Washington Post as a sophomore and junior… Also tabbed an Under Armour All-American as a junior, when she scored 47 goals and led the Vikings with 43 assists… Earned First-Team All-County from The Baltimore Sun as a junior… Missed her senior season at Mt. Hebron with an ACL injury… Tallied 38 goals, 26 assists, 28 ground balls and 13 draw controls as a sophomore… Helped lead the Vikings to the state championship in 2006 and 2007, as well as a No. 1 ranking in the nation… Scored three goals in the 2007 state title game… Also lettered in basketball at Mt. Hebron, which won the state title in 2007-08… Daughter of Cindy and David Krause… Has three older sisters, Nicki, Angie and Cassie, and an older brother, Dustin… Nicki played soccer at UMBC, while Cassie played lacrosse at Towson… Born May 28, 1990… Majoring in history while pursuing a minor in education… Hopes to become an elementary school teacher.

 
 

 Year

 GP/GS

 G

 A

 Pts.

 SH

 Pct.

 GW

 FPG-FPS

 GB

 DC

 TO

 CT

2009 (at Duquesne)

17/5

20

4

24

47

.426

1

2-11

12

3

26

7

2010

17/16

24

9

33

65

.369

1

13-30

17

18

17

9

2011

18/18

35

15

50

83

.422

1

7-17

29

32

23

20

2012

17/16

31

8

50

88

.352

1

7-19

26

8

19

10

Career

69/55

110

36

157

283

.389

4

29-77

84

61

85

46


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