2010 All-State Player of the Year
2010 First-Team All-State
2010 Second-Team NSCAA Scholar All-American
2010 ODAC Player of the Year
2010 First-Team All-ODAC
2010 First-Team All-South Atlantic Region
2009 Division III All-Tournament Team
2009 First-Team All-State
2009 First-Team All-Region
2009 First-Team All-ODAC
2008 Co-All-State Player of the Year
2008 First-Team All-ODAC
2008 First-Team All-State
2008 First-Team All-Region
2007 ODAC Rookie of the Year
2007 All-State Rookie of the year
2007 Lynchburg College Female Rookie of the Year
2007 First-team All-ODAC
2007 First Team All-State
2007 First Team All-Region
2007 All-ODAC Tournament team
Senior: Will go down as one of the best players in LC women’s soccer history…Started all 23 games in her senior season…Finished first in the ODAC in points (47) and assists (17), while finishing second in goals scored (15)…Second in the ODAC with four game winning goals.
Junior: Has had a stellar three years at Lynchburg College thus far ... named to the All-ODAC first team for the third straight year as well as being named to the All DIII NCAA tournament team ... played in all 25 games this season with 21 starts ... netted six goals and garnered eight assists ...had a total of 20 points as well as an overtime game winning goal against William Smith ... also tacked on two other game winning goals against Sweet Briar College and Washington and Lee University.
Sophomore: Led the team in total points (54) and assists (18) . . .scored five game-winning goals . . . led the conference in assists and points and tied for second in goal.
Freshman: Exploded on the scene as a freshman, leading the team with 22 goals (seven game winners) and 10 assists for 54 points . . . netted the game winner in the NCAA Tournament to defeat Roanoke 1-0 and send the Hornets into the Sweet 16 . . . notched a career-high four goals against Bridgewater, also booking hat-tricks against Randolph and Hollins . . . had a stretch where she scored a goal in six straight and eight of nine games.
Before LC: A three-year starter at Stonewall Jackson High School . . . scored 22 goals and 13 assists in her senior campaign . . . named District Player of the Year in both the 2005 and 2006 seasons.
Personal: The daughter of Hap and Karen Kwiatkowski.