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Paige Selenski

Forward
Position
5'8''
Height
Redshirt Senior
Class
Shavertown, Pa.
Hometown
Dallas
High School

2012
Named the 2012 Virginia Female Collegiate Athlete of the Year at the 67th Annual Portsmouth Sports Club Jamboree, the first collegiate athlete to twice earn the distinction
Longstreth/NFHCA Division I South Region Player of the Year, her second time winning the honor
Longstreth/NFHCA Division I First Team All-American
One of just 11 players in ACC history to earn All-American honors four times and joins Meridith Thorpe and Michelle Vizzuso as the only Virginia players to be a four-time All-American.
ACC Offensive Player of the Year
Just the second player in program history to earn the ACC Player of the Year award, joining Lori Mastropietro, who earned the honor in 1998
All-ACC
One of just nine players in the 30 year history of the ACC to be a four-time All-ACC selection
All-VaSID first team
VaSID Player of the Year, her third time being named the State Player of the Year
Co-winner of the Virginia Field Hockey Coaches[apos] Award for Excellence
Became Virginia and the ACC[apos]s all-time career points leader in the game at Duke
Scored the 100th goal of her career in the NCAA Tournament first round game against Iowa, just the 10th player in NCAA history to score 100 career goals
Finished her career with 238 career points, ranking eighth in the NCAA record book for career points
Her 100 career goals ranks second in the Virginia and ACC record books, one goal behind Meredith Thorpe[apos]s 101 career goals
Had seven game winners during the season. Her 28 career game-winning goals ranks second in the Cavalier record book
Her seven career hat tricks ranks third in the Cavalier record book
Her 90 career games is tied for most in program history
ACC Player of the Week (week ending Sept. 3)
Ranked among the top-five players in the nation in scoring, goals-per-game, and points per game
Led the ACC in seven different statistical categories
Had three hat tricks in her first eight games of the season
Seven career hat tricks is tied for third on the Cavalier career list
Scored four goals, with two assists, against Towson (Aug. 31), her second career four-goal game and giving her a career-high 10 points in the game
Other hat tricks came against Richmond (Aug. 29) and Miami (Ohio) (Sept. 14)
Had a goal or an assist in 11 of her first 12 games
Served as team co-captain with Elly Buckley and Michelle Vittese
Preseason All-ACC selection

Redshirted the 2011 season to compete with the U.S. National Team

National/International
Current member of the United States National Team
Competed at the 2012 London Olympics, playing in all six games, scoring a goal against Belgium
Won a gold medal at 2011 Pan American Games with the US National Team
Named to United States National Team in June 2010
Played on U.S. National Team[apos]s European Tour in summer 2010, earning her first international caps
Member of the 2009 United States Junior World Cup Team
Previous member of USA Field Hockey Development Team
Played on Mid-Atlantic high performance team in summer 2009 and 2010
Participated on the U.S. Under-21 squad in 2009 Youth Olympic Festival in Australia
Competed with U.S. Junior National Team at the 2008 Junior Pan American Games
in Mexico City
Four-time member of the Under-21 Team (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
Three-time member of the Under-16 Team (2004, 2005, 2006)
Participated in the 2007 USA Under-21 China Tour
Twice competed in the International Easter Tournament (2005, 2006)

2010

Honda Award semifinalist for the second straight year
NFHCA first team All-American
First team All-American by womensfieldhockey.com
An All-ACC honoree
Selected to the all-south region first team
Named to NCAA All-Tournament team
Led Virginia in scoring for the third consecutive season with 27 goals
Also contributed eight assists for 62 points
Eight game-winning goals tied for most among league players with Maryland[apos]s Katie O[apos]Donnell
Tallied fourth career hat trick in Virginia[apos]s 4-3 overtime loss to North Carolina in the NCAA semifinals (Nov. 16)
Recorded a career-best four goals in UVa[apos]s 5-2 win over Old Dominion (Sept. 5)
Notched eight multi-goal games
Scored the game-winner in overtime at Boston College (Sept. 24)
Named the National Player of the Week by womensfieldhockey.com (Sept. 6) and ACC Player of the Week (Sept. 7)
Selected to preseason All-ACC team

2009
Honda Award semifinalist
South Region Player of the Year
NFHCA first team All-American
First team All-American by womensfieldhockey.com
An All-ACC selection
Named to the all-south region first team
Selected to NCAA and ACC All-Tournament teams
Led UVa with a team-best 27 goals, which ranks third-most in single-season history
Also contributed eight assists for 62 points, a mark which also ranks third
Led the ACC with eight game-winning goals
First career hat trick came at Ohio (Sept. 13) in a 5-0 UVa victory
Posted second hat trick, along with two assists for a career-best eight points, at Longwood (Oct. 13)
Tallied seven multiple-goal games
Scored the game-winning goal that lifted UVa to a 3-2 overtime win against Michigan State (Nov. 15) and advance to the NCAA semifinals
Had a goal in Virginia[apos]s NCAA semifinal game against North Carolina (Nov. 20)
Selected as the ACC Player of the Week (Sept. 29)
Named to preseason all-conference squad

2008
ACC Freshman of the Year
Named the National Rookie of the Year by womensfieldhockey.com
NFCHA second team All-American
First team All-American by womensfieldhockey.com
An All-ACC selection
Selected to the all-south region first team
Led Virginia in points, goals, game-winning goals, shots and shots on goal
Tallied 19 goals, the most of any UVa freshman since 1996
Also recorded nine assists for 47 points
Had five multiple-goal games
Notched first career goal in her debut against William & Mary (Aug. 29)
Contributed two goals and three assists for seven points against Richmond (Oct. 1)
Two-time womensfieldhockey.com National Rookie of the Week (Sept. 29, Nov. 11)
Co-recipient of UVa[apos]s Craig Fielder Memorial Award for overcoming adversity

High School
Honored as a 2007 All-American
Named the 2007 Pennsylvania State Player of the Year
A 2005 Junior Olympian

Personal

Daughter of Brian and the late Judy Selenski
Two brothers: Brian and Greg
English major

Selenski[apos]s Career Statistics