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Pien Dicke

Forward
Position
5'4''
Height
Freshman
Class
Den Haag, Netherlands
Hometown
High School

2017

  • Longstreth/NFHCA All-America First Team, just the third freshman in UVA history to be named to the first team
  • ACC Freshman of the Year
  • Longstreth/NFHCA All-South Region First Team
  • First Team All-ACC
  • ACC Field Hockey All-Tournament Team
  • VaSID All-State First Team
  • Ranked sixth in the nation in goals per game (1.05) and eighth in points per game (2.45), having ranked as high as No. 2 in goals per game (through the first six weeks of the season)
  • Ranked second in the ACC in goals and points per game
  • Tied the Virginia single-season record for hat tricks in a season with five
  • Finished her rookie season with 21 goals, including five game-winners, and seven assists
  • Was in the starting lineup for her collegiate debut in the season-opener against Fairfield (Aug. 25), scoring a hat trick in her first game
  • Followed up her debut by scoring a goal against Penn State (Aug. 27), finishing her opening weekend with eight points on four goals
  • Scored her second hat trick in the win over Michigan State (Sept. 10)
  • Logged her third hat trick a week later in the victory over Richmond (Sept. 17)
  • Added a fourth hat trick two games later against Pacific (Sept. 25)
  • Named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 25) for her efforts in the win over No. 8 BC, scoring two goals with an assist in the 3-0 victory
  • Had her fifth hat trick of the season against Drexel, tying the Virginia single-season mark for hat tricks in a single season set by Meridith Thorpe in 1996 (Oct. 8)
  • Named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week for the second time (Oct. 16) after scoring the game-tying goal at No. 7 Syracuse in a 2-1 comeback win over the Orange
  • Scored the game-winning goal in the contest at Louisville that clinched the ACC regular-season championship for UVA (Oct. 21)

High School/Club Hockey

  • Dutch Junior National Team at both the U16 and U18 levels
  • Won the 2015 Six Nations Championship with the U16 Team and the European Championship with the U18
  • Captain of the Dutch U18 Junior National Team
  • 2011 Dutch Individual Skills national champion
  • Her first ladies’ team won the Dutch National Championship in 2015 and 2016

Personal

  • Daughter of Robert and Lisette Dicke
  • Has two younger brothers, Teun and Guus, and a younger sister Jip
  • Sister, Jip, plays on the Dutch U16 Junior National Team
  • Also played tennis and competed at judo

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