(L-R): Phil DeTurk, John Holup, Joe Petcavitch, Elliot Karver, Buzzy Ciriello, George Klein, Ernie Ortiz, Ed Catino, Corky Devlin, Frank Morrisson, Jay Manning, Joe Holup. Center: Head Coach Bill Reinhart (with ball)
George Washington women's soccer alumna Kerry Dziczkaniec ('93) received the Glenn "Mooch" Myernick National Women's Assistant Coach of the Year award, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) announced last week.
Dziczkaniec, who was also named the NSCAA Southeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year, helped Virginia to a 24-1-1 record this season as the Cavaliers reached the NCAA Women's College Cup for the first time in 22 years. Virginia also set school records for wins in a season (24), goals (78) and shutouts (16) as it claimed the ACC regular-season title.
"Everyone associated with our program is very excited about Kerry D. being named the NSCAA's National Assistant Coach of the Year," Virginia Head Coach Steve Swanson said in a release at virginiasports.com. "Not only is she an outstanding coach, but she is an even better person who has earned the respect of all our players."
A 1993 graduate of GW, Dziczkaniec was a four-year member of the women's soccer team from 1989-92. A two-year team captain and starter in goal, she was named team MVP in 1991 when she posted a career-high six shutouts. Dziczkaniec currently ranks fourth on the Colonials' all-time shutouts list with 11 over her career. Following her time at GW she spent several seasons in the USISL W-League and led the Maryland Pride to a National Championship in 1996.
GW Men's Basketball Coach Mike Lonergan joined Brian Mitchell on Comcast SportsNet's SportsTalk Live on Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013.
Heading into its annual winter break training trip to Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico from Jan. 1-7, the George Washington women's swimming team has been ranked third in the Atlantic 10 by CollegeSwimming.com.
Sophomore Rob Craven has been named the GW Department of Athletics & Recreation's Community Service Student-Athlete of the Month for November.
"Over the past semester, Rob has taken the lead on the men's cross country in engaging in community service projects," said LifeSkills Coordinator Ted Costigan. "The nearly 50 hours that Rob has volunteered this semester has made a big impact as our student-athletes strive to Raise High in the community."