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  Estienne Coetzee

Estienne  Coetzee

Player Profile


Bloemfontein, South Africa

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2008: Named Second Team All-Mid-American Conference for a fourth-straight year and Academic All-MAC for a third-consecutive year ... Landed on the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad for a fourth-straight year, as well ... Played in 21 games, starting 20 ... Scored four goals, tying for fourth on the team, and tallied a career-high four assists, which tied for third on the squad, for 12 points on the season ... Fired 19 shots, with 12 landing on goal for a .632 shots on goal percentage ... Took a season-high four shots twice, Aug. 30 versus Georgetown and Sept. 13 against Indiana.

2007: Named to the All-MAC Second Team ... Played in all 23 games of the season ... Scored ten goals and totaled 21 points ... Made 23 shots, including 19 on goal ... Scored three game-winners and finished with an 82.6 shot on goal percentage ... Scored her sixth goal of the season against Central Michigan (10/5) at home ... Scored two goals in the first half against Kent State in a 5-3 home win ... Selected to the Academic All-MAC Team ... Named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I National Academic Squad.

2006: An All-MAC Second Team selection ... Named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I National Academic Squad ... Earned a spot on the Academic All-MAC team ... Tied for sixth in the MAC in goals (9) ... Second on the team in goals (9) and points (18) ... Named MAC Offensive Player of the Week (9/25) after scoring two goals and having a 1.00 shot on goal percentage during the previous week ... Scored the game-winning goal vs. Miami (9/23) and also against Missouri State (9/30) ... Recorded two shots in the MAC Championship game (11/4) ... Named to the 2006 MAC Championship All-Tournament Team ... Recorded a shot on goal at No. 12 California during the NCAA Play-in game.

2005: A Second-Team All-MAC selection ... Made 19 starts as a true freshman ... Second on the team in goals (8) and points (17) ... Scored both Ohio goals in season-opening loss at Northeastern (8/27), her first collegiate game ... Scored the eventual game-winner in first win of the season at Providence (8/28) ... Scored on her only shot of the day versus Albany (9/11) ... Tallied Ohio's third goal in a 5-1 win at Ball State (9/23) ... Credited with a pair of goals at Miami (9/24) ... Notched a goal and an assist vs. Ball State (10/14) ... Named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I National Academic Squad.

HIGH SCHOOL: A member of the Oranje School for Girls provincial championship team in 2002 ... Also won the U-18 national championship in 2003 as a member of Southern Free State ... Earned Most Promising Player honors at under-14 and under-16 national tournaments ... Shared the Oranje School for Girls' Field Hockey Player of the Year award with her sister.

PERSONAL: Born July 30, 1986 ... Daughter of Annerine and Etienne Coetzee ... Twin sister of Ohio forward Rachelle Coetzee ... An accounting and MIS major.