As a Junior in 2010
One of six Pirates to start all 19 games ... Became the fifth player in school history to lead the team in goals, assists and points in the same season ... Established career-highs in goals (7) and points (20), while tying career-high in assists (6) ... Earned Third-Team All C-USA honors after ranking among the league leaders in points and points per game (t-7th), goals and goals per game (ninth), assists and assists per game (t-10th) ... Closed out season ranked in the school's career top-five in points (50/third) and assists (16/fourth) ... Netted seventh career game-winning strike against Rice (10/17) on a put back in the 52nd minute ... Scored four goals and dished out three assists in league play ... Tallied three points (goal and assist) in a pair of games against William & Mary (9/19) and Southern Miss (9/26) ... Credited with four game-winning assists: Niagara (9/6), N.C. State (9/10), William & Mary (9/19), Southern Miss (9/26) ... Eighteen of 32 shots were on goal (56.2 percent) ... Led the squad with 31 corner kicks ... Converted on lone penalty kick against Francis Marion (8/22), which was the games first goal ... Picked up First-Team All C-USA Academic honors and named Second-Team NSCAA Scholar All-South Region ... Named to Conference Commissioner's USA Honor Roll ... Named to ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll both semesters.
As a Sophomore in 2009
One of four players to start all 19 games ... Led the team in points (16) and game-winning goals (3) ... Ranked second on the team in goals (6) and third in assists (4), shots (30) and shots on goal (16) ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 1-0 shutout win over Marshall (10/30) ... Put home the game-winner against Gardner-Webb (8/30) and Stony Brook (9/4) ... Scored the game-tying goal and credited with the game-winning assist off a corner kick in the 4-3 double overtime victory over UNC Wilmington (9/20) ... Credited with the game-winning assist off a corner kick in the 1-0 win against Rice (9/25) ... Received C-USA Academic Medal and named to C-USA Honor Roll ... Named to ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll both semesters.
As a Freshman in 2008
One of eight Pirates to play and start all 22 games ... Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... Led the team in shots (33) while tying for second in assists (6) ... Scored four goals, third-most on the team, and also netted three game-winners, the second-most for ECU ... Only goal that was not the game-winner was against Marshall (10/31), when the 3-2 win allowed the Pirates to clinch a share of the C-USA regular-season title ... Finished with two three-point games, against Hofstra (9/12) and Gardner-Webb (9/18) ... Received C-USA Academic Medal and named to C-USA Honor Roll ... Named to ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll both semesters.
Lacey Township High School
Accumulated 47 goals, eight assists and 112 points in her four years under head coach Trevor Shearley ... Helped Lacey Township to a 55-27-2 record and two Shore
Conference titles ... Four-time Times Beacon First-Team All-Star and two-time "South of the Border" tournament Most Valuable Player ... Accumulated numerous honors her junior year, including Asbury Park Press Player-of-the-Week, First-Team All-County by the New Jersey Star Ledger and Ocean County Observer and Second-Team All-Shore Conference ... Repeated the same honors her senior campaign, adding Atlantic City Press First-Team All-Star and South Jersey All-State Team MVP awards ... Was a four-year starter and letterwinner in basketball as she became Lacey Township's all-time leading scorer with 1,159 career points ... In basketball, named first-team all-county for two years and was a Times Beacon First-Team member and Second-Team All-Shore Conference selection her junior and senior Campaigns ... Named basketball MVP and New Jersey Star Ledger Player-of-the-Year as a senior.
Academic major is math education ... Daughter of Jim and Maureen Malkiewicz ... Has a twin sister (Tara), who plays soccer at West Chester University, and a brother (A.J.) ... Father played football at Rutgers University in 1976 ... Ranked fifth of 420 academically in her senior class as she earned High Honor Roll honors for 16 consecutive marking periods ... Two-year member of the National Honor Society.