Karen Waskewich
Karen  Waskewich


Laytonsville, Md.

High School:
Academy of Holy Cross



Nolan on Waskewich - "Karen has the potential to be one of the best defenders in our conference. With her experience I expect a lot from her on the field in her final season. In addition, her delivery on set pieces is a very dangerous weapon and one we intend to really exploit this year."

2006 - Played in all 19 games for Georgetown, starting 18 of them... Led the team last year with five assists and finished third on the team in points with seven... Assisted on the game-winning goal against BIG EAST preseason favorite Connecticut... Assisted on the first three goals of the 2006 season with two in the opener against Binghamton, and another in the following game against Davidson... Scored the game-winner against cross-town rival George Washington... Assisted on the game-tying goal against BIG EAST foe Pittsburgh, which tied her with Erin Donovan for fifth place on the all-time career assists list.

2005 - Started all 21 games for the Hoya defense that set a new program record with eight shutouts ... Scored one goal and had four assists for six points, the most of any Hoya defender ... Took 24 shots, tied for fi fth on the squad ... Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-0 shutout over American ... Assisted on three game-winners against Delaware, St. John's and Cincinnati ... Also posted an assist at Rutgers.

2004 - Started all 19 games on defense in her rookie campaign ... Tallied fi ve assists, third on the team and one goal for seven points, tying for fi fth among her teammates ... Recorded her fi rst collegiate assist and point in season-opening win over Howard ... Assisted on game-winner against Quinnipiac ... Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 shutout over No. 16 West Virginia, her fi rst career goal ... Named to the Soccer America Team of the Week during the week of October 26 ... Also posted assists against Connecticut, Notre Dame and Seton Hall.

Prior to Georgetown - A four-year varsity starter at Holy Cross ... School MVP all four years ... Three-time WCAC all-conference team and the fi rst team all-county team ... Four-time All-Met team by the Washington Post as well as first-team All-Gazette ... Also a member of the Bethesda Excel, 2004 National Finalist and Region I Champions.

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