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  Alison Gregorka
Alison Gregorka

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Ann Arbor, MI

High School:
Pioneer

Height:
5-10

Position:
2-Meter Defender

Birthdate:
06/29/1985

Major:
Urban Education


Favorite Stanford Memory: "It was the first week of my freshmen year when I met my roomie. We had just moved in and we went to the bookstore together to get some supplies and check things out. When we got back to the dorm, I found a flyer in the bottom of the bookstore bag that was for acne medication so I put a sticky note on it that said 'here's something you should look into' then put it on my roomies' desk. When she got home later that day, she read it and started cracking up. It began a war of funny flyers and ads getting passed back and forth between us, but it was that second day being on campus that I knew I had made a life long friend. It is more of a representation of something that reminds me of the connections I have made with the people on campus, in particular those from my freshmen dorm."

Summer 2006: Played with the National Team at the 2006 FINA World Cup, traveling to Hungary, Italy, and China ... Team placed fourth and won World League.

As a Junior in 2006: Registered 13 goals for the Cardinal, helping the team to its fourth MPSF Championship and a third-place finish at the NCAA Championships ... Scored a season-high two goals against San Jose State (2/12), Arizona State (4/9) and UCLA (4/15) ... Scored in three of the first four games of the season, including the season-opener against Pacific ... Scored twice at the MPSF Championships, with a goal in the 6-3 Cardinal win over Hawaii in the conference title match ... Netted goals in six of the final eight matches of the regular-season ... Also played in goal for the Cardinal on three occasions and registered three saves ... An MPSF Academic All-Conference honoree ... Named to the AWPCA All-Academic Team.

Summer 2005: Spent the summer at home in Ann Arbor, Mich. playing with Great Lakes club team ... Nannied two children, ages 3 and 7, and spent time with family.

As a Sophomore in 2005: Sixth on the team with 17 goals on the season ... Played in all 29 games for the Cardinal ... Helped the team to second-place finishes at both the MPSF and NCAA Championships ... Earned Academic All-American and MPSF Academic All-Conference honors ... Had a steal, one forced turnover, two assists and one goal in NCAA tournament play ... Scored one goal in the MPSF Championship final versus UCLA (5/1) ... Had a goal and an assist against USC in the MPSF semifinal (4/30) ... Recorded a season-high two goals versus San Jose State (4/22), UC Davis (4/17) and CS Northridge (2/19).

Summer 2004: Helped the U.S. Team to gold at the 2004 Junior Pan-American Games.

As a Freshman in 2004: Contributed to Stanford's third-place finish at the NCAA Championships ... Scored 12 goals for the Cardinal.

High School: Named Most Valuable Player of the Michigan State Tournament, Michigan's Water Polo Player of the Year and First-Team All-American in 2001, 2002 and 2003 ... Third-Team All-American in 2000 ... Member of 2001 U.S. Youth National Team and 2003 U.S. Junior National Team ... U.S. Junior Team took second place at the Junior World Championships in Calgary, Canada ... Captained water polo squad during senior season ... Four-year letterwinner on the swimming and water polo teams ... Captained the swimming team as a junior ... Swimming Academic All-American in 2003 ... Swimming All-American in 1999 ... Competed for the Great Lakes Water Polo Club.

Personal: Born June 29, 1985, in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... Daughter of Dave and Joan Gregorka ... Has siblings, Brad, Andrea and Brian ... Most exciting sports moment was winning gold at the Junior Women's World Championships in Perth, Australia ... Urban Education major ... Enjoys music, laughing, movies, sledding, wearing costumes, snowboarding and playing in the ocean.


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