|| Ana Kralovec
Needed to step in and fill the role as the team's every day goalkeeper after the graduation of 2003 starter Emily Zander Looking to anchor a defense that is striving to improve upon last season.
Cardinal Career: Has played in 21 games with four starts, posting a 3-7 record Has taken a part in six Stanford shutouts (all shared and in her freshman year) Has totaled 789:34 minutes in goal during her first two seasons, allowing 21 goals for a 1.86 GAA Two-time NFHCA All-Academic.
As A Junior In 2004: Game-By-Game Statistics
As A Sophomore In 2003: Limited to just six games (three starts), primarily due to an injury Had a 3.22 GAA with 10 goals allowed and 26 saves in 217:43 minutes played Had a career-high 10 saves at Michigan State (10/4) Picked up her lone win of the season versus Pacific (9/27) as she recorded seven saves Named NFHCA All-Academic for the second consecutive year.
As A Freshman In 2002: Played in 15 games with one start. Totaled 575:51 minutes while splitting time in goal. Led Stanford with a 1.34 GAA (11 goals allowed), adding 37 saves and posting a 2-4 record. Took part in six Stanford shutouts Recorded a season-high seven saves in her only start of the campaign versus Yale (10/20) Twice Named NorPac Rookie of the Week (9/10, 10/8). Named NFHCA All-Academic.
High School: A 2002 graduate of Davis High School in Davis, CA. Played in the All-State game as a junior Named her team's Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Defensive Player in her senior campaign Also played prep soccer.
Other Amateur Field Hockey: Club team (Endangered Species) won the Under-19 competition at the 2002 Cal Cup Played four years of Futures and three times at the National Hockey Festival.
Personal: Undelcared major Daughter of William and Margaret Kralovec.
Coaching Staff On Kralovec: "Ana has great potential to be our leader in the cage this year and has worked very hard to accomplish that. We've made huge improvements defensively from a year ago and hope that Ana will be a big part of this. We're looking to generate good offense based on our defense, and that definitely stretches all the way back to the cage."
Last Updated: 8/27/04