Photos from MU Women's Soccer vs. Louisville. Photos by Maggie Casey
2009: Came on as a reserve in 15 games. The Golden Eagles were 11-2-2 when Sawicki saw action. Totaled two points on goal. Netted the equalizer in a 3-2 double overtime win over Connecticut. Registered three shots this season, one on frame.
2008: Started 10 games while playing in 21. Scored lone goal in 4-2 victory over DePaul (Oct. 3). Put nine of 22 shots on goal.
2007: One of Marquette's most effective reserves, Sawicki came off the bench to appear in all 20 games and tallied four goals and two assists. Sawicki's 10 total points tied her for third place on the team. She started the season with a dominant weekend notching a goal and an assist in a 2-0 win over Washington (Aug. 31) and followed that with a goal against Indiana State in a 2-0 win (Sept. 2). Her three points against Washington was the first mullti-point game of her career. Both weekend goals were credited as game-winners. Her five-point weekend landed her a spot on the Milwaukee Cup all-tournament team and a spot on the BIG EAST Honor Roll (Sept. 3). Sawicki registered at least two shots in each of the first six matches of the season and tallied 25 shots for the year, 15 of which were on net. Sawicki contributed her second assist of the season on a Christy Zwolski goal in a 3-1 win over Loyola College (Sept. 14). Her second career BIG EAST goal came when she found the net in a 2-0 win over Providence (Sept. 28). She scored her third game winner of the season in the 66th minute of a 1-0 win over Villanova (Oct. 5) which also marked the Golden Eagles 100th win at Valley Fields.
2006: Sawicki, a valuable reserve, had a knack of finding herself in the right place at the right time near the end of the game scoring both of her goals with less than six minutes to play in the game. Against Louisville, Sawicki knocked in the game winner off her head in the 84th minute and put in Marquette's fifth goal of the game against Wis.-Green Bay in the 88th minute of the game. She scored her first point of her career at Providence (Sept. 24) assisting Alison Loughrin's goal. For the season she totaled five points on two goals and two assists. Sawicki has registered nine shots on the season including six that were on target.
Prior to Marquette: Sawicki was a four-year letterwinner in soccer at Waukesha West High School where she captained the Wolverines as a junior and senior. Along with fellow freshman Katie Miller, was named to the 2006 "First 11" of the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association All-State team. Sawicki was also a 2004 & 2005 all-state selection, a four-time all-conference honoree and was named Player of the Year in 2005. She was standout forward for FC Milwaukee on its Wisconsin State Cup squads. A long standing member of the Wisconsin ODP team, she was selected to the Region II ODP Regional Pool Team during the 2005 summer camp.
Personal: Anna Elizabeth Sawicki was born April 5, 1988. She is the daughter of Brian and Catherine Sawicki. Has a brother, Thomas...Sawicki graduated in the spring of 2010 with a degree in advertising.
Sawicki's Career Stats