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Played in 78 matches for her career, starting in 64.
2007: Started all 20 games for Marquette and led the Golden Eagles in points with 17, while finishing second in goals (five) and assists (seven). Her 17 points ranked tied for eighth in the BIG EAST. Contributed at least one point in seven BIG EAST matches. Tallied an assist in four consecutive conference games against Louisville, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and West Virginia. Led Marquette with a .657 shots on goal percentage. Notched a season-high seven shots and three points with a goal and an assist against Rhode Island (Sept. 16) in a 4-0 win which placed her on the All-Tournament team of the Colorado College Invitational Dished out game-winning assist against Villanova (Oct. 5). Scored game winning goal in 1-0 win over St. John's (Oct. 12) and was named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for her effort. Zwolski's success landed her a spot on the Second Team All- BIG EAST as well as the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region team. Soccer Buzz placed her on the All-Great Lakes Region second team. Zwolski excelled in the classroom as well as she was the fourth player in Marquette Women's soccer history to be named to the NSCAA Scholar All-America First Team. CoSIDA and ESPN the Magazine awarded her to the Academic All-District Five First Team for the third consecutive year. Was named to USASA National team in January 2008.
2006: An explosive and skilled forward, Zwolski played in all but one game due to an eye injury and has started in 21. She boasted the second best point total on the team - 19- on seven goals and five assists. Zwolski started of the season shattering Marquette's single game points record that stood for 13 years when she scored four goals and added two assists for 10 points against Sacred Heart on Aug. 27 ... She dished the game-winning assist to Allison Mallam's golden goal against Connecticut on Sept. 22. She tallied an assist against Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 17), scored the first goal in a 2-1 win over St. John's (Oct. 22), and notched the game winner against Villanova (Oct. 29) that launched Marquette in the BIG EAST Semifinals for the second consecutive season. Zwolski excelled in the classroom as well earning CoSIDA and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Five First Team honors for the second consecutive season. She helped her club team, the Chicago Eclipse, to win the Donnelly Cup where she scored five goals during the tournament. Zwolski was invited to the USASA National Team camp and was selected as a member of the USASA National Team in July 2007.
2005: Marquette's leading scorer, Zwolski recorded nine goals and three assists on the season. The nine goals tied her for seventh on the MU single season list. Five of her strikes were match winners, the third best single season total in school history. She scored the winner in the season opener over Illinois (Aug. 26) and scored both goals in a 2-1 win over Drake (Sept. 2). She had two goals and an assist in the win over USF (Sept. 16) and scored the only mark in the 1-0 win over DePaul (Oct. 2). She scored in back-to-back matches, tallying strikes against Pittsburgh (Oct. 9) and against Cincinnati (Oct. 14). She also had an assist in the Cincinnati contest and added an assist in the St. John's match (Oct. 23). She scored the match winner against Louisville (Oct. 30) in the BIG EAST quarterfinals. Zwolski was named First Team Academic All-District by ESPN The Magazine and CoSIDA. Zwolski was also named honorable mention All-BIG EAST.
2004: Zwolski saw action in 12 matches as a freshman, making her collegiate debut against Indiana (Aug. 27). She made an early impact scoring her first career goal in a 3-0 win over Central Michigan (Sept. 3).
Prior to Marquette: Zwolski set the school record for career goals scored with 81 despite an injury senior year, recorded 43 assists in her career. She scored 28 goals as a sophomore. Zwolski was team MVP as a junior and earned four letters. She was a member of the 2002 Conference Champion team and was coached as a Corsair by Chris Mikrut. She is also a member of the Eclipse Select team that won the USASA Women's Amateur national championship in 2004 and 2005.
Personal: Zwolski was born on June 21, 1986, and is the daughter of Mark and Carol Zwolski. She has an older brother, Matt and a younger sister, Beth. She is an exercise science major.
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