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    Natascia Michalezki
    Natascia Michalezki

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Calgary, Alberta

    High School:
    St. Francis

    Height:
    5-9

    Position:
    Goalkeeper

    Birthdate:
    11/18/1983

    Experience:
    3L

    Honors:
    Three-Time All-SLC & 2003 SLC Tournament MVP

    A three-time All-Southland Conference selection ... Team co-captain ... Enters her final season as the school's all-time leader in saves (418) ... Also owns the top three single-season saves marks in school history ... SFA single-game leader in saves with 24 ... The only Ladyjack to ever record 400 saves in a career ... Also enters her senior season second in the school's all-time record books in shutouts (17.5) and goals against average (1.95).

    2004: A first-team All-Southland Conference selection ... A two-time SLC Goalkeeper of the Week selection ... Played in 18 games for the Ladyjacks, earning 18 starts ... Played 1659:35 minutes on the season, recording 118 saves while surrendering only 25 goals (1.36 GAA) ... The 118 saves is the third-best single-season mark in SFA history ... Finished second in the SLC in goals against average, save percentage and shutouts ... Was third in the league with her 118 saves and fifth in the conference averaging 6.56 saves per game ... Recorded a season-high 13 saves against St. Mary's ... Recorded six saves in the season-opening shutout over Arkansas State ... Carded 10 saves in the Ladyjacks' heartbreaking 2-1 setback at LSU ... Recorded a four-game stretch where she didn't surrender a goal (Sept. 26 through Oct. 8) ... Recorded 26 saves during that stretch, including 11 at Louisiana-Monroe ... Posted 10 saves in the Ladyjacks double-overtime game against Nicholls State ... Notched a nine-save game and two eight-save outings.

    2003: Second-team All-Southland Conference ... Named 2003 SLC Tournament MVP ... A four-time SLC Goalkeeper of the Week selection ... Recorded nine saves in the NCAA Tournament first-round game against Duke ... Played 180 minutes in the SLC tournament, recorded 15 saves and two shutout victories ... Set a school-record with her 13-4-2 (.737) record ... Recorded 146 saves, which is the second-best single-season mark in school history ... Finished second in the league in saves and saves per game ... Recorded seven of the school-record nine shutouts ... Held four other opponents to only one goal ... Recorded 13 saves in the victory over North Texas ... Followed that up with a career-high and school-record 24 saves in the victory over Texas-El Paso ... Recorded nine saves against Nicholls State and nine saves in the SLC Championship game against Southeastern Louisiana ... Recorded eight saves three times and seven saves four times.

    2002: Second-team All-SLC ... Started all 20 games ... A three-time SLC Goalkeeper of the Week ... Named the SFA Pam Thorstenson Award winner ... finished third in the SLC with 154 saves and second in the league at 7.85 saves per game ... Also finished among the league's top 10 with her 1.72 goals against average ... Had seven games where she recorded double-figures in saves, including a season-high 14 in the season-opener against Louisiana State ... Followed that up with a 13-save outing against North Texas ... Also had a 13-save performance against McNeese State ... Recorded 12 saves against Tennessee-Martin ... Went through a four-game stretch where she surrendered only one goal in over 400 minutes of action ... Carded two 11-save performances and one 10-save outing.

    High School: Was a three-time team MVP ... Guided her team to the 1998 Gold medal in the Lethbridge Labor Day Classic ... Guided her squad to the 1999 Bronze medal at the Albert Tournament ... An important member of her U17 team that won the indoor provincial Bronze medal ... Also led her team to a Gold medal in the 2001 Women's Major League City Tournament, 2001 provincials and a 2001 National Championship, where she recorded three shutouts in five games.

    Personal: Daughter of Wayne and Roberta Michalezki ... Born Nov. 18, 1983, in Calgary, Alberta ... Intends to major in kinesiology.

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