Hawk Items... Started 83 of 84 career games... four-time recipient of the NFHCA National Academic Award... two-time academic all-Big Ten honoree... from 2006-08, helped lead Iowa to three straight Big Ten Tournament championships and NCAA Tournament appearances, and the 2008 NCAA Final Four... was named to the Big Ten all-tournament team in 2008... as a senior, the business marketing and management major led the Hawkeyes in points (28) and assists (10).
2009 as a Senior... Academic all-Big Ten... first team all-Big Ten... named University of Iowa's female Athlete of the Year... named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District second team... named Iowa's female winner of the 2010 Big Ten Medal of Honor... first team NFHCA West Region all-American... started every game... led team with 28 points (nine goals and 10 assists)... 10 assists tied team-high and tied for fifth in Big Ten Conference... amassed nine goals on the year, which ranked second on the team... named to NFHCA National Academic Squad... recipient of the Practice Player of the Year award.
2008 as a Junior... Named to Big Ten Tournament all-tournament team... named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District second team... played in 23 games, including 22 starts... started in Iowa's national semifinal game against top-seeded Maryland, recording one shot... amassed a single-season high 11 assists, which ranks third on the team... her 11 assists tie for eighth in the Big Ten... helped lowa claim its third-straight Big Ten Tournament title... recorded two assists vs. Central Michigan and Boston University... scored her two goals vs. American and #10 Virginia... helped lead Hawkeyes to back-to-back NCAA Regional victories over #13 Louisville and #10 Michigan State... registered her first career defensive save at Penn State... totaled 13 shots, 10 on goal... named to 2008 NFHCA National Academic Squad.
2007 as a Sophomore... Academic all-Big Ten selection... started all 21 games... letterwinner... recorded three goals and seven assists... scored a goal against Indiana and an assist against Michigan during the Big Ten Tournament... recipient of the Practice Player of the Year award with teammate Roz Ellis.
2006 as a Freshman... Started and played all 21 games... recorded first collegiate points with a goal in a 5-1 victory over Kent State.
High School... Two-time NFHCA all-South Regional Team and first-team all-state selection... three-time Blue Hen all-Conference pick... team captain and MVP as a senior... 2005 Wendy's Heisman State Finalist... top scorer in the state of Delaware in 2005 with 30 goals and ten assists... helped lead her team to three conference championship titles... played in and started every game but one in high school with 56 career goals and 32 career assists... high school coach was Loveita Moffett... seven-year member of the Strikers Club Team coached by Bill Dean and Ken Falgowski... club team won national indoor title in 2004 and 2005 and were National Festival Champions 2002-2004... part of the Under-16 U.S. Team 2003 and 2004... 2001-2003 AAU Junior Olympian... Futures Elite participant 2002-2006... 2005 Olympic Development Select... four-time all-conference academic selection with honors... National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society member... Student Government.
Personal... Born August 22, 1988... daughter of Bill and Betty Dean... older sister Laura played field hockey at Boston University... marketing and management major.
Dean's Career Statstics