Hawk Item... Member of the United States Under-21 Squad... member of the MPTC Midwest Region team.
2007 as a Senior... Third team all-American by WomensFieldHockey.com... first team Regional all-American... second team all-Big Ten selection... named to the Big Ten all-Tournament team... academic all-Big Ten selection... recorded a goal against Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament... recorded three goals on the season, two of which were game-winners... started all 21 games.
2006 as a Junior... Third team all-America selection by WomensFieldHockey.com... Selected to the first team NFHCA West Regional all-America team and second team all-Big Ten... played and started in all 21 games... led the team in assists with 12... had a goal and an assist in Iowa's 4-2 win over Boston University (Sept. 16)... recorded two assists during the Big Ten Tournament.
2005 as a Sophomore... Started all 18 games on the defensive line... scored five goals on 12 attempts for a team-leading shot percentage of .417... knocked in the game-winning goal in a 3-1 defeat of Stanford (Sept. 2)... scored go-ahead goal in 8-1 win over Pacific (Sept. 5)... tallied two goals in 3-2 victory over Michigan State (Oct. 1).
2004 as a Freshman... Started all 21 games for the Hawkeyes... scored game-winning overtime goals in back-to-back games against No. 8 Michigan (Oct. 10) and No. 19 Penn State (Oct. 15)... scored five goals on the year, three game-winners... scored on her first-career shot on goal against No. 1 two-time defending NCAA Champion Wake Forest (Aug. 28).
High School...First team all-American... 2003 New Hampshire Player of the Year... 2003 Eagle Tribune Player of the Year... first team all-state as a senior, second team as a junior and sophomore... team MVP as a senior, defensive MVP as a junior and sophomore... member of the 2001 U.S. Under-16 team... National Futures Tournament participant (2001-03) and Futures Elite (2002-03)... 2004 A Camp participant... 2003 B Camp participant.
Personal... Born August 9, 1986... daughter of Paul and Ellen Sickel... Liberal Arts major... attended Timberlane Regional High School and was coached by Mim Ryan.
Sickel's Career Statstics