IOWA CITY, Iowa – Four University of Iowa field hockey student-athletes – Harper Dunne, Anthe Nijziel, Lokke Stribos and Sofie Stribos — have been named to the College Sports Communicators (formerly CoSIDA) At-Large Academic All-District team, it was announced Tuesday by the organization.
Dunne has a 4.04 grade point average in global health studies, Nijziel posted a 3.52 GPA in psychology, Lokke Stribos had a 3.81 GPA in biomedical engineering and Sofie Stribos has a 3.82 GPA in civil engineering.
Dunne started all 20 games during the 2022 season on a defense that posted six shutouts. The Fort Worth, Texas, native was Iowa’s Dr. Christine Grant Leadership Award recipient following the season.
Nijziel earned NFHCA First Team All-America honors – the third accolade of her career – after starting all 20 games and playing a team-high 1,245 minutes. The Eindhoven, Netherlands, native scored six goals and had five assists and she played the duration of all but two contests.
Lokke Stribos was a NFHCA First Team All-West Region selection after starting all 20 games and logging 1,232 minutes for a Hawkeye defense that allowed 1.1 goals per game. The Brussels, Belgium, native scored two goals and tallied four assists on the season.
Sofie Stribos started all 20 games as a midfielder, scoring three goals and registering four assists for 10 points. The Belgium native finished with 17 shots with 11 being on goal.
With their inclusion on the all-district team, the quartet advances to the national ballot. To qualify for the distinction, each student-athlete was required to post at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average while seeing action in a minimum threshold of competitions.