University of Iowa Athletics
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#4 Makenna Grewe

Class Fr.
Hometown San Diego, Calif.
High School Del Norte

2018

  • Named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad
  • Academic All-Big Ten honoree
  • Started 19 of 21 games, recording five goals and four assists for 14 points
  • Recorded three points in Iowa’s Big Ten Tournament run with a goal against No. 7 Michigan (Nov. 2) and an assist against No. 2 Maryland (Nov. 4)
  • Selected to play in the 2018 Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior Game
  • One of three seniors
  • Letterwinner

2017

  • Academic All-Big Ten honoree
  • Named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad
  • Started in 16 of 18 games
  • Tied for the team lead with nine assists, which ranked for the fifth most in the Big Ten
  • Had two assists against No. 15 Wake Forest (Aug. 26) and Indiana (Sep. 29)
  • Letterwinner

2016

  • Saw action in six games scoring two goals and three assist for seven points before being sidelined with an injury

2015

  • Started all 19 games
  • Scored the third most goals on the team with seven
  • Led the team with 11 assists, ranking seventh in the conference and tied for 22nd nationally
  • Posted an average of 0.58 assists per game, which ranked third in the Big Ten and 20th nationally
  • Four-assist game against Saint Louis (Sept. 13) tied with three other players for a 2015 NCAA single game high
  • Recorded 25 points, which tied for 11th most among all Division I freshmen, while her average of 1.32 points per game ranked eighth
  • Scored first career goal in Iowa’s season opening overtime victory over No. 11 Wake Forest (Aug. 29)
  • Notched a pair of two-goal games in Iowa’s wins over Richmond (Sept. 4) and Kent State (Sept. 12)
  • Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Sept. 15
  • Letterwinner

High School

  • Played under head coach Jason Askegreen
  • Holds the Del Norte High School record for single-season assists (23), career assists (35), and career goals (44)
  • Garnered second-team all-league honors as a sophomore following a CIF Division II third-place finish and a league championship
  • Earned first-team all-league honors as a junior
  • Named team captain her senior year, scoring 26 goals and recording 23 assists

Personal

  • Played club hockey for three years as a member of the Coastal Clash
  • Futures Camp participant from 2011-2014
  • Four-year Nighthawk Scholar recipient and a Scholar Athlete honoree in 2013