University of Iowa Athletics
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#17 Sarah Mazur

Height 5-8
Class Sr.
Hometown La Grange, Ill.
High School Lyons Township

2015 — Competed in 11 games, logging 367 minutes… started two games, at home against Penn State (Sept. 27) and Rutgers (Oct. 28)… named to Iowa’s Leadership Council… named Academic All-Big Ten and a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar… letterwinner.

2014 — Saw action in 15 games, with six starts… logged 562 minutes as a middle defender… tallied one shot against No. 17 Rutgers… named to the Capital One Academic All-District 6 team… Academic All-Big Ten and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar honoree… Dean’s List honoree for the fall and spring semesters… letterwinner.

2013 —Did not see game action… member of an Iowa team that posted a school-record 15 victories, advanced to its first Big Ten Tournament championship game and earned the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance… Academic All-Big Ten… Big Ten Distinguished Scholar… letterwinner.

2012 — Saw action in eight matches with a total of 149 minutes… played a season-high 41 minutes against Army… tallied one shot against Valparaiso… part of team that earned second most wins in a season in program history… named to UI Dean’s List… letterwinner.

High School — Two-time all-conference selection… all-section and all-area selection… was the only freshman in school history to make and start on varsity… led team to three-straight regional championships and two sectional finals… high school team won a conference title as a sophomore and placed second as a junior… played club soccer for the Windy City Pride and Region 2 Olympic Development Program… played on the 2011 Illinois State team that won a Region 2 championship… is an Illinois State Scholar… member of the honor roll, the Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society, French Honor Society and National Honor Society.

Personal — Born on July 3, 1994… daughter of Mark and Cathy Mazur… has two siblings, Kelsey and John… high school coach was Bill Lanspeary… club coach was Ko Thanadabouth… electrical engineering major.