Friday, August 8, 2014

Dabrowski Named NCSA 2014 Athleader All-American

PALATINE, Ill. – Harper College volleyball player Veronica Dabrowski (Mount Prospect, Ill./Rolling Meadows), who graduated from Harper in May, can add another accomplishment to her already impressive resume. Dabrowski was recently named a National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA) Top 5 2014 Athleader All-American.

College coaches and Athletic Directors across the country submitted nominees from their respective programs for a place on the Athleader All-American Team. According to the NCSA criteria, each nominee must exemplify the following characteristics:

• Excelling in the classroom, on the field of play and in the community
• Having an all-in attitude/all-out work ethic
• Putting the team first
• And having a thirst for learning

According to the College Coach Recruiting blog, in its third year, the Athleader All-American Team is a collaboration of exceptional student-athletes that embody all of NCSA's core values.

In her sophomore season, Dabrowski earned First Team All-American, First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Region, Region IV All-Tournament Team, three time All-Tournament team and N4C Academic All-Conference honors.  Dabrowski was also recognized as the Harper College Female Athlete of the Year and will be moving on to play at NAIA Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana, where she will be pre-med student.

"Veronica had an outstanding year, actually two-year career here at Harper College, both academically and athletically," said Harper head coach Bob Vilsoet. "She deserves all the awards she's received to date. I'm looking forward to following how well she does at Bethel College in the fall. We will certainly miss her here."

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