GIRLS SOCCER NW’s Ostrowski third-team all-state
Panther record-setter bound for IPFW.
By Steve Krah
Posted on Nov. 30, 2013 at 12:00 a.m.
| Updated on Nov. 30, 2013 at 5:29 p.m.
NAPPANEE — Val Ostrowski, a NorthWood High School senior, has been named third-team all-state by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association.
Ostrowski, an ISCA first-team all-district selection who has committed to continue her academic and soccer careers at NCAA Division I Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne, holds several NorthWood individual school records and helped the Phil Ummel-coached Panthers establish several team records.
She is the school leader is career goals (81), single-season goals (34 in 2013), single-game goals (5), career points (180), single-season points (74) and single-game points (11).
Ostrowski had six assists in 2013 and 18 for her career (tied for fourth all-time in program history).
In 2013, NorthWood set marks for most single-season wins (13) and fewest losses (4) for an all-time best winning percentage (.750). The Panthers set marks for most goals (81), most goals per game (4.50), most single-game goals (14) and most shutouts (10).