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Katrina Nietsch

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Phone: (410) ***-****  HQ Phone
Naval Academy Athletic Association
566 Brownson Road
Annapolis , Maryland 21402
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Golden Key Honor Society
  • Member
    Omicron Delta Honor Society


  • Naval Academy
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Nietsch and Young Selected to ..., 27 April 2011 [cached]
Nietsch and Young Selected to Patriot League All-Academic Team
Center Valley, Pa. - Senior midfielder Katrina Nietsch (New Canaan, Conn.) and sophomore midfielder Kathy Young (Berwyn, Pa.) have been selected to the Patriot League Women's Lacrosse All-Academic Team, the league office announced Wednesday.
Nietsch was named to the All-Patriot League First Team earlier this week. It was Nietsch's fourth straight all-league accolade after earning second-team honors in her first three seasons at Navy.
The versatile midfielder has tallied 27 goals and seven assists for 34 points and also had 22 ground balls, 15 draw controls and 13 caused turnovers. Nietsch had a pair of four-goal games this season, with the most important performance being a four-goal effort in Navy's 14-11 win over Colgate on April 9.
A four-year starter, Nietsch became the first Mid to score 25 goals in four straight seasons and is ranked second in program history with 124 career goals and first with 64 career starts. In addition to her 124 goals, Nietsch also has 117 ground balls and 100 draw controls in her four-year career.
Nietsch was also recently given the Cheryl Dolyniuk Award. This award is given to the female midshipmen of the graduating class that has excelled in athletics, leadership and academics during her four years at the Academy. The award is presented by the Trustees of the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation Athletic and Scholarship programs.
Nietsch holds a 3.41 GPA in quantitative economics and is a member of the Omicron Delta Honor Society and the Golden Key Honor Society. Nietsch is a Midshipmen Group Study Program Leader and she has participated in numerous community service events and has held a number of leadership positions in the Brigade. Nietsch's service assignment is Navy Pilot.
*In that game, Katrina Nietsch, ..., 6 April 2010 [cached]
*In that game, Katrina Nietsch, who was named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on Monday, erupted for three goals in a three-minute, 10-second span midway through the second half to lift the Mids. All three games in the series have been decided by two or fewer goals.
Navy junior midfielder Katrina Nietsch was named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week on Monday on the heels of her standout performance in the Mids' thrilling come-from-behind win Saturday at Colgate.
Nietsch, a two-time All-Patriot League selection, finished with four points on three goals (all unassisted) and an assist in Navy's 12-8. She also contributed a game-high-tying four ground balls and three draw controls in the win.
Over her career, Nietsch has been at her best in Patriot League play with 38 points on 30 goals and eight assists in 14 career conference games.
This season, five different Navy players have combined for a conference-high 10 player-of-the-week awards. The Mids are the only team in the Patriot League to have an honoree all seven weeks the awards have been handed out.
Patriot League Players of the Week (April 5, 2010) Offensive - Katrina Nietsch, Navy Defensive - Emma Larkin, American GK - Amy Martin, HC Rookie - Taylor Zebrowski, HC
2010 Navy Women's Lacrosse Individual Honor Roll Erin Rawlick *Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (2/23, 3/2, 3/8, 3/15) Kierstin King *Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (2/23, 3/22, 3/29) Katrina Nietsch *Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week (4/5) Elaina Ponchione *Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week (2/23) Kathy Young *Patriot League Rookie of the Week (2/23) * National Honor Roll (2/24)
Danielle Vivonetto had four goals and Katrina Nietsch had four points (3 g, 1 a) to pace Navy.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Navy women's lacrosse ..., 23 April 2008 [cached]
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Navy women's lacrosse players Erin Rawlick, Meg Decker and Katrina Nietsch were named to the All-Patriot League women's lacrosse teams, the league office announced on Wednesday.
Rawlick and Decker were selected to the first team, while Nietsch was a second-team honoree.
Nietsch, a freshman midfielder from New Canaan, Conn., was Navy's lone representative on the second team, after scoring 45 points (38 g, 7 a) during the regular season.She is sixth in the Patriot League in goals with 38, and served a vital role in Navy's success in its clearing game, helping the Mids convert 85.1 percent of all clear attempts.Nietsch was named Patriot League Rookie of the Week on April 14, after scoring a career-high six goals in a win over Bucknell, a victory that secured Navy a spot in the Patriot League Tournament.Nietsch has scored 16 goals in the last five games and has 12 multi-goal games this year.When she scores at least two goals in a game, the Mids are 12-0.Nietsch has added 37 ground balls and 29 draw controls.
Womens Lacrosse | Headlines, 16 Nov 2010 [cached]
Navy's Katrina Nietsch: Unmatched Achievements Among Women's Lacrosse Peers
Nietsch is a standout all-league lacrosse player who has helped take a first-year
program from its inception to the NCAA Tournament in just three years. She has
"That was the best news I have ever heard," said Nietsch.
So Nietsch was on her way to Annapolis, and her physical skills and approach to
the program to get started," said Nietsch.
Nietsch was a starting midfielder and ranked third on the team with 40 goals.
She was also a standout in Navy's transition game and would routinely take
Although Nietsch was no longer able to take the field, she remained a steady
and positive presence on the sidelines and was a tireless supporter of her
teammates. Nietsch also used the time away from playing to take a more
cerebral approach to the game of lacrosse.
"Whether you get an injury or whether something else happens, you need to stay
positive about it," said Nietsch.
After the loss of Nietsch, the Mids regrouped to win their next three games and
me out there," said Nietsch.
Although Nietsch provided a great deal of encouragement and support to her
teammates from the sideline, it couldn't possibly compare to her contributions
to the team when she is on the field.
Nietsch made a full recovery during the offseason, and the 2010 squad entered
more," said Nietsch.
Nietsch had two goals and an assist and was chosen
Nietsch and her teammates stepped on the field, they exhibited a combined
focus and determination that would ensure their advancement to the NCAA
Tournament First Round.
Behind two first half goals from Nietsch, the Mids jumped out to a 6-2 halftime
close to becoming a reality," said Nietsch. "There was nothing that was going to
stop us from walking off the field that day without the win."
Along with her two goals, Nietsch also contributed an assist, ground ball, caused
turnover and a draw control. For her efforts, Nietsch was one of six players in
Tournament," said Nietsch.
Nietsch earned her third straight All-Patriot League honor at the conclusion of
the year and will enter her senior season with career totals of 97 goals, 30
assists and 127 points. During Nietsch's three seasons, Navy has won 43 games,
lacrosse program here at Navy," said Nietsch.
It is clear to see that Nietsch, classmate Caitlin Mandrin Hill and the rest of the
Just weeks after playing in the 2010 NCAA Tournament, Nietsch began her
Nietsch spent time with a number of different militaries and in villages in
the mainstream operations that the military, as we know it, does," said Nietsch.
Nietsch returned from Africa to Annapolis to serve as a Plebe Summer Squad
Leader. Nietsch was one of the upperclassmen responsible for training the
plebes and leading them through their daily schedule.
"The plebes come in on Induction Day and you are literally the first image of the
military that they see," said Nietsch.
Following her Plebe Summer detail, Nietsch went overseas once again, traveling
to England where she studied at the London School of Economics. Nietsch took a
three-week summer course titled "The Economics of European Integration."
Although Nietsch did return from England and was back at the Academy when
the Brigade reformed in August, she would be off on another trip a few weeks
Nietsch traveled with a group of 20 midshipmen from the Academy and marched
in the parade with a number of other militaries and service academies from
around the world.
"It was very humbling to be able to take part in those trips," said Nietsch. "Not
Nietsch is a very accomplished student at the Naval Academy. She carries a 3.4
Nietsch also excels in the military aspect of the Academy and has been selected
to the Commandant's List in each of her first six semesters. She has also been
named to the Superintendant's List and the Dean's List multiple times. She ranks
in the 83rd percentile among her classmates in Overall Order of Merit.
Always taking her academic work seriously and putting in the proper time and
effort is something that Nietsch has always practiced and it is a key component
of her success.
"You can only control so much in life," said Nietsch. "But you can always control
how hard you work and what you do to better yourself."
Nietsch has found ways to help her fellow teammates and midshipmen with their
academics. She is in her third year of serving as a Midshipmen Group Study
Nietsch also leads informal group study sessions for some of the freshmen on
lacrosse field, your example will really reflect on the freshmen," said Nietsch.
"The things that Katrina really stands for are the same as what the Academy
Although Nietsch has future aspirations of going to medical school, her more
immediate goal is to be awarded a service selection in Naval Aviation.
"The aviation pipeline is long," said Nietsch.
With all that Nietsch has already accomplished, she remains motivated to take on
every upcoming challenge in her life.
"I am ready to put to good use the multitude of tools and skills that I have
learned here at the Naval Academy," said Nietsch. "I'm really looking forward to
Womens Lacrosse | Headlines, 28 April 2010 [cached]
Rawlick is the sole Mid to make the first team, while fellow 50-goal scorer and sophomore attacker Danielle Vivonetto was voted to the second team, as were junior midfielder Katrina Nietsch and sophomore defender Kierstin King.
Midfield - Katrina Nietsch, Navy, Jr.
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