BOSTON - Jessie Groszkowski (Reisterstown, Md.), a senior midfielder on the University of New Hampshire women's lacrosse team, was named Player of the Week by America East on Tuesday.
Groszkowski has recorded nine points, all on goals, in three games this season. She extended her goal-scoring streak to 31 consecutive games by scoring at least one goal in every game and had a season-high five goals against California. Groszkowski also contributed four ground balls and six draw controls in that game. She opened the year with a three-goal effort at Stanford.
Groszkowski leads the 2003 Wildcats in goals, points and draw controls (12).
Groszkowski, a 2002 All-America First Team selection, recorded her 150th career point with the fourth of her five tallies at Cal. She now has 133 career goals, which is second on UNH's all-time list. Pauline Collins is atop the list with 155 career goals. With nine points this season, Groszkowski has ascended into a tie for fifth on the Wildcats' career points list with Colleen Christopher at 152. Nicole Rhodes is next on the list at 153.