Dartmouth’s Keith Kurowski Award
Played in 13 games and started the final seven games after battling back from an injury … Recorded four goals on 23 shots … Finished third on the squad with eight points … Had two goals against Vermont (9/21) on a 4-0 win … Scored a goal in games against Princeton (10/4) and Columbia (10/25).
Played in one game against Harvard (11/2) after missing the previous 15 games with an injury.
Ivy League Player of the Week (10/29)
Saw action in 10 games during her sophomore season … Tallied 11 points on five goals and one assist … Her 11 points and five goals tied her for third place on the squad in both categories … Scored back-to-back game-winners against Columbia (10/20) and Harvard (10/28) … Had best game of the season against Harvard (10/28) … Registered two goals … Posted a season-high five shots against Cornell (11/3) … Averaged 2.20 shots per game and averaged 0.50 goals per game … Concluded the season with five goals in her last three outings … Tallied at least one shots in nine of her 10 appearances.
Led the Dartmouth offense in her rookie campaign ... Saw action in 12 games with nine starts ... Posted a team-best six points on a team-leading three goals ... Started her first collegiate game at Texas A&M (9/2) ... Scored her first collegiate goal against Vermont (9/8) ... Missed several games due to injury ... Posted three games with multiple shots ... Took 14 shots with six reaching frame, for a .429 shot on goal percentage.
Tasha Wilkins joins the Big Green after an impressive high school career on the soccer field and the basketball court, serving as captain of both teams at Jesuit High School her senior year ... On the soccer field, led Jesuit to Oregon State Championship in 2009 and 2010 and Metro League Championships in 2008, '09 and '10 ... Her junior year, Jesuit ranked number one nationally in the ESPN RISE national poll ... As a senior, she scored 22 goals en route to being named The Oregonian Class 6A State Player of the Year ... 2010 The Oregonian First Team All-State and was named the Metro League Player of the Year and was a first team all-league honoree ... Wilkins also helped Jesuit to state championships in basketball and track and field during her career and was named Metro League honorable mention as a senior in basketball and was a Metro League discus champion, eighth place in the state as a sophomore ... Wilkins played club soccer for Portland Rain in the Women's Premier Soccer League ... Throughout her club career she has won the Oregon Youth Soccer Association State Championship (2009) and the US Youth Soccer Regional Championship (2008).
Tasha (Marissa) is the daughter of Mac and Fran Wilkins and she has one brother and one sister ... Father, Mac, was an Olympic discus thrower, winning the gold medal in 1976 and the silver medal in 1984 ... Her sister, Lauren, played basketball at Loyola Marymount from 2007-11.
Wilkins Career Stats