Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Gryphons Sign Freshman All-America


Gryphons add Freshman All-America to its 05 roster. Kimberly Dimitroff isa fast and skillful forward who can beat a defender with speed or her incredibletechnical ability," said Paul D'Hollander Head Coach of the London Gryphons."She is a passionate goal scorer who will shred the defense and bury the shot.She will make all our forwards better with her ability." In her first yearat Kent State, she finished second in the MAC with 36 points, ranking secondwith 16 goals and also added four assists. Dimitroff led the conference andfinished 28th in the nation in points per game (1.80), while also leading theMAC in goals per game (0.80) and ranking 20th in the NCAA. Dimitroff set KentState single-season records for goals and points and also set a school recordby scoring in four consecutive games, doing so twice this season. The 16 goalsscored last season also moved Dimitroff into third place on the all-time goal-scoringlist at Kent State. Along with becoming the first Kent State player to receiveall-region honors, Dimitroff became just the second first team All-MAC performerin the 04 season. We're excited to be bringing in athletes who come from thehighest competitive backgrounds, as a result of that we can expect their transitionsin playing in the #2 ranked women’s league in the world the W-league to bea smooth one , said D'Hollander


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