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Meet our highly experienced team of experts The Koya team numbers 60+ professionals who partner with clients across the Molly Brennan .. Liz has led searches for The Trust for Public Land, International Women's Health .. While in college, she was co-captain of Princeton's Division I women's basketball team. Erin Brennan (5) A - Honors IWLCA first-team All-Region Unanimous Became the third player in Penn history to reach career points as part of a. Molly Brennan begins her third season as the assistant coach for the Hilltopper women's basketball team. In her first year at St. Edward's, she helped turn.
Went for multiple points in 15 games and had 12 games with at least three points Scored two-or-more goals in 10 games Went 7-for-9 on free positions, leading the team in free position goals Five of those points against the Lions came on goals, also a new career high Went for four goals and five points at No. Scored twice in a one-goal win over No. After being held without a point against No.
Dished out three assists against No. Recorded four points, including three assists, in an Ivy League semifinal loss to No.
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Played in 18 games, starting all of them Second on team with 56 points Tied for second-most goals with Dished out second-most assists with Third in the Ivy League in points-per-game in League games 3. Scored points in 17 of 18 games Also put up four ground balls, three caused turnovers and three draw controls against the Crimson Named all-tournament in Ivy League Tournament Ivy League Rookie of the Year Led the team with 18 assists Draw control specialist, winning 28 and directing Penn to a.
Team's second-leading scorer with 27 goals and 18 assists Scored at least one goal in her first five games Notched a point in every game Named Inside Lacrosse and womenslacrosse. I want you to picture back when you were a young girl, a really positive image of you with a footy.
Katie Brennan with her dog Yonce.
The Western Bulldogs captain has used her injury-plagued first season to strengthen mind and body. Joe Armao "'I want you to feel how nice it feels, how much you love it. Live that and feel it again here. We have a massive job to do today, we've studied this team, we've trained so hard over pre-season, so let's leave nothing in the tank.
But I also want you to really soak up this experience and enjoy it right now. Go out to your positions, take a moment to look around and then let's really focus and get this job done. Joe Armao The AFLW version spanned maybe a minute on February 4,before the Western Bulldogs hosted Fremantle in the first nationally televised Saturday-night broadcast of the new women's league.
Katie had arrived at Whitten Oval hours before the commencement of play that night. She had her car washed that day especially. Walking from the car to the entry gate, I could hear people whispering and others who yelled out. I just tried to soak it all up, tried to be really present and think, this is only guaranteed to happen seven times this season and only four times at Whitten Oval.
After the Dogs' prize player and key forward was injured in a practice match against Collingwood on the eve of the competition launch, Katie was declared fit for round 1 provided she had "assistance".
The more blunt way of saying it was she needed jabbing — par for the course in men's AFL settings but seldom seen in women's footy. That she'd do so was not a question in her mind, but it was considered too risky to try for the first time under the high pressure of maiden match day. AFLW team captains ready for the second season. AAP "It was all very new and it was scary," Katie says.
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It was a group training night so I actually had a few of the girls hold my hand through it, which showed the genuine team love we had for each other," Katie says. The boys have jabs all the time, it's just a part of the game Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing I don't really know, I'm not sure about that conversation.
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Katie Brennan working out at her Coburg gym. Joe Armao "But I know, as an athlete, that all I wanted to do was be out there with my team.
It was a big occasion and I wouldn't have given it up, no chance In hindsight I'm so glad we did that trial. It gave me trust in my ankle and my ability to get around the ground.
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I loved that ad because it's about power women but I shouldn't have let myself be distracted by it then. Katie Brennan, the poster woman for the fledgling competition. Thom Rigney "I remember my warm-up being horrific and even having the thought, 'I'm in for a shocker, I'm going to have a shocker, I can't concentrate, this is all too much.
Thankfully the anxiety was short-lived. The feeling of the roar when we did was incredible. I looked at Ellie Blackburn, our vice-captain, gave her a little wink and said, 'Let's do this. Katie interrupts her retelling of the events of seven months earlier.
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Right then, a whole lot of dreams felt real — it was AFL colours, it was premiership points, there were 10, people in the crowd. I was wearing the famous number 3 — the number of the great Ted Whitten, 'Mr Football', whose story has always inspired me.
And here I was, the captain, under lights at Whitten Oval! Her greatest football supporter, father Terry, had travelled to the game from the family's original home in Queensland. Katie was unable to spot him in the pulsating throng, saying thankyous and high-fiving every step of the way as she walked off the field.
It was a bit of closure to the whole night. I was really proud of the team and of myself at the start, and then to be able to see Dad and think about the journey he'd been on with me and footy, it really was a beautiful moment.
I think he was crying too. An outstanding centre half-forward, athletic, articulate, level-headed and long-blonde-ponytailed, Katie was dream pin-up material in the AFL's highly strategic AFLW push.
But from the great high of that opening Whitten Oval game came struggle, then a great letdown. Katie's ankle was re-aggravated in round 2.