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    Kim Jerantowski
    Kim Jerantowski

    Class:
    Freshman

    Hometown:
    Lemont, Ill.

    High School:
    Lemont

    Height:
    5-3

    Position:
    M



    08/22/2014

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    High School: Led Lemont High School in goals all four scholastic seasons ... Holds school records for goals in a game (4), season (27) and career (90) ... 2013 & 2014 SouthtownStar Player of the Year ... 2013 & 2014 IHSSCA All-State honoree ... 2014 NSCAA All-Region ... 2014 Chicago Sun-Times Second Team All-Area ... 2013 South Suburban Conference Player of the Year ... 2013 IHSSCA All-State honoree ... Two-time team captain and four-year varsity starter ... 2013 & 2014 Team MVP ... Three-time Team Offensive MVP ... Four-time SouthtownStar All-Area Team ... Four-time South Suburban All-Conference honoree ... Has helped lead Lemont to three-year record of 81-17-6 ... Team captured 4 straight South Suburban Conference championships, winning 44 straight conference matches as well as 3 regional titles, 3 sectional titles, and two super sectional championships in 4 years ... Helped guide the 2011 Lemont High School team to a third-place showing at state and fourth place finish in 2013 ... Club: Played for Windy City Pride 45 along with fellow NU signee Nikia Smith ... Team was the US Club National Champions in 2013 and Illinois State Cup Champions in 2013.

    Personal: Parents are Sue and Ron Jerantowski ... Has three sisters: Nicole, Jessica and Michelle ... Also was a four-year varsity starting point guard on Lemont's basketball team ... Anticipated major is undecided.

    Coach Moynihan: "Kim is a real joy to watch. She is a crafty, creative player that also plays with some bite. She has a competitive streak and great will to win. She is a midfielder that can score herself and she can set up others as well. She has fantastic technical ability and never looks rattled on the ball."