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Honors and Awards:
2011: Second-team CoSIDA Academic All-American ... Academic All-Big Ten ... named team's Outstanding Offensive Player
2010: 2010 Big Ten distinguished scholar ... first-team All-Big Ten ... Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 20, Oct. 25 and Nov. 8) ...Academic All-Big Ten ... named to the 2010 All-Midwest team for performance on FC Milwaukee Nationals club team
2009: Third-team All-Great Lakes Region ... received second-team All-Big Ten honors ... named to first team academic all-district (Oct. 29) ... Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 21) ... named as one of 21 players honored by CollegeSoccer360.com's Primetime Performer of the Week (Oct. 20) ... primetime performer by collegesoccer360.com (Sept. 29) ... Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 28) ... Academic All-Big Ten
2008: Named to the Big Ten Women's Soccer All-Freshman Team ... earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 20 and was named to the Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week also for the week of Oct. 20
2011: Has started all twenty games ... recorded one shot and one shot on goal against Minnesota (11/2) ... attempted one shot against Iowa (10/29)...attempted three shots and had an assist against Indiana (10/23) ... recorded four shots, three shots on goal and one goal against Purdue (10/21) ... recorded three shots on goal against Illinois (10/16) ... attempted seven shots and three shots on goal against Northwestern (10/14) ... recorded two shots, one shot on goal, a goal and an assist against Nebraska (10/7) ... recorded three shots, one shot on goal against Ohio State (10/2) ... attempted seven shots, six shots on goal against Minnesota (9/29) ... recorded five shots, one shot on goal against Michigan (9/25) ... attempted one shot and recorded an assist against Michigan State (9/23) ... recorded the game winning goal against Penn State (9/17) ... attempted six shots, four on goal and recorded a goal against Central Michigan (9/14) ... attempted a team high five shots, two on goal and one assist ... recorded two shots on goalagainst Northern Illinois (9/9) ...team-high six shots, four on goal and one goal against Cincinnati (9/4) ... team-high three shots, two on goal and game-winning goal against Dayton (9/2) ... team-high five shots, two on goal, against Green Bay (8/28) ... picked up two assists in win over No. 23 Washington (8/26) ... team-high three shots with two on goal at Notre Dame (8/19)
2010: Sidelined first two games due to injury ... started and played in 18 games, recording first goal of the season against Milwaukee ... led the team with 10 goals, 21 points, 45 shots, 23 shots on goal and five game-winning goals ... awarded Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9/20/10) ... led the team in a 3-0 victory over Northwestern tallying two goals and one assist (11/1)
2009: Started in all 22 games ... led team with 18 points, six goals, six assists, 63 shots, 27 shots on goal and three game-winning goals ... recorded her first hat trick against No. 19 Indiana for the 3-2 win (9/27) ... three game-winning goals on the season (9/27, 10/4, and 10/11)
2008: Started in all 19 games ... led team with 21 points, seven assists, 58 shots, 29 shots on goal and two game-winning goals ... second on team in goals with seven ... named to the Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week and the Big Ten Offensive Player of the week, both for the week of Oct. 20 following her performance the weekend of Oct. 17-19 where she recorded both a goal and an assist in each game against both Michigan and Michigan State ... had a season-high eight shots, three of which were on goal, against Nevada on Sept. 21
Prep: Member of the U.S. U-18 women's national team ...captain of FC Milwaukee Club Team ... helped team to one 2004 Regional Championship, one 2007 Regional Final, five consecutive State Championships (2004-2008), and three Midwest Regional League Championships (2004, 2005, 2007) ... member of Wisconsin State ODP Team and Region II ODP Team (2004-2008) ... member of Region II Team at Inter-Regional Tournament (2004, 2005, 2006) ... member of Region II International Tour to Europe (2005, 2006, 2008) ... winner of the "Golden Boot" award for top goal scorer at the Region II ODP camp (2007) four-year varsity basketball player ... named to first team all-conference as a junior, senior captain ... two years on Highlander student-athlete leadership team ... member of the National Honor Society ... National Merit Finalist
Personal: Parents named Keith and Jane ... one sister, Carolyn and one brother, David ... dad, Keith, played football at Wisconsin ... last name pronounced NOZ-bush ... volunteers in emergency room at Meriter once a week since freshman year ... belongs to Alpha Epsilon Delta (pre-medical honor society and service group), Phi Kappa Phi (academic honor society) and Alpha Chi Sigma (student-athlete honor society) ... double majoring in Spanish and Biology
Nosbusch's Career Statistics
Off the Field with Laurie Nosbusch
Why did you choose the University of Wisconsin?: I think it has the best balance of academic excellence and athletic success. Also, I love the college-town atmosphere and the pride felt by every Badger.
What does it mean to be a Badger?: It means having the privilege to represent one of the most amazing Universities in the country.
Spot on campus: Camp Randall Stadium on Football Saturday
Cartoon Character: Scooby-Doo
Movie: Pride and Prejudice
TV Show: ER
Book: Harry Potter Series
Car: Jeep Grand Cherokee
Athlete: Roger Federer
Sports team: Green Bay Packers
First started soccer (age and/or grade): 5?
Most memorable soccer game: UW vs Penn State Fall 2010- Winning 3-2
Favorite thing to do off the field with my teammates is: Scoot around in a huge pack with everyone honking their horn
Most memorable soccer achievement: Playing for the US U-18 National Team... wearing the gold uniform, standing on the field for the National Anthem, and scoring goals.
This summer, I: I played for the FC Milwaukee WPSL team, studied for the MCAT and biked.
The best thing about McClimon is: The fake coyote that keeps away the geese.
What would you be doing if you weren't playing collegiate soccer? Volunteering/working with Spanish-speakers around Madison.
The best thing about Madison is: Support for sports teams.
Dream as a collegiate player: Win the Big Ten championship.
Fantasy job/career: Radiation oncologist
My secret addiction is: Desperate Housewives
Weird thing about me that almost no one knows: I love looking at architecture magazines, especially blueprints to houses.
The community service activity or group I most like: Visiting the American Family Children's Hospital with teammates.
If you could guest star in a TV show it would be: Friends
If you could be on the cover of a magazine it would be: People (the 100 most beautiful people edition :)
You won't catch me eating: Anything grape flavored
Greatest Invention of the last 100 years: iPhone
If I could live any place in the world it would be: Downtown Boston
If I could live in any time period, it would be: During the Revolutionary War (late 1700s)
A non-athletic talent I have is: Speaking Spanish
Non-athletic talent I would like to have is: Play the violin
If I could meet three people from throughout history they would be: George Washington, Jane Austen, Roger Federer
If I had a million dollars: I would travel the world.
If you could have any talent: To be able to cook.
One thing I absolutely have to do before turning 40: Ski/Snowboard in Colorado.
Post-college plans: Medical School
If I could have one superpower, it would be: Fly
My dream date would be: Getting dressed up, going out to eat in downtown NYC and then seeing a Broadway Musical
I am most thankful for: My family.
My favorite quote or motto is: ''Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.'' - Goethe