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Hong Tallies All-America Honors for the Second Consecutive Year

Hong Tallies All-America Honors for the Second Consecutive Year

BRIDGEPORT, Pa.- In her final season with the Crimson, Kristen Hong earned Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches Association All-America honorable mention honors, as announced earlier this week. This marks the second straight year the senior has been selected.

Hong adds All-America honors to her All-CWPA Division I first team and CWPA All-Tournament first team selections. In her senior season, the attacker led the team in scoring for the fourth consecutive year with 74 goals, 40 assists, 15 steals, 28 drawn kick outs and four blocks. Additionally, Hong becomes the all-time leading scorer after she broke the 250-career goals milestone against George Washington on March 30. Throughout her four years Hong has tallied numerous accolades, while recording 275 goals, 131 assists, 128 steals, 10 blocks and 28 drawn kick outs.

Harvard finished the year 21-8 and fourth in the CWPA for its best record since 2016. The team concluded its season with 20-plus wins for the fifth time in program history.

 

 

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