Kozniuk named a Third Team All-American for the second consecutive year
Earned All-ACC honors for the third time in her career and All-South Region accolades for the fourth time after being named to the Second Team ... Received the Weaver-James-Corrigan ACC postgraduate scholarship following the season ... Played and started all 20 contests for Wake Forest ... Shifted into a midfield role after spending much of 2011 as a forward ... Finished third on the squad with six goals and fourth with 14 points ... Tied for the team lead with 31 shots on goal and led the squad in total shots with 52 ... Tallied the third hat trick of her career with three goals against Appalachian State (Sep. 14) ... Starred on Senior Day with a pair of goals, including the game-winner, against California (Oct. 21) ... Also scored against Princeton (Sep. 2) ... Recorded her two assists on the season against Delaware (Sep. 23) and Radford (Oct. 17) ... Fired a season-high eight shots against Ohio (Oct. 3) ... Finished her career for Wake Forest with 74 starts in 78 appearances, 39 goals, 12 assists and 90 points.
2011 (Junior) Earned her second consecutive spot on the All-ACC squad and third straight nomination to the All-Region team ... Played in every game and made 18 starts for the Demon Deacons ... Scored a goal in consecutive games early in the season, including games against Syracuse on Sept. 3 and Louisville on Sept. 4 ... Took a season-high 10 shots, including five shots on goal, at Ohio State, but was unable to find the back of the cage ... Had a season-high five points with a goal and three assists at Delaware on Sept. 25 ... Recorded another assist at Temple on Oct. 8 ... Scored seven goals during a four-game stretch from Oct. 11-22 ... Had two goals against Davidson (Oct. 11), Liberty (Oct. 14) and Virginia (Oct. 22), while tallying a goal and an assist against Radford (Oct. 18) ... Came through with a fantastic performance in the first round of the ACC Tournament, scoring a hat trick to help down Boston College (Nov. 3).
2010 (Sophomore) Played in every game for the Demon Deacons and made 18 starts ... Was named Preseason All-ACC prior to the start of the season ... Selected to the All-ACC Field Hockey team as announced by the conference on Nov. 3 ... Named as a Third Team NFHCA All-American ... Named to the First Team NFHCA All-South Region for the second year in a row ... Finished the season first on the team in scoring with 9 goals after leading the team in scoring as a freshman ... Rae scored two goals to in the season opener against Iowa on Aug. 28 ... Scored a goal in three straight games, including Lafayette on Sept. 4, Longwood on Sept. 7 and Duke on Sept. 11 ... Also had her first assist of the year against Longwood ... Helped the Demon Deacons defeat Duke in penalty strokes by putting the game-winning stroke past the Blue Devil keeper in the seventh round ... Scored Wake's first goal of the game in a 3-2 OT loss to Ohio State on Sept. 19 ... Found the back of the cage once against Maryland on Sept. 25 ... Snapped a six-game scoreless streak with a goal and an assist in a 9-1 win over Appalachian State on Oct. 24 ... Put the Deacs up 1-0 with a goal against Boston College in the First Round of the ACC Tournament on Nov. 4 ... Dished out an assist in the ACC Tournament Semifinals against Maryland on Nov. 5 ... Assisted on Wake's only goal in a 3-1 loss to Princeton on Nov. 13 in the First Round of the NCAA Division I Field Hockey Championship.
2009 (Freshman) Had a dynamic freshman campaign in 19 appearances and 18 starts for the Demon Deacons ... Was named Second Team All-South Region ... Earned a spot on the Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad ... Led the team with 11 goals and 23 points in her inaugural season ... Also dished out one assist ... Scored her first two collegiate goals in a 2-1 victory against Michigan on Aug. 30 ... Scored another game winner in a 4-3 win over Providence College on Oct. 17 in which she completed the hat trick with three goals ... Found the back of the net multiple times against Appalachian State on Oct. 4 with two goals in a 6-0 victory ... Also dished out her only career assist against Appalachian State ... Tallied one goal apiece against James Madison (Sept. 6), Duke (Sept. 12), Virginia (Oct. 11) and Boston College (Nov. 5).
Background Selected to play on New Zealand's underage national team ... State champion with Moorebank Club in NSW State League (Australia) ... went to nationals with Canterbury's U18 team ... Played and captained at the National School Girls Tournament.
Personal Full name is Elizabeth Charlotte Rae ... Born October 19, 1991 ... Parents are Christine and Gavin Rae ... Is currently undecided on a major ... Has four siblings: Daniel (26), Rebecca (30) (a professional triathlete), Hannah (28) and Ben (23) (plays for the Cantebury cricket New Zealand league) ... Has represented Cantebury in field hockey, soccer and cricket.