About Romansky: A well rounded attacking player ... Had a great sophomore campaign ... A disciplined, hard working athlete.
2008: Started in all 26 games ... NFHCA All-Region ... Record ten goals including game-winner over Virginia in NCAA quarterfinals (Nov. 16) ... Tallied eight assists, including three during the NCAA Tournament ... Assisted in Hilary Moore's second goal in Wake's 3-2 overtime victory over Syracuse in NCAA semifinals ... Logged first goal of the season against Michigan (Aug. 31) ... Tied career high mark of two goals against Duke on Sept. 13 ... Tied a second time in ACC Tournament vs. Boston College (Nov. 6) ... Had a career-high five points against BC (Nov. 6) with two goals and one assist.
2007: Played in 22 games with eight starts ... Netted four goals including two game-winners ... Assisted on two goals ... Posted the game-winning goal against Duke in the opening round of the ACC tournament (Nov. 1) ... Earned post-season starts against UNC (Nov. 4) and Michigan State (Nov. 10) ... Earned regular season ACC starts against North Carolina (Sept. 29) and Maryland (Sept. 22) ... Registered two goals against Ohio (Sept. 15).
2006: Played in nine games ... Took two shots, both on goal.
Background: Played four years of varsity field hockey at Villa Maria Academy ... A two-time High School Lacrosse All-American ... Named the Main Line Times Player of the Year in 2005 and to the Main Line Times All Star Team in 2004 and 2005 ... Also named the Daily Local Athlete of the Year in 2005 and to the Daily Local All Area Field Hockey first team in 2004 and 2005 ... Named to the All State Pennsylvania team in 2004 and 2005 ... An AACA League All Star in 2004 and 2005 ... Played for the Malvern Wave and advanced to the 2004 National Field Hockey Tournament Pool finals... Played with the W.C. Eagles Field Hockey Club.
Personal: Kim Romansky was born on June 14, 1988 ... Parents are Nicolas and Norma Romansky ... Has an older sister, Jamie, and a twin brother, Ian ... Father played soccer at Hartwick College ... Major is health and exercise science, minor is environmental science.