All-ACC Academic Team (2011)
International Experience: Named to U.S. Under-21 and Under-19 teams in summer of 2011...competed in Junior World Cup in Germany in 2013...scored a goal as Team USA won bronze in Junior Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico in Sept. 2012...team clinched bid to 2013 World Cup ...member of USA Indoor National team...played for championship team at High Performance in 2010...member of U.S. Under-19 team...twice competed In Junior Olympics with Under-17 team.
As a junior in 2013: Started in 16 of 19 games played...scored first goal of the year when she tipped in a loose ball in front of the cage vs. #20 New Hampshire (Aug. 31)...scored Terps' second goal in seventh minute and assisted on seventh goal in 8-3 rout of #17 Drexel (Sept. 8)...scored go-ahead goal in 25th minute with backhanded shot into the net vs. #15 Wake (Sept. 20)...assisted on McEvoy's goal off a corner in Terps' win over Michigan (Sept. 22)...assisted on Terps' final goal with 5:42 to play vs. #15 Old Dominion (Oct. 20)...missed three games due to knee injury suffered vs. #5 Virginia (Oct. 25)...scored twice in Terps' 4-1 win over #18 American in NCAA First Round, once off a pass from Witmer and once off a corner (Nov. 16)...member of 2013 ACC Championship team...given the Kateri Simon Award at the team's annual banquet, which is the unsung hero award...named the recipient as the athlete that has persevered in times of adversity and has displayed courage while bringing positive energy to all team sessions.
As a sophomore in 2012: Started in 20 of the Terps' 24 games...left team Sept. 8-23 to play with U.S. Under-21 Team in Mexico for Junior Pan Am Games...named to NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region Second Team...has scored in four of the five games she's played in...scored the game-winner at in the 37th minute at #16 California (Aug. 24)...also knocked in the game-winning shot off a loose ball after a penalty corner with 24 seconds left in double overtime at #11 Stanford (Aug. 26)...scored Terps lone goal in game vs. #3 Old Dominion with backhanded shot from top right corner of the circle in 61st minute (Aug. 31)...scored an had an assist in Terps' win over #15 Ohio State (Sept. 2)...in first game back with Terps, scored tying goal for a 1-1 game at #7 UVA in first half (Sept. 28)...scored Terps' first and fourth goals in a 6-0 rout of Temple (Sept. 30)...scored in game at #4 Princeton (Oct. 2)...had an assist in team's win over #24 Duke (Oct. 6)...had a goal and an assist in team's win UC Davis (Oct. 14)...scored in Terps' 9-0 rout of Towson (Oct. 16)...notched two assists on Sprink's two goals off corners in Terps' overtime thriller vs. #1 North Carolina (Oct. 20)...had an assist vs. American (Oct. 22)...notched three assists in Terps' run to the ACC Championship game, including two in the Semifinal win over #6 Virginia (Nov. 2) and one in the final vs. #1 North Carolina (Nov. 4).
As a freshman in 2011: Named to womensfieldhockey.com's All-Rookie Squad and NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region First Team...started in all 23 games...down 2-0 with four minutes left, she tipped in a baseline pass from Tibble to send in the Terps' first goal vs. No. 1 North Carolina (Nov. 20)...scored first goal of the game and notched an assist on the game-winner in Terps' NCAA Second Round win vs. Syracuse (Nov. 13)...dished two assists on penalty corners in Terrapins' NCAA First Round win over Iowa (Nov. 12)...had a career-high two assists at Rutgers in regular season finale (Oct. 30)...notched first career hat trick, including game-winner, vs. Drexel (Oct. 26)...had seven points total in that game...scored game-winner at American when she scored twice within the 38th minute (Oct. 16)...drilled in Terps' second goal vs. No. 1 Old Dominion from the top of the circle (Oct. 14)...notched an assist on Buckley's game-winner at No. 8 Duke (Oct. 8)...scored in six straight games (Sept. 10-27)...gave the Terps a 3-2 lead at No. 8 Boston College with a goal in the 46th minute (Sept. 16)...notched a goal and an assist vs. Villlanova (Sept. 11)......scored vs. Northwestern with a backdoor shot off of a corner (Sept. 10)scored first two career goals at Temple (Aug. 29)...notched first career assist vs. No. 19 Boston University (Aug. 26)...named to ACC All-Academic Team.
Before Maryland: Starting forward for the Academy of Notre Dame for all four years...also played basketball and lacrosse...team won league championship all four years for first time in school history...three-time First Team All-Interac, All-Main Line and All-Southeast PA...2010 Delaware County Player of the Year...named a 2009 Second Team All-American...also played for Richard and Jun Kentwell for WC Eagles in Spring City, Pa....team won National Field Hockey Festival 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010...team also won National Indoor Tournament in 2010.
Personal: Parents are Bill and Jackie Gerzabek...has two younger brothers, Michael and Jack...lists biggest athletic thrill as going to Uruguay with U.S. Under-17 team...chose Maryland for the feeling of being on the campus, the field hockey program and the coaches...education major...intends to be a high school teacher.
GERZABEK'S CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 3, vs. Drexel (Oct. 26, 2011)
Assists: 2, 4X (last vs. #6 Virginia, Nov. 2, 2012)
Points: 7, vs. Drexel (Oct. 26, 2011)