Four Aggies earn All-Big West Accolades Kohlmoos and Virgil received first team honors for their final Aggie season, while Tocchini and Schafle scored honorable mentions
The Aggies finished their 2018 season with an 18-12 overall record
UC Davis takes on No. 3 Cal at the Schaal Aquatics Center before heading to the Big West Conference Championships the following week (Apr. 27-29)
The Aggies are now 3-1 in Big West Conference Play
After this match, UC Davis is scheduled to play one more game before the Big West Conference tournament on Apr. 27
2017: Played all 34 games with 660 minutes of play… Was the leader in goals scored throughout the season with 66 goals, currently No. 6 in UC Davis history… Placed in second for the 2017 statistical leaders in the Big West Conference… Also collected a total of seven assists, 25 steals, 48 drawn exclusions, and four field blocks… Was the top scorer for the Aggies in 16 games, which included a seven-game streak between Feb. 19-Mar. 5. Scored a total of six hat tricks… Had back-to-back games with more than one assist in the weekend of Mar. 5 and Mar. 11, and had more than one steal on eight different occasions… The six goals scored in the game against Hartwick’s team ties in fourth in the UC Davis record book… Received both the ACWPC All-America’s Honorable Mention and ACWPC All-Academic Outstanding award… Also captured First Team All-Conference and Big West Conference All-Academic honors.2016: Played in all 30 games for 312 minutes... Hit 27 goals with 2 assists, 8 steals and 24 drawn exclusions... Had team's highest goals-per-minute average... Scored 8 goals in Big West Conference play, tops on the team, despite logging just 51 minutes in those five games... Hit 14 goals in final seven games, including hat tricks at CSUN (4/10) and Cal State Monterey Bay (4/17)... Nabbed two steals each vs. Azusa Pacific (3/11) and Long Beach State (3/26)... Earned All-Academic from both ACWPC (Outstanding category) and Big West Conference.
2015: Appeared in 32 games for 351 minutes... Scored 19 goals with an assist and 14 steals... Totaled 18 drawn exclusions, including 3 five-meter penalties... Hit 9 goals in a four-game home stretch from 3/8 through 3/16, including first career hat trick vs. Marist (3/15)... Had an unoficial hat trick two months prior: three goals in LouStrong Memorial exhibition vs. Brazil (1/17)... Earned ACWPC All-Academic.
GRANADA HS '14: Set a school record of 146 goals as a junior, then broke it with 152 in her senior year... Three-time All-North Coast Section choice, including first-team distinction in final two seasons... Made All-East Bay Athletic League first-team for three straight years... Four-time Offensive MVP... Netted goals totals of 49 and 81 in her freshman and sophomore years, respectively... Totaled 319 career steals, including 113 in 2012 and 108 in 2013... Won school's Female Athlete of the Year as a senior... Played club ball for 680 Drivers WPC, helping 18U team to Cal Cup title and third-place showing at U.S. club championship.
PERSONAL: Born in Palo Alto, Calif.... Majoring in cinema & digital media... Parents are Michael & Rebecca Kohlmoos... Enjoys entertaining her family by reenacting Saturday Night Live sketches... Proudest personal accomplishment was winning the Livermore-Granada 2014 Olympian Scholar Award.
No. 8 UC Davis falls to No.17 UCSB
No. 8 UC Davis gets the win over No. 20 CSUN
No. 8 Aggies prepare to face No. 20 CSUN and No. 17 UCSB
Kohlmoos earns Big West Player of the Week honors
No. 10 UC Davis upsets No. 7 UC Irvine, 9-8
No. 10 Aggies host No. 7 UC Irvine
No. 10 Aggies edged by No. 5 Hawai'i
UC Davis prepares to face
No. 5 Hawai'i