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Emmeline Oltmans
Player Profile:
Emmeline Oltmans 1882573
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Baarn, The Netherlands
High School: Het Baarnsch Lyceum
Major: Biological Sciences
Experience: 3 Letters

   · Four-time letter winner for the Blue Hens
   · One of seven international players on the squad in 2017
   · Has been exposed to a high quality level of competition
   · Proven to be a reliable and successful goalkeeper
   · In the Top 10 of five career statistical categories: wins (first; 63), goalie minutes played (first; 5731), goals against average (fifth; 1.75), shutouts (seventh; 10.6) and saves (sixth; 286).

   · Team captain alongside defender Kayla Devlin
   · CAA Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year
   · All-CAA First Team
Preseason All-CAA
   · CAA Player of the Week (Sept. 19)
   · NFHCA D1 Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 20)
   · Played in all 20 games and started 19 for the five time CAA Champion Blue Hens.
   · Ranked 9th nationally for goals against average, 1.28.
   · Ranked 9th nationally for goalie win-loss percentage, 0.737.
   · Ranked 35th nationally for save percentage, 0.723.

   · Longstreth/NFHCA All-Mid Atlantic Region Second Team selection
   · Helped guide the Blue Hens to the program's first-ever NCAA Division I Championship while registering a team-record and nation-best 23 victories and 90.2 winning percentage
   · NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player after averaging 6.75 saves with a 1.49 GAA in wins over No. 9 Louisville, No. 1 Duke, No. 14 Princeton and No. 4 North Carolina • CAA All-First Team
   · CAA All-Tournament Team
   · UD Alumni Association Team MVP
   · Team Defensive Player of the Year
   · Ranked 13th nationally with a 1.42 season GAA and 22nd with a .729 save percentage
   · Also 64th with 3.44 saves per game
   · Led the CAA with four shutouts (at No. 5 Virginia, at No. 19 James Madison, vs. Northeastern, vs. No. 9 Louisville)
   · Also split shutouts with fellow goalie Sydney Rhodes at Towson, at No. 19 American, vs. Drexel (twice) and vs. James Madison
   · First in program single-season history with 23 wins and second with 1578:10 goalie minutes played
   · Named the CAA Player of the Week, Longstreth/NFHCA Division I Weekly Honorable Mention and National 5&10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Sept. 6) after recording a career-best 11 saves while holding No. 5 Virginia scoreless
   · Tied career-high with 11 saves in 3-2 overtime upset at No. 1 Duke (Nov. 13) to set new program NCAA Tournament record
   · Synapse Sports Division I Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 14)
   · ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad •
   · Chi Alpha Sigma (National College Athlete Honor Society)
   · CoSIDA Academic All-American nominee
   · CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.

   · Appeared in all 22 games for the three-time CAA Champion Blue Hens
   · Placed second in the CAA and 32nd in NCAA Division I rankings with a 2.09 goals allowed average
   · Tied for first in the league with four shutouts and sixth with 47 saves
   · Also 67th nationally with 3.09 saves per game and 75th with .591 save percentage
   · Finished 10th nationally with .727 win percentage
   · S
econd in program history with 16 victories on the year and 1571 minutes played
   · Posted shutouts against Cornell (Sept. 6), Pacific (Sept. 20), William & Mary (Oct. 2) and Towson (Oct. 23)
   · Notched a career-high eight saves in loss at No. 5 Duke (Sept. 25)
   · T
allied seven saves versus No. 5 Virginia (Oct. 18)
   · Collected six total saves in wins over Hofstra and No. 16 James Madison in the CAA Tournament
   · Followed with five saves in NCAA First Round game at No. 4 Virginia (Nov. 14)
   · ZAG Field Hockey/NFHCA National Academic Squad
   · CAA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll.

   · Started all 19 games played during freshman campaign in which the Blue Hens won their second consecutive CAA Championship en route to the second straight NCAA Tournament appearance
   · M
issed three games due to a knee injury
   · CAA All-Rookie Team honoree
   · Placed fourth in the CAA and 40th in NCAA Division I rankings with 2.15 goals allowed per game
   · Recorded 72 total saves at a clip of 3.79 per game
   · Posted .637 save percentage
   · C
ollected a season-high seven saves versus No. 2 North Carolina (Sept. 7) and at Princeton on Oct. 10
   · Tallied five saves in Delaware's 3-0 shutout victory over Villanova (Sept. 19)
   · Earned CAA Rookie of the Week honors on Sept. 2 and Sept. 23
   · Named the Corvias ECAC Co-Rookie of the Week on Sept. 24
   · Finished season with a 10-9 record in 1336:58 minutes played
   · Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad
   · CAA Academic Honor Roll.

   · Multi-sport athlete and three-year field hockey starter at Het Baarnsch Lyceum
   · During her tenure, team won two national league championships
   · Perennially one of the best goalies in the region
   · Trained with multiple successful international players in Nastasja Erasmus, Arek Matuszak, Vincent van de Peppel and Joyce Sombroek
   · Also competed in judo, soccer and softball
   · Participated in the annual national Math Olympiad.

   · Emmeline (“emm—UH—lean—UH”) Roosmarijn Oltmans (“OLE—manz”)
   · Born October 8, 1995 in Baarn, The Netherlands
   · Daughter of Freerk and Raiza Oltmans
   · Has two siblings, Anne-fleur and Rembrandt
   · Majoring in biological science with a minor in exercise science
   · Has goals of becoming a physician/researcher
   · Enjoys cycling, charity runs and socializing with friends
   · Lists favorite sports team as the Men's 1st Team Schawerweijde Mixed Hockey Club
   · Spent summer of 2017 as a research assistant in the UD Physical Therapy Department
   · Chose the University of Delaware because of the quality of education, the good future career opportunities, the talented field hockey team and ambitious coaching staff
   · Also loved the energy and enthusiasm of the players and support staff.

Saves: 11 – 2x, last at No. 1 Duke (11/13/16 – NCAA Tournament)

Year GP/GS Min. W-L Goals GAA Saves Pct. ShO
2014 19/19 1336:58 10-9 41 2.15 72 .637 0/1
2015 22/22 1570:49 16-6 47 2.09 68 .591 4
2016 25/24 1578:10 23*^-2 32 1.42 86 .729 4/1
2017 20/19 1245:48 14-5 23 1.29 60 .723 2/4
 TOTAL 86/84 5730:105 63*-22 143 1.74 246 .67

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* - University of Delaware record
^ - Led NCAA Division I rankings

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