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22 Emmeline Oltmans

Three-time letter winner for the Blue Hens • one of six international players on the squad in 2016 • 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; 49), goalie minutes played (third; 4485), goals against average (fifth; 1.87), shutouts (t-eighth; 8.2) and saves (ninth; 226).

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.

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 • second 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) • tallied 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 • missed 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 • collected 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 • 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
 TOTAL 66/65 4485:57 49*-17 120 1.87 226 .653 8.2

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

Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Baarn, The Netherlands
High School: Het Baarnsch Lyceum
Major: Biological Science
Experience: 3 Letters
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