UD Field Hockey BIO
21 Greta Nauck

One-time letter winner for the Blue Hens • one of six international players on the roster in 2016 • great team player with an impressive skill set • displays a great amount of passion for the game, which energizes teammates • has experienced playing at the highest regional and national levels • Longstreth/NFHCA Second Team All-Region honoree.

Preseason All-CAA honoree.

Longstreth/NFHCA Second Team All-Region and CAA All-Rookie Team selection • appeared in all 22 contests for the three-time CAA Champion Blue Hens during rookie campaign • earned starting nod in 17 games • CAA All-Rookie Team honoree • finished season with 27 points, a mark good for second all-time for a freshman in single-season history • third on the team with 11 goals • ranked 10th in the CAA and 89th nationally with 1.23 points per game • also placed eighth in league standings and 81st in the NCAA with 0.5 goals per • two-time CAA Rookie of the Week (Oct. 27, Nov. 3) • ECAC Rookie of the Week (Nov. 4) • dished out first career assists (2) in 3-1 win at No. 19 Michigan State (Aug. 30), tying the Delaware single-game record for a freshman • registered first career goal in 4-1 victory at Fairfield (Sept. 4) • logged two points in three of first four collegiate contests • recorded first career hat trick in team’s 9-0 decision over Towson (Oct. 23) • added an assist against the Tigers for a season-high seven points • three goals is good to tie for third in Fred P. Rullo Stadium history and seventh in Delaware single season history • one of five freshman in program history to notch a hat trick • also set a new Fred P. Rullo Stadium record with 14 shots versus Towson • previous record was 10 by Casey Howard in 2009 • finished regular season with five points on two goals and an assist at Northeastern (Nov. 1) as team clinched CAA Tournament berth • set program CAA Tournament record with eight shots and seven shots on goal at No. 16 James Madison (Nov. 8) in the CAA Championship game • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Oct. 26).

Member of the Düsseldorfer Hockey Club from 2011-15 • throughout her tenure, club was five-time North Rhine-Westphalia Champions while also notching championships for Germany (Munich-Hohenkirchen), Germany (Düsseldorf) and Germany (Berlin) • played for Nicolai Sussenburger.

Greta Carina Johanna Nauck • born January 2, 1997 in Hamburg, Germany • daughter of Guenter and Helga Nauck • has an older brother, Nikolas • both parents are business executives in Germany • mother was a professional tennis player from 1981-84 and ranked as high as No. 5 in the World Junior Rankings and No. 126 in WTA Rankings • majoring in business • enjoys playing tennis, skiing/snowboarding, reading and playing the clarinet • biggest passion in life since the age of four has been playing field hockey • chose the University of Delaware because she can combine demanding study abroad academics with ambitious sports as a student-athlete.

Points:  7 vs. Towson (10/23/15)
Goals:   3 vs. Towson (10/23/15)
Assists:  2 at No. 19 Michigan State (8/30/15)
Shots:  14 vs. Towson (10/23/15)
SOG:  10 vs. Towson (10/23/15)

Year GP/GS Goals Assists Points Shots SOG GW PS-Att. Cnr DSv
2015 22/17 11 5 27 70 51 0 1-1 0 0
 TOTAL 22/17 11 5 27 70 51 0 1-1 0 0

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Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'9"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Krefeld, Germany
High School: Gymnasium am Moltkeplatz
Club: Düsseldorfer
Club Coach: Nicolai Sussenburger
Major: Business
Experience: 1 Letter
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