Warren Hills HS
At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad and a two-year letterwinner • will battle for starting spot at forward as a junior • has appeared in 27 career games with five starts and recorded four goals and two assists.
2011 Season: Appeared in 16 games that included five starts during her sophomore season • led team to Colonial Athletic Association Tournament berth for first-year head coach Rolf van de Kerkhof • tied for fifth on the UD squad with four goals and fifth on the team with 10 points • fifth on the team with 20 shots • scored first collegiate goal on Aug. 26 vs. Bryant in 7-1 victory • added goals vs. Villanova, Appalachian State, and VCU • had an assist in a 5-0 victory over Villanova on Sept. 4 and vs. Temple on Sept. 16.
2010 Season: Appeared in 11 games during her freshman campaign to earn first letter • registered two shots during the year • team went 8-10 under head coach Carol Miller.
High School:Four-year starter and letterwinner for head coach Laurie Kerr at Warren Hills High School • led Warren Hills to a 21-3-1 record, the best record in school history • team was the Skyland Conference Delaware West Champion, Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Champions, North II Group II Sectional Champions, and Group III New Jersey State runners-up in 2009 • team rankings voted the Star Ledger: No. 8 in New Jersey, No. 1 in West Jersey, and No. 2 in New Jersey Group III • scored 39 goals and 39 assists for 117 points in her four-year career • team went 68-19-2 over her career • two-time All-Skyland Conference and All-Area Express-Times selection • named Express-Times and Star Ledger West Jersey Player of the Year as a senior • All-State Group III honoree • named team MVP in 2008-09 • named Futures Elite Athlete in Futures program • played for Jersey Intensity club team which won two gold medals at Festival and two more at indoor nationals.
Personal: Toni Lynn Popinko ("puh-pinko") • daughter of James and Sylvia Popinko • born March 19, 1992 • health and physical education major at Delaware • aspires to become a coach at the college level • has two younger sisters, Tori and Tali.
Career Statistics at Delaware
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