Washington 2012 (Junior): Played in 36 minutes of the season-opener at Seattle U ... took three shots, two on goal ... came in off the bench at Colgate and Syracuse ... took a team-high four shots at Colgate, two on goal ... took four shots, all on goal, scoring her first goal of the season in the 82nd minute on an assist by Lindsay Elston ... played 50 minutes in the game off the bench ... took four shots, two on goal off the bench vs. Fresno State ... scored the game-winner in the 73rd minute from an assist by Elston ... assisted Jaclyn Softli's game-winner goal in the 56th minute at Gonzaga ... earned the start vs. Notre Dame and took one shot ... took one shot off the bench at Utah State ... earned the start at BYU ... took two shots off the bench in 47 minutes in the Pac-12 opener at USC ... played 41 minutes off the bench at Colorado ... took one shot in 36 minutes at Utah ... took two shots in 59 minutes vs. Arizona ... earned the start vs. ASU ... took two shots, one on goal ... took one shot on goal vs. No. 3 UCLA playing off the bench ... earned the start at No. 25 Cal and took two shots on goal ... came in off the bench at No. 2 Stanford.
2011 (Sophomore):Had a breakout sophomore season ... was awarded Goal of the Year by the team ... Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic ... appeared in all 20 games, getting nine starts ... had four goals, two assists and 18 shots ... was third on the team with 10 points ... had a game-winning goal against New Mexico at the Portland/Nike Invitational on Sept. 11 with 26 seconds left in 2OT to give UW the tournament title ... had an unassisted goal against USF on Sept. 25 seconds after USF took the lead ... also scored against Seattle University (Sept. 4) and Utah (Oct. 9) ... had a season-high five shots against USF.
2010 (Freshman): Really improved throughout the season and became a solid contributor off of the bench ... played in 17 games, making her Husky debut at UMass on Aug. 27 ... earned her first career start against No. 2 Portland in the NCAA Second Round on Nov. 14 ... played a career-high 103 minutes in that game ... took the 10th UW PK vs. Portland in the Second Round, making her attempt ... took six shots on the season, one on goal ... had four shots vs. Oklahoma in the NCAA First Round (Nov. 12) ... also took a shot at USC on Oct. 31 and at No. 2 Portland in the NCAA Second Round ... tallied her first career assist on Jessie Young's goal in the 90th minute in the Pac-10 opener vs. Arizona (Oct. 8).
High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner at King's High School in Shoreline, Wash. ... had an outstanding career at King's, scoring 78 goals and dishing out 40 assists in her four years and leading her team to a pair of league titles ... team also won a regional title to go along with three third-place finishes in state ... was the Cascade League MVP her senior year along with being named to the Seattle Times Star Times team ... two-time all-state selection ... named First-Team All-Cascade League three teams along with earning Second-Team honors her freshman year ... cousin of former UW women's soccer player Louise Albin ... played for Eastside FC club team ... carried a 3.99 GPA.
Personal: Hillary Jan Zevenbergen ... parents are Nancy and John Zevenbergen ... has an older brother, John, who rowed at Santa Clara ... sister, Haley, played soccer for Yale ... also has a cousin, Lily, who currently plays soccer at Boston U ... comes from a family that bleeds Purple and Gold as her father, John Zevenbergen, rowed for UW and the 1981 and 1983 Natonal Team winning a bronze medal at the World Championships in Germany ... her mother, Nancy, played for the UW women's basketball team while her cousin, Mike Russell, played football in 2006-07 ... uncle, Phillip, was a UW basketball player in 1984-85 and another uncle, David, rowed for the Huskies from 1982-85 ... Chose UW over Duke, Fairfield and Columbia.
Coach Gallimore on Zevenbergen: "Hillary is an extremely skillful player and can penetrate successfully by passing or dribbling. She has good deception with the ball and her stature makes her difficult to mark, in and around the goal. She's very capable of scoring with either foot and we are looking for her to be a threat whether coming out of the midfield or playing up front."
GETTING TO KNOW Hillary Zevenbergen
"It's Raining Men"
Strangest thing a coach ever said to you
Favorite part of being a Husky
Favorite restaurant in Seattle
Favorite place to hang out in Seattle
Favorite place on UW campus
Current cell phone ring tone
If you could guest star on a TV show, what would it be?
Biggest celebrity crush
Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift card
If you could have dinner with one person, who would it be
Why did you choose your number
That's what they gave me.
Random fact people wouldn't know about Hillary Zevenbergen
If you could trade places with a teammate for a day, who would it be and why