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Janelle Jorczak   20
Janelle Jorczak

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Florence, Mass.

High School:
Northampton

Height:
5-4

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
06/28/1983


A physical athlete, Jorczak adds talent and skill to the forward line if 100% healthy...Recovering from slipped disk in back at start of season...Missed 2004 spring season studying abroad...Selected to NEC All-Academic Team as well as NFHCA Division I All-American Academic team as a junior and sophomore...Has seen limited action since her arrival, but figures to crack the rotation on a more regular basis with three years of experience under her belt...A four-year starter for Northampton High School where she received the Past Player Award for leadership as a senior...Chose Siena for its size and academic reputation...A marketing and management major at Siena who aspires to work for an advertising firm upon graduation...Also a member of the Siena Dance Team, and Sigma Beta Delta--the National Honor Society for business students...Daughter of David and Elizabeth Jorczak...Born June 28, 1983.

What do you like most about being a student athlete at Siena?

Being a student athlete at Siena gives me the opportunity to represent the College as an athlete, a member of a team and as an individual. Sports have a large impact on any college campus; therefore as a student athlete I have an important role on and off the field. Being a student athlete shows we can balance our time between school and sport, while bringing recognition to the school, and keeping our heads high no matter what the outcome may be. Being able to represent Siena in this way is what I love best about being a student athlete.

What will you miss most when you graduate?

The aspects of field hockey I will miss most are being part of a team, and playing the sport at a competitive level. I will miss the camaraderie with my teammates, and the encouragement and support we give each other throughout the season. Since the sport has been a part of my life for so many years, it is hard to think that come next year it won't have such a major role.

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