Hemeon selected to Senior All-Star Game

BY DI STAFF | OCTOBER 30, 2014 5:00 AM

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Iowa senior and team captain Dani Hemeon has been selected by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association to participate in the Senior All-Star Game.

The game will take place on Nov. 22 at the University of Maryland, host site for the 2014 NCAA field-hockey semifinals. The game will feature 38 seniors from across the nation and will commence with two 30-minute halves. The Gilroy, California, native is one of seven representatives from the Big Ten.

Hemeon has 7 goals and 18 points for the No. 14 Hawkeyes this season. She leads Iowa with 66 shots and 6 defensive saves.

She has started 59 games in the Black and Gold and played in all 78 through her four years in Iowa City.

She is the first Hawkeye to make the team since former Hawkeyes Jess Barnett and Merty McGraw made the squad in 2012.

— by Ryan Rodriguez

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