2012: All-South and Eastern Championship All-Tournament Second Team ... Southern Division Player of the Week once (Mar. 20) ... senior co-captain ... played in 34 games, starting 30 ... scored 23 goals, made 19 steals, 15 assists, eight blocks and drew 24 ejections ... integral defender who helped guide Tigers through 14-game season-opening winning streak ... scored a career-best three goals versus Mercyhurst (Feb. 11) ... scored three goals matching a career-high, made an assist and a block versus Wagner (Feb. 18) ... had two goals, an assist and a steal versus both Bucknell (Feb. 24) and Iona (Feb. 25) ... scored a goal, made a steal and drew a pair of ejections versus Brown (Mar. 4) ... set a new career-high with five ejections drawn at San Diego State (Mar. 18) ... drew two ejections, scored a goal and made an assist at George Washington (Mar. 30) ... tallied a pair of goals and assists, and made a steal versus Hartwick (Apr. 6) ... had two goals, an assist, a steal and an ejection drawn versus George Washington (Apr. 13) ... had a pair of steals, a goal, an assist, a block and an ejection drawn versus Bucknell (Apr. 14).
2011: Audrey Zak appeared in all 29 games as a junior and scored 12 goals for the Tigers. She added 14 assists, eight steals, 12 blocks and drew 17 ejections. Zak was voted a captain for her senior season following the year. Zak had three two-goal games during the season, scoring twice in wins over George Washington and Cal State Bakersfield, and a loss to Indiana at the Eastern Championships. Zak added single goals in wins over Harvard, Concordia, Sonoma State and Villanova. She started the season witha ssists in four straight games, including two-assists performances against Brown and Colorado State. She also added two assists in the Sonoma State win. She also added a pair of two-steal games and had three drawn ejections in a loss to Indiana and a win over Bucknell.
2010: Zak appeared in 28 games as a sophomore, starting three games late in the season. Zak scored nine goals and added a pair of assists, 11 steals and made four field blocks. Zak scored in Princeton's season-opening win over Gannon, and added two goals in a win over Iona during the ECAC Championship. Zak also scored in wins over Harvard and Brown during the Elite Eight Tournament. Zak added goals in wins over Sonoma State and Maryland, and scored in the Eastern semifinal loss to Michigan. Zak started both games during the Southern Championship and recorded two steals and two field blocks in the champioship game against Bucknell.
2009: Zak scored 18 goals and added 10 assists and 20 steals in her first season at Princeton. Zak had a strong start and finish to the season. She scored five goals and addedseven assists in her first seven games. She then closed the year with 10 goals in her final nine games. Zak recorded a pair of two-goal games against Maryland and Indiana. She also added goals against Mercyhurts, Villanova, Harvard and Brown. Zak had a season-high three assists in a win over Harvard.
Zak was a three-year starter at Carlsbad High School and helped her team to CIF runner-up finishes the last two seasons. As a senior, Zak served as her team’s captain and was a first-team all-league and All-CIF selection. She was also named Scholar-Athlete of the Year San Diego and her team’s most valuable defensive player and most valuable all-around player. Zak was her team’s most valuable player as a junior as Carlsbad won its league title.
| Career Highs
|| 3, 2x MR vs. Wagner (2/18/12)
|Assists||3, vs. Harvard (2/21/09)|
||3, 3x MR vs. Marist (2/18/12)|
| Ejections Drawn
||5 at San Diego State (3/18/12)|
|Blocks|| 3, 2x MR vs. Harvard (4/9/11)
Career Awards and Honors
All-South Second Team (2012)
Eastern Championship All-Tournament Second Team (2012)
Southern Division Player of the Week (3/20/12)
|Major:||Chemical & Biological Engineering|