Stillwater’s Kenzie Hanzlik Sets Soccer Records at St. Cloud State

Kenzie Hanzlik, a resident of Stillwater, Minn. and graduate of Stillwater H.S., finished her collegiate soccer career at St. Cloud State University as the owner of several new career goalkeeping records for the Huskies.

A standout in the nets for the Huskies from 2010 to 2014, Hanzlik leaves the campus as the Huskies’ record holder for most career victories with 27 and most career shutouts with 17. Both of the old records were previously held by Elizabeth Kelly, who tallied 26 wins and 16 shutouts from 2006-09.

Hanzlik posted a career goals against average of 1.16, which ranks best among any SCSU goalkeeper with more than 1,000 minutes of career playing time. She also charted 264 saves during her collegiate career, which ranks fifth in the team records and she ranks second in the team records with 60 games played in the nets during her career.

She ranks fourth in the team records with a save percentage of .798, which included 64 goals allowed during her career.

A redshirt athlete during 2013, Hanzlik came back to complete her final year with the Huskies in 2014. She played in 11 games this season with a 1.47 goals against average, 60 saves, four shutouts, a 4-6-1 record and a .779 save rate.

She set a team record in 2011 with nine shutouts and was also named to the All-NSIC squad that season. Hanzlik is a 2010 graduate of Stillwater H.S.

The Huskies finished their 2014 season with a 6-11-1 overall record and a 5-9-1 record in the always rugged Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, which is one of the nation’s top NCAA Division II leagues.

Photo courtesy of St. Cloud State University.

 Photos courtesy of St. Cloud State Athletic Media Relations

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