CAREER: Started 50 of her 52 games played at Pitt...totaled 16 points on 76 shots, scored seven goals, and registered four assists...scored first-ever game-winning goal in 2005 vs. Providence.
2005: Started 16 of 18 games played in 2005...led team in goals scored (3), shots (43) and points (6)...registered career high nine shots, scored goals vs. USF (Oct. 7)...scored goals vs. Rutgers (Oct. 2)...scored first game-winning goal vs. Providence (Oct. 21)...only player on year to score back-to-back games (vs. Rutgers, vs USF).
2004: Sebesta started all 17 games for the Panthers...emerged as a consistent performer in the Pitt midfield...registered the second highest number of shots on the team with 21...scored her first career goal against Eastern Michigan (Aug. 27)...three points (one goal and one assist) in a 4-1 win over Duquesne (Sept. 3)...assisted Kristina Francois in a 1-0 victory over St. Francis (Pa.) (Oct. 19)...scored her last goal of the season against Villanova (Oct. 24).
2003: Started all 17 games for the Panthers in the midfield...finished the season with 12 shots and two assists coming against Maryland-Baltimore County (Sept. 6) and Robert Morris (Oct. 15).
HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team All-League and first-team All-Area midfielder for Catasauqua High School as a senior...earned The Morning Call Athlete of the week honors...member of the Western League Rapids club team...honorable mention All-League and All-Area selection in basketball as a senior...treasurer of SADD and president of the varsity "C" club.
PERSONAL: Born July 10, 1985...daughter of Eugene and Roberta Sebesta, Jr...has one brother and one sister...majors in pre-allied health careers.
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