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Selenski Celebrates 100th Cap with USA Victory and Pivotal Goal

June 01, 2014, 1:02 p.m. (ET)

Selenski Celebrates 100th Cap with USA Victory and Pivotal Goal

Paige Selenski (Shavertown, Pa.) earned her 100th international cap in Team USA’s first match of the 2014 Rabobank Hockey World Cup against England. Selenski proved to be a tough match for England’s backfield, notching one goal in USA’s 2-1 victory over the 3rd ranked English squad.

Since joining the national team in 2009, Selenski has made a huge impact on the U.S. attack with her quick speed and impressive stick skills. No stranger to the world stage, Selenski competed for the red, white and blue at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Number 21 on the field was also a part of the 2011 Pan Am Cup squad who took home gold and the recent 2014 Champions Challenge championship team.

“It has been a long career,” said Selenski. “It has been four years since my first game. It’s definitely a lot of hard work and sacrifice but when you get to do something like this it’s just amazing. Games like these are so special and mean so much to you. I’m really thankful I get to share my 100th cap and the win with my team.” 

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