|High School:||Eagle HS '07|
2009: Had an outstanding junior season as a member of Eastern’s defensive unit, earning All-Big Sky honorable mention accolades. Also named to the Big Sky All-Academic team for the second-consecutive year. Started all 17 games in which she played during the 2009 campaign. Helped EWU post five shutouts during the year, four of which came against conference opponents. Also played an important role in solidifying the school’s all-time longest unbeaten streak of six games, which the Eagles held from Sept. 25-Oct. 16. Tallied one assist in Eastern’s 5-1 rout of South Dakota (Sept. 27), when she placed a corner kick perfectly inside the box, allowing Melanie Kitsman to slot home an impressive header ball.
2008: Kreminski saw action in 17 games in 2008 and started 12 contests that year. Following the season, she was rewarded for her impressive showings on and off the field with Big Sky All-Academic team accolades. The defender had a pair of shots on goal in 2008, one at Washington State and the other at home versus Northern Colorado.
2007: Played four games for the Eagles as a freshman, recording one shot.
High School: Kreminski helped lead the 2004 and 2005 Eagle High School squads to the school’s first-ever state championship in the sport of soccer. The 2006 team also had an outstanding year, going 15-1-3 and winning a district title. Her senior year, Kreminski earned first team 5A All-State honors. She also won four state titles with her club team, the Capitals.
Personal: Daughter of Steve and Anne Kreminski. Majoring in business management. Her sister, Halley, is a junior midfielder with the Portland Pilots.