Jacqueline “Jakie” Kohli
Jakie Kohli finished her collegiate career at Indiana University in 2013 with 244 goals, just three shy of the school’s all-time scoring record. She is also second all-time in career steals (276) and third all-time in career assists (134). As a sophomore she set the Hoosiers single-season scoring record with 80 goals. Kohli was twice named to the Academic All-Big Ten team. As a junior she was named to the Western Division All-Conference Second Team and to the 2011 Water Polo Planet Women’s All-America Second Team. As a sophomore she was named to the Collegiate Water Polo Association All-Western Division First Team after having been CWPA Western Division Rookie of the Year a year earlier. A major highlight of her career was helping Indiana win the 2011 Eastern Championship. She also helped Canada to a near-podium finish at the 2009 Summer Universiade.
Family: Parents Andre and Manuela Kohli… Older sister Alexandra… Getting into the Sport: Started playing water polo at age 7… Enjoyed the freedom of swimming with the lane lines… Outside Interests: Graduated from Indiana University in 2013… Enjoys reading, watching TV and movies, catching up with friends and family, and travelling…
NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
FISU: 2011 – 6th; 2009 – 4th