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The epitome of an offensive threat, Prihoda is a two-time National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American and two-time NEWMAC Player of the Year. She also collected three NSCAA All-New England laurels and three NEWMAC All-Conference accolades, while being named the Wheaton College Senior Athlete Award in 2004. Prihoda was a part of four consecutive NEWMAC Regular Season and Tournament Championship teams and played in four NCAA tournaments, including back-to-back NCAA quarterfinals (2002, 2003) one NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 (2000). Nationally, Prihoda still ranks as one of the best women’s soccer players in NCAA Division III history, ranking 8th in career points (256), 14th in career assists (52) and 16th in career goals (102). Her 2001 season saw her put up the 5th most goals in history (38) and the 7th most points (87). She followed that up with the 12th most points (83) and 16th most assists (23) in NCAA history for a season in 2002. She owns seven school records, including points, goals, and assists (52) in a career, while holding single season records in points (87), goals (38) and assists (23) and goals in a game (4), which she accomplished three separate times.