Facing Possibility of Having Colon Removed, Hopkins’ Urbanski is Thriving
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OCTOBER 20, 2023 | written by STEVE ULRICH
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1. Facing Possibility of Having Colon Removed, Hopkins’ Urbanski is Thriving
Siena Urbanski, Johns Hopkins (photo by David Peisner)
by Edward Lee, Baltimore Sun
“If the stars align correctly, Siena Urbanski and Johns Hopkins field hockey will compete for an NCAA Division III championship next month. Then the senior forward will graduate in December with a bachelor’s in chemistry and begin applying to schools with physician assistant programs.
In some ways, the 21-year-old Urbanski has already won.”
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