Career: Lakhen Ramat Hasharon (Israel-D1, 1999-2000), Hapoel Galil Elyon (Israel-D1, 2000-01), Maccabi Ra'anana (Israel-D1, 2001-03), Maccabi Ramat Khen (Israel-D1, 2003-04), Hapoel Haifa/Motzkin (Israel-D1, 2004-05), Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel-D1, 2005-06), Bnei Yehuda (Israel-D1, 2006-07), Ramat Hasharon (Israel-D1, 2007-10), Maccabi Ashdod (Israel-D1, 2010-11)
Kolodny is a veteran who continues to be an effective role player, as she has been for the last five years. While she has never been handed big minutes in a National Team jersey, she remains a solid option who despite being a guard, rebounds really well for her size. A smart player who can also knock down a three-pointer if left open, she also has experience of playing in both EuroLeague Women and EuroCup Women. When things get difficult in games, Kolodny won't hide and is always willing to take to the floor and show her fighting qualities if given the opportunity. So far, her chances have been limited but she is a very capable player and her experience could be vital.