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Katie Semanoff
Jr./Jr.
Midfield/Back
Lehighton, Pa.
Lehighton Area H.S.

#17





Career Highlights
- 2007 BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player
- 2007 BIG EAST All-Tournament Team

2007:
Appeared in all 25 games while making 21 starts during breakthrough season which saw her establish herself as another offensive threat for the Huskies...named 2007 BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player after registering two goals in BIG EAST Semifinal win over Syracuse (11/3) and assisting on the game-winner in 1-0 triumph over Providence (11/4) in the BIG EAST Final...tallied 21 points while totaling 10 goals and one assist...scored first career goal in win vs. Old Dominion (9/8)...ripped three goals in win over Louisville (9/28)...tallied two goals in win over Boston University (10/17)...scored game-winner at Northeastern (10/10).

2006:
Appeared in 14 games and made one start...provided depth to the midfield and defensive unit.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Was a back-to-back First Team All-State choice at Lehighton H.S. following her junior and senior seasons...guided the Indians to three consecutive Mountain Valley Conference championships...won the District II crown as a senior...tallied double-figure goals in three of four prep seasons...named to Lehigh Valley All-Area and Mountain Valley Conference All-Star Teams during junior and senior prep seasons...named Times News Field Hockey Player of the Year as a senior...selected as team MVP following both junior and senior seasons...four-year varsity starter...also lettered in basketball and track.

PERSONAL: Kathryn Jean Semanoff...parents are Gene & Evelyn Semanoff ...English major...born October 23, 1987 in Lehighton, Pa.

 


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