Katie Radchuck
Katie  Radchuck


Halifax, Nova Scotia

High School:



2007 (Junior Season): Appeared in 10 games during the season ... fired a season high two shots on goal in Connecticut's 2-1 win over Central Connecticut (Sept. 9) ... played season high 32 minutes in Huskies' 5-1 win over Brown (Sept. 14).

2006 (Sophomore Season): Appeared in a total of 18 games and five as a starter as both a midfielder and defender ... fired a season-high three shots in UConn's 4-0 shutout over St. John's (Oct. 6) ... helped the UConn defense record a total of nine shutouts ... spent August 2006 with Canadian National Team at U20 World Cup.

2005 (Freshman Season): Played in 18 games, starting eight ... helped the Husky defense post a 1.12 goals against average ... recorded her first collegiate point at Providence on Sept. 18 with an assist on the game-winning goal ... played in both the BIG EAST Championship game and the NCAA first-round game against Boston University.

2004: Joined the University of Connecticut and the women's soccer team for the second semester...originally intended on enrolling for the fall of 2004, but deferred enrollment to January 2005 to play in the 2004 FIFA Under-19 World Championships in Thailand.

Before UConn: Helped lead the team to the 2004 CONCACAF Championship at Halifax Grammar School.

Personal: Katherine Anne is the daughter of Robert and Irene Radchuck ... a physiology and neurobiology major ... born February 27, 1986.