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33 Katie Slater
Katie  Slater

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Kensington, MD

High School:
Academy of the Holy Cross

Position:
Attack

AT VIRGINIA

2012
• Apperead in 15 games with 14 starts
• Second on the team with 27 goals. Also had two assists for 29 points on 54 shots
• Finished with 10 ground balls, 8 draw controls and two caused turnovers
• Had three four-goal games including scoring four in the NCAA Tournament game at Duke
• Scored four goals with three ground balls and a draw control in the regular-season meeting at Duke

2011
• A member of the 2010-11 ACC Academic Roll
• Appeared in six games, starting against James Madison
• Finished with seven goals, five ground balls and two draw controls
• Scored four goals against James Madison
• Two goals vs. North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament

HIGH SCHOOL
• Two-time All-American ('09, '10)
• Two-time Washington Post All-Met Team ('09, '10)
• Two-time first-team WCAC ('09, '10)
• Gameday Maryland Athlete of the Year in 2010
• Member of Washington, DC WDNT first team ('09)
• Also played field hockey and ice hockey

PERSONAL
• Full name is Kathleen Helen Slater
• Daughter of Lisa and Bill Slater
• Has one older sister, Ellie, and two younger brothers, Jack and Ridge

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