As a Senior in 2009: Redshirt season due to injury.
As a Junior in 2008: Attacker that appeared in 15 contests for the Terps...tallied 13 goals with a .591 shot percentage...netted a goal in wins against three ranked opponents, including #16 James Madison (3/8), #17 Dartmouth (3/15), and #15 Johns Hopkins (3/17)...established a career-high by scoring four goals against Loyola (5/3)...also scored in the Terps' NCAA win against Temple (5/11).
As a Sophomore in 2007 (at St. Bonaventure): Atlantic 10 Co-Offensive Player of the Year and All-Conference first team ... started all 15 games on attack ... finished with a team-high 68 points on 54 goals and 14 assists ... led the A-10 in goals per game (3.6) and points per game (4.53) ... figures ranked second and ninth nationally, respectively ... was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Tournament team after a four-point performance against George Washington (5/4) ... had 10 hat tricks, including seven games of at least four goals ... scored at least one goal in every game ... converted on 14-of-19 free position shots to lead the A-10 in free position goals per game (0.93) ... three goals against UMass (4/20) ... five points on four goals and one assist at George Washington (4/29) in regular season finale ... tied season-highs in points (9) and goals (7) against Binghamton (4/17) ... opened A-10 play with four-goal performances to lead the Bonnies to wins at La Salle (4/5), vs. Saint Joseph's (4/8) and at Duquesne (4/10) ... six goals, including the game-winner, and dished out a career-high three assists for a season-best nine points at Canisius (3/27) ... season-high seven goals, including a perfect 3-of-3 on free position shots in a win against Vermont (3/10).
As a Freshman in 2006 (at St. Bonaventure): Second team Atlantic 10 All-Conference and All-Rookie selection ... made 12 starts on the season, including the final 10 games, and played in all 17 contests ... also named to the IWLCA Division 1 All-West/Midwest Region second team ... scored a single-season record and league-high 56 goals ... also dished out 14 assists to finish with 70 points - a figure that ranks second in the Bonnies' record book ... finished 10th in the nation in goals per game (3.29) and 16th in points per game (4.12) ... both figures were top in the Atlantic 10 ... made good on 13-of-27 free position shots, the third most in the conference ... finished with 11 hat tricks, including six of eight conference games ... tallied a program best eight goals and two assists for 10 points against Niagara (4/14) ... had at least two goals in every game and finished with at least four points in nine games ... named to the Atlantic 10 All-Tournament team after recording a hat trick and one assist against Temple in the opening round ... scored the game-winning goal in her first two career A-10 games against UMass (4/7) and La Salle (4/9) ... five points on four goals and an assist 12-10 win over nationally ranked Richmond (4/15) ... finished third on the team in draw controls with 31 ... seven goals on 10 shots and had a season-high seven draw controls in a win at Bucknell (4/4).
Prep: Finished high school career with 215 goals and 114 assists ... as a senior, she tallied 83 goals and dished out 34 assists to earn first team All-American honors ... led Rush-Henrietta to 21-3 record and a Section V championship ... named All-Monroe County ... as a junior, scored 68 goals and handed out 46 assists and earned honorable mention All-America honors from US Lacrosse ... named first team All-County ... as a sophomore, she tallied 76 points on 52 goals and 24 assists ... selected first team All-County ... owns the school record for most points and goals in a season ... was a member of the under-19 New York State team and has played in the Empire State Games ... member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Katelyn Marie Faas was born on August 26, 1987 ... daughter of Nona and James Faas ... has an older brother, Mat, and sister, Michelle ... brother played basketball at Nazareth College and cousin, Steven, played football at Brockport ... lists Michael Jordan as her favorite athlete and her brother as the person she most admires ... says biggest athletic thrill is coming to Maryland ... majoring in kinesiology.
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