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On Princiotto: Led the team with 26 assists last year ... has one of the best sticks on the team ... works well in tight spaces and adds creative spark to the offense.
2007 (Junior): Started 19 of Maryland's 20 games ... led the team with 26 assists and added 19 goals ... her 45 points were sixth on the team ... added seven draw controls, four ground balls, and four caused turnovers ... one goal and an assist in the ACC Tournament versus Virginia (4/27) ... two goals and two assists at Virginia Tech (4/22) ... one goal and an assist against Loyola (4/13) and at Penn State (4/8) ... two goals against Ohio State (4/6) ... one goal and two assists at Georgetown (4/3) ... three assists against Stanford (3/28) and had a goal and two assists at Dartmouth (3/16) ... three goals and three assists against Brown (3/10) ... two goals and helpers at Richmond (3/7) ... two goals and an assist against Duke (3/3) ... career highs with six assists and nine points in the season-opener at UMBC (2/19).
2006 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 20 games for the Terps, starting 11 of them ... fifth on the team with 21 goals ... had four goals in two games against Boston College (4/22, 4/27) ... two goals at Johns Hopkins (4/9) ... one goal against Georgetown (4/5) ... career-high four goals versus Ohio State (3/26) ... one goal in games against Penn State (3/24), Dartmouth (3/21), and Old Dominion (3/18) ... two goals at Brown (3/11) ... one goal against Richmond (3/4) and George Mason (2/22) ... hat trick against Ohio (2/19).
2005 (Freshman): Played in nine games ... two ground balls and forced two turnovers against Denver (3/14) ... two ground balls against Brown (3/12).
Prep: All-time leading goal scorer with 264 goals as a four-year starter at Horseheads High ... also set the school mark for career points (361) ... two-time All-American ... two-year team captain ... scored 72 goals in her senior season ... named Female Athlete of the Year 2004 by the Elmira-Corning All Sports Committee ... as a junior, the left-hander set the school record for goals in a season with 78 ... earned Section IV Player of the Year honors ... was also named Corning Leader Player of the Year that season ... four-time first team selection by the Elmira Star Gazette and Corning Leader ... has helped team to four Section IV Class A titles ... Section IV First Team All-Star (2001-04) ... also lettered in basketball ... was also recruited by Duke, Cornell, Syracuse, UConn Colgate and Boston.
Personal: Kathryn Marie Princiotto was born Sept. 20, 1986 ... daughter of Michelle and Sal Princiotto ... one brother, Matt played football and lacrosse player at Ithaca College ... a Wendy's High School Heisman nominee ... involved in the student council and member of the National Honor Society in high school ... chose Maryland because of its rich athletic and academic reputation ... chose to play for the Terps over Duke, Cornell, Syracuse, Boston and Colgate ... majoring in communication.
Princiotto's Career Statistics
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