2006 (Junior): Earned All-IWLCA All-South Second Team accolades ... named to the All-ACC Team ... started all 20 games ... third on the team with 37 goals and 42 points ... fifth with 34 ground balls and sixth with 10 caused turnovers ... recorded a ground ball in all but one game ... scored in 15 of the 20 games ... had a goal at Princeton (5/3) ... recorded a pair of free-position goals against Duke in the ACC Tournament (4/28) ... notched two goals and an assist in back-to-back games against Boston College (4/22, 4/27) ... had a goal and a season-best four ground balls at North Carolina (4/15) ... matched season-high five points with four goals and an assist at Johns Hopkins (4/9) ... picked up a goal against Georgetown (4/5) ... netted a hat trick against Virginia Tech (3/31) ... had four goals and an assist against Ohio State (3/26) and then had four goals again against Penn State (3/24) ... notched a goal against Dartmouth (3/21) ... matched career-high with five goals against Old Dominion (3/18) ... recorded four goals at Brown (3/11) ... grabbed four groundballs against Richmond (3/4) ... netted a pair of goals versus George Mason (2/22) and added another against Ohio (2/19).
2005 (Sophomore): Had a break-out year ... scored 33 goals (second on the team) and added nine assists ... also among the team leaders in ground balls (35) ... scored goals in 16 out of 19 games, including the last 15 consecutively ... finished the season with seven-straight multiple-goal games ... scored a pair against Princeton in the NCAA Tournament (5/12) ... helped spark Maryland's win over Loyola (5/7) with a second half hat trick ... finished the game with four points ... game-high six draw controls to go with two goals and one assist in win overtime victory over Princeton (5/4) ... netted a pair of scores in ACC Tournament against Virginia (4/29) ... also had two ground balls and two draw controls ... exploded for a hat trick in the first half against Syracuse (4/24) ... also added an assist and two ground balls ... hat trick -- including the game-winning goal -- in win over North Carolina (4/16) ... pair of goals and one assist for three points in win over Johns Hopkins (4/9) ... two points on one goal and one assist at Georgetown (4/6) ... career game against Virginia Tech (4/2) exploding for five goals and an assist ... also forced three turnovers ... scored Maryland's 10th goal of the half against No. 2 Penn State (3/25) after racing past two defenders with time expiring ... notched a goal against Dartmouth (3/19) ... tallied a pair of goals in key second half run to propel Maryland past George Mason (3/16) ... three points on a goal and two assists against Denver (3/14) ... two goals in win over Brown (3/12) ... also forced two turnovers and grabbed three ground balls ... contributed two draw controls against the Bears ... scored a goal and an assist in loss to Duke (2/26).
2004 (Freshman): Scored a goal in NCAA Quarterfinals against Georgetown (5/16) ... three ground balls against No. 2 Georgetown (4/7) ... career-high three points on one goal and two assists against Denver (4/2) ... also scooped five ground balls ... scored a goal and an assist at Brown (3/12) ... netted two goals and grabbed three ground balls in win over Quinnipiac (3/11) ... two goals on three shots in front of home crowd at Syracuse (3/3) ... scored a goal against Richmond (2/21) in first collegiate game.
Prep: Four-year letterwinner for coach Kathy Taylor ... scored 140 goals and registered 56 assists in her career ... led team in ground balls all four seasons ... led team in caused turnovers three times ... two-time team captain ... team MVP as a senior ... two-time All-American, All-Central New York, all-league ... three-time National School Girls First Team for New York ... alternate for the U-19 national team ... also an all-league pick in soccer ... selected Maryland over Johns Hopkins, Ohio State, Syracuse and Boston University.
Personal: Katherine Besdin Doolittle was born Jan. 21, 1985, in Syracuse, N.Y. ... is the daughter of Susan and Chip Doolittle ... has two brothers ... lists making the U-19 training team after three days of tryouts in 100 degree temperature as biggest athletic thrill ... chose Maryland because of its rich athletic tradition ... majoring in family studies.
Doolittle's Career Statistics (at American)
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