On Pumphrey: Captain on defense with good communication skills ... good defender when isolated ... fast and tough ... good take-away defender.
2007 (Junior): Started 19 of the 20 games she played ... fourth on the team with 34 ground balls and 21 caused turnovers ... picked up a ground ball in 16 games ... caused two turnovers and recorded two draw controls against Princeton (5/2) ... three ground balls in four-straight games against Virginia (4/27), at Virginia Tech (4/22), at Northwestern (4/16), and against Loyola (4/13) ... also had three caused turnovers at Northwestern ... scored first career goal at Virginia Tech ... forced three turnovers and had two ground balls at Penn State (4/8) ... caused a season-high four turnovers and added three ground balls against Brown (3/10) ... three ground balls and caused a turnover against Boston College (2/24).
2006 (Sophomore): Played in five games and started two ... three ground balls against Boston College in the ACC Tournament (4/27).
2005 (Freshman): Saw action in 16 games ... forced seven turnovers and had 13 ground balls ... played quality minutes on the defensive end.
Prep: Four-year varsity player for former Terp Carin Peterson at Severna Park High ... two-time first team all-county selection by Washington Post, Annapolis Capital and Baltimore Sun ... first team All-American as a senior ... scored 26 goals and had 12 assists in addition to 46 ground balls in her final campaign ... first team All-Met ... honorable mention All-America in 2003 ... second team All-Met ... played in National School Girls Tournament, helping Mid Atlantic One to a first place finish ... as a sophomore, started at D-wing while helping the team to the county title ... helped lead Severna Park to the state title as a freshman ... also a standout cross country and track athlete
Personal: Katherine Ann Pumphrey was born Nov. 26, 1986 ... daughter of Michael and Ann Pumphrey ... has one younger sister, Emily ... both of her parents graduated from Maryland ... was class secretary from 1999-2004, editor of the yearbook and volunteered with Habitat for Humanity ... is inspired by her grandmother ... majoring in women's studies ... chose the Terps over Loyola, Duke and Vanderbilt.
Pumphrey's Career Statistics