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Kara Burke

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Timonium, Md.

High School:
Dulaney

Height:
5-4

Position:
Attack


Worth Noting
• BIG EAST All-Tournament Team ('12)

2013 (Sophomore)
• Appeared in 20 games, starting 14
• Scored a career-high three goals vs. No. 10 PSU
• Also had a hat tricks at Marquette, vs UConn, vs Georgetown
• Notched a goal in overtime at No. 6 Notre Dame
• Tallied four points against UConn
• Had two groundballs against Cincinnati, UMBC and High Point
• Had two draw controls against Penn State, at Florida, against JMU, Louisville, and at Georgetown

2012 (Freshman)
• Played in 15 games, starting three
• Named to BIG EAST All-Tournament Team after scoring five goals and adding one assist in the two games
• Scored 11 of 13 goals in five of last seven games of the season
• Played in first collegiate game at No. 10 UVa
• Scored first career goal vs. Delaware
• Also had a draw control in the game
• Scooped up a ground ball at No. 20 James Madison
• Added a second goal against Cincinnati
• Had a ground ball at Louisville
• Dished out an assist vs. Rutgers
• Started first collegiate game vs. Villanova and scored two goals in the game
• Had an assist at No. 2 Syracuse
• Tallied a goal at Connecticut
• Had one goal vs. No. 6 Notre Dame in BIG EAST Tournament
• Scored four goals vs. No. 2 Syracuse in BIG EAST title game
• Added three goals in NCAA First Round game vs. Penn

High School
• Earned six letters at Dulaney High School in Towson, Md. - four in lacrosse and two in soccer
• Led Dulaney High School to the top seed in the Class 4A-3A South Region in 2011
• Scored six goals in the regional title game
• Scored seven goals and had three assists in championship game to lead Dulaney to the Baltimore County Championship in 2011
• Four-time All-Baltimore County honoree from Baltimore Sun
• Had 66 goals and 21 assists during her senior season, earning MVP honors
• Led team in scoring as a sophomore, junior and senior
• Named to Towson Times All-Star First Team as a senior
• Was a four-year Honors Student

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