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15   Katelyn Woods
Katelyn Woods

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School:
Thomas Jefferson

Height:
5-4

Position:
Foward

Birthdate:
10/30/1984


The Word One of the hardest working players on the team ... scores goals by sheer persistence ... this should be her best season ever.

2005 Season Appeared in 14 of 20 games ... named to the MAAC All-Academic team ... scored two goals, one in a 5-0 win over Saint Peter's and the other in a 5-0 second-round win over Rider in the MAAC Tournament ... also recorded two assists in wins over Marist (5-1) and Saint Peter's (5-0).

2004 Season Appeared in 17 of 20 games ... assisted one of Ali Andrzejewski's goals in a 3-2 win over James Madison.

2003 Season Appeared in 12 games for Loyola, taking five shots.

Before Loyola Earned 10 varsity letters at Thomas Jefferson despite missing her senior season due to a compound fracture in her right leg (four letters in soccer, three in indoor and outdoor track) ... was a two-year captain of the soccer team ... earned all-section honors from 1999-2001 ... was named Thomas Jefferson's Offensive Player of the Year in 2000-01 as well as earning the school's Career Excellence Award in 2002 ... she led the soccer team to WPIAL quarterfinals ... in track, she qualified for the state meet and placed third at the WPIAL as a part of the 4x400 team ... her club soccer team, the Century V Flash, were state champions in 2000 and 2003 as well as the U.S. Club Regional Champs in 2003.

Personal The daughter of Victoria and Christopher Woods, Katelyn Marie Woods was born October 30, 1984 in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... has one sister, Jennifer (22) and a brother Nathan (17) ... pursuing an interdisciplinary degree in biology and psychology.