|High School:||River Hills HS|
Awards & Honors
-2014 MSPF All-Academic
-2015 MPSF All-Academic
2015: Played in 10 games as a junior, including one start in a reserve role…tallied four groundballs and four caused turnovers on the year…saw action in the first game of the year against Presbyterian and recorded a caused turnover…recorded a ground ball and caused turnover two weeks later in her second-career start against San Diego State (2/24)…scooped up a pair of groundballs against LIU Brooklyn to help Oregon mount a comeback and defeat the Blackbirds 19-8…had a crucial caused turnover in the second half to help the Ducks hold off UC Davis in the second half and win 10-7…earned her second-straight MPSF All-Academic Team honor.
2014: Saw action in 17 matches in her sophomore campaign…finished the season with six groundballs, four draw controls and a pair of caused turnovers…played in her first MPSF Tournament match against Denver (5/2)…was named to the MPSF All-Academic team in her first year of eligibility.
2013: Appeared in three games as a freshman...made her collegiate debut on Feb. 24 against Cincinnati and had one draw control.
Before Oregon: Four time letter winner in both soccer and lacrosse...helped lead the River Hills High School state championship soccer team (2008)...awarded Second Team All Howard County for lacrosse (2011)...served as team captain for soccer (2011)...lacrosse team captain (2011-2012)...academic honors include: AP honors Scholar.
Personal: Born Katherine Taylor Marlatt in Weymouth, Mass….daughter of Geoff and Jane Marlatt...has two brothers, Jim and Bobby, and two sisters, Emily and Colleen…double majoring in human physiology and general social science with an emphasis in economics and business.