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Ducks Lacrosse BIO
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Kathryn Blumhardt
Player Profile:
Kathryn Blumhardt 1763171
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Parker, Colo.
High School: Regis Jesuit HS
Major: Human Physiology
Experience: 2 Years

Awards & Honors
-2015 & 2016 MPSF All-Academic

2016: Added three goals, two assists, 10 ground balls, 12 draw controls and seven caused turnovers in 17 games off the bench for the Ducks to notch single-season career bests in each category … was named to the MPSF All-Academic team … recorded a career-high two points twice as a junior in wins over Detroit (2/21) and Marist (3/19) … collected a personal-best three ground balls against George Mason (3/9) … posted a career-high three draw controls in a 17-13 win over Detroit (2/21).

2015: Recorded two draw controls and two ground balls in 10 games during her sophomore campaign…tallied a groundball against Presbyterian (2/13) and Robert Morris (3/13)...picked up a draw control against Fresno State (3/23) and California (4/5)…named to the MPSF All-Academic Team in her first year eligible.

2014: Saw action in five games in her freshman campaign…recorded an assist against Presbyterian (3/22)…finished the year with one point, a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover.

Before Oregon: Led the Raiders to a 15-3 record her senior season and scored a pair of goals in the semi-final game at the state tournament...named first-team Aurora Sentinel All-City Girls Lacrosse Team in back-to-back years (2012-13)...compiled 58 goals in 34 games including a .500 shot percentage at Regis Jesuit HS...also named as an academic all-American, all-American honorable mention, and All-Colorado...led the Raiders in draw control and grown balls...also played field hockey and basketball for RGHS...played club lacrosse on Team 180 for Sam Bartron…a National Honor Society recipient and graduated summa cum laude.

Personal: Parents are Mark and Karen Blumhardt...has an older brother Kevin and older sister Lauren...majoring in human physiology. 

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