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  Kate Fledderjohn

Kate Fledderjohn

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fairfield, Ohio

High School:
McAuley

Height:
5-8

Position:
Midfield

10/25/2007

Ohio vs. Western Michigan (Senior Day)

Photos from Ohio's MAC contest with Western Michigan. All photos courtesy of Scott Gardner.

Kate Fledderjohn


2008: Steady and composed in the midfield, Fledderjohn played in 16 games with seven starts during her senior campaign ... Tallied 11 shots, including two on goal on the year ... Recorded a season-best three shots against Cleveland State (9/12) ... Recorded a shot on goal against Marshall and against Central Michigan (10/24) ... Helped direct Ohio's offense to a season-best four goals at Miami (10/19) ... Also helped direct the `Cats' offense to three goals against Akron (10/30).

2007: Lone shot attempt came against Ball State ... Played a season-high 63 minutes against Northern Illinois ... Saw playing time in 18 of 19 games this season... Part of a defense corp that allowed only goals during the season.

2006: Appeared in 13 matches off the bench ... Two of her five shots were on goal ... Played in the last five regular-season matches.

2005: Played in 15 matches ... Made her first career start Oct. 23 at Buffalo ... Marked her first collegiate appearance on Sept. 4 by taking two shots in 5-1 win over Cleveland State ... Five of her 10 shots were on goal.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped McAuley High School win a sectional title last fall ... Three-year letterwinner and two-time league all-star ... Recorded six goals and six assists as a team captain in 2004 ... Ended up with 16 goals and 12 assists for her prep career ... An honor roll student and a member of her school's student council and leadership council.

CLUB: Helped lead her Lakota United Premier club squad to a pair of league championships.

PERSONAL: Majoring in interactive multimedia ... Daughter of Donna and Gary Fledderjohn ... Has one older sister, Sara, and one younger sister, Julie ... Born October 11, 1986.