19 Kathryn Moos
|High School:||Blake School|
2005-2006: Joined the team at the conclusion of soccer season and appeared in 29 games ... Finished the season with three goals and 11 assists for 14 points ... Her 11 assists put her in a two-way tie in second for assists. 2004-2005: Played in 29 games, notching seven goals and 15 assists for 22 points ... Ranked third on the Bears in total scoring ... Tied for leading the team in assists ... Recorded two of the Bears' three first period goals against Harvard on 11/16 ... Awarded the team's Most Improved Player Award. 2003-2004: Played in 28 games ... Tallied nine goals and four assists ... Ninth leading scorer on the squad ... Led the team with four game winning goals ... Notched two goals, the first of her career, in the Bears 5-2 win over UNH on 11/25 ... Awarded Brown's Kate Silver Award as the school's female rookie of the year. Before Brown: Helped to lead the Blake School to a Minnesota State Championship as a captain her senior season ... Earned MVP honors as a sophomore, junior, and a senior ... Named one of five finalists for Ms. Hockey in Minnesota ... Also played soccer and lacrosse ... Named both All-State and All-Conference for soccer in 2000, 2001, and 2002 ... Helped to lead the soccer team to a conference championship all four years of high school and a State Championship in 2000 ... Named soccer MVP in 2002 ... Earned both All-State and MVP recognition for lacrosse as a senior. Personal: Kathryn Stuart Moos is the daughter of Peter and Sara Moos of Wayzata, Minn. ... Siblings include David, Emily and Taylor ... Double concentrating in Community Health and Sociology ... Also a member of the women's soccer team at Brown.