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14 Katie Reinprecht

At Princeton:

2012 - Honda Award winner for field hockey ... Longstreth/NFHCA Player of the Year ... Longstreth/NFCHA Mid-Atlantic Player of the Year ... Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year ... Longstreth/NFCHA First Team All-America and All-Region ... All-Ivy First Team ... NCAA All-Tournament Team ... Ivy Player of the Week on Sept. 11 ... started in all 22 games played ... scored nine goals and dished 19 assists, third-best in the nation ... dished three assists at then-No. 5 Duke on Aug. 31 ... had an assist at then-No. 13 Wake Forest on Sept. 3 ... scored first goal of the year in 3-2 overtime victory at then-No. 8 Penn State on Sept. 6 ... dished both an assist and scored vs. Richmond on Sept. 9 ... had a pair of assists vs. Dartmouth on Sept. 15 ... scored two goals and made an assist vs. Delaware on Sept. 16 ... dished three assists in 8-0 win at Columbia on Sept. 28 ... dished an assist vs. then-No. 5 Maryland in 3-2 win on Oct. 2 ... scored game-winner in 6-0 win vs. Brown on Oct. 13 ... scored game-winner and made an assist in 7-0 win over Harvard on Oct. 20 ... scored in 5-0 win at Cornell on Oct. 27 ... dished an assist at then-No. 7 Virginia ... scored and assisted at NCAA Play-In Game vs. then-No. 13 Lafayette on Nov. 6 ... dished an assist in NCAA First Round vs. then-No. 15 Drexel on Nov. 10 ... scored game-winner and served two assists in NCAA Quarterfinals comeback 5-2 win over then-No. 7 Virginia on Nov. 11 ... had an assist and first defensive save of the year in 3-2 come-from-behind victory to win NCAA Championship over then-No. 1 North Carolina on Nov. 18.

2011 - Taking the 2011-12 school year off to train with the U.S. National Team … was on the team for the Champions Challenge I in Ireland in June … will travel with the team to Germany and Belgium in August ... a member of the U.S. Olympic Team and was a key contributor on Team USA's 16-player roster.

2010 - Appeared in 15 games as a junior, making 13 starts … started the first 13 games before an injury in practice kept her out of the lineup the last three weeks … scored 12 goals and added five assists for 29 points … named unanimous first-team All-Ivy and was a first-team All-America for the second straight season … had a goal and two assists in the season-opening win over Bucknell … added two goals in a win over Dartmouth … scored in Princeton's win at Yale … gave Princeton a 2-0 lead with two goals in an eventual 4-2 win over top-ranked Maryland … added an assist and a defensive save in the win … added goals in a win over Columbia and loss to American … named the Ivy League Player of the Week following the Maryland/Columbia/American week … scored and had a defensive save in a 2-1 loss at Virginia … had a goal and an assist in a win over Brown … had a goal in a loss at Connecticut … returned in the NCAA tournament three weeks after breaking her fibula to play in the NCAA first round and quarterfinals … scored in Princeton's opening round 3-1 win over Wake Forest … posted an assist in the quarterfinal loss to Virginia.

2009 - Started all 19 games … scored 17 goals and added 13 assists for 47 points to rank second on the team in scoring … named a first-team All-America and a nominee for the 2009 Honda Sports Award … named the Ivy League Player of the Year and a unanimous first-team All-Ivy … selected to the NCAA All-Tournament Team … had an assist in a win over Ohio State … scored for the Tigers in a win over Syracuse … scored three goals an added an assist in a win over William & Mary … had an assist in the Ivy opening win at Dartmouth … added an assist against Penn State … scored three goals an added an assist in Princeton's win over Yale … contributed an assist in the team's win over Columbia … added an assist on the Kathleen Sharkey's game-winning goal at American … collected back-to-back five-point games, scoring two goals and adding an assist in wins over Brown and Harvard … scored a goal and added three assists against Cornell … named the Ivy League Player of the Week following the Cornell win … added a goal at Penn … had the game-winning goal and an assist in Princeton's NCAA first-round win over Stanford … scored the Tigers first goal in the NCAA Quarterfinals against Syracuse … scored a pair of goals in Princeton's NCAA Semifinal loss to Maryland … appeared for the United States at the 2009 BDO Women’s Junior World Cup in Boston … scored two goals during the seven-game tournament to help the U.S. to eighth-place finish … named to the U.S. Women's National Team after helping the New Jersey team to a USAFH National Championship in June ... named Young Player of the Tournament ... also a member of the U21 National Team.

2008 - Appeared in 18 games games ... led team with 15 goals, 13 assists and 43 points ... selected the Ivy League Player of the Year ... named a second-team All-America by the NFHCA, a first-team All-Ivy and first-team all-region ... ranked ninth in the nation with 2.39 points per game ... scored her first collegiate goal in season opener at Richmond ... added a goal at Lehigh ... had a goal and an assist at Connecticut ... posted two assists in a win over Dartmouth ... scored the game winner and had an assists at Penn State ... scored four goals to tie a Princeton record at Yale ... had two assists at Albany ... named the Ivy League Player and Rookie of the Week following the Yale and Albany weekend ... had an assist at Columbia ... appeared for the U.S. at the Junior Pan-Am Cup Tournament and helped team to gold medal ... scored twice in a win over Brown ... notched the overtime game winner against Villanova and added an assist ... had an assist against Harvard ... scored a goal and added an assist in consecutive wins over Penn and Stanford ... scored both goals in Princeton's win over Penn State in the opening round of the NCAA tournament ... had an assist in the quarterfinals against Syracuse.

At Mount St. Joseph:
has extensive National Team experience as a member of the U.S. Under 21-National Team and the U.S. Women’s National Team Development Squad ... a member of the U21 tours of China in 2007 and Argentina in 2008 ... also been a member of the U19 and U16 national teams ... a three-time high school Most Valuable Player ... led her team to the state semifinals last season and the finals a season earlier ... a three-time NFHCA first-team All-America and an All-Mid-East region ... a four-time Pennsylvania first-team all-state and a four-time AACA All-Star ... the 2006 and 2007 Philadelphia Inquirer Southeast Pennsylvania Player of the Year ... played for the 2007 PA/NJ Women’s National Championship team ...  named ZAG/NFHCA 2007 National Academic Squad.

Personal:
full name is Katherine Anne Reinprecht ... birthday is Nov. 1 ... daughter of Jim and Tina Reinprecht ... has two sisters, both field hockey players: Sarah, who graduated from Princeton in 2009, and Julia '13.

Career Stats:

Year GP G A Pts Sh SOG GW PS-ATT
2008 18
15
13
43
41
32
4
0-0
2009 19 17 13 47 82 51 4 0-0
2010 15 12 5 29 50 29 1 0-1
2012 22 9 19 37 40 24 3 0-0
Total 72 43 50
156 213 136 12 0-1

Career Highs:

Goals: 4 - Sept. 27, 2008 at Yale
Assists: 3 - 3x MR Sept. 28, 2012 at Columbia
Points: 8 - Sept. 27, 2008 at Yale
Shots: 9 - Oct. 24, 2009 at Harvard

Position: Midfield
Year: Senior
City/State: North Wales, Pa.
High School: Mount St. Joseph’s Academy
Major: Sociology
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