6 Kate Keagins
6 Kate Keagins
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Bay Shore, N.Y.
High School: Bay Shore
Position: M

2012 Statistics

Keagins' 2011 Statistics

Collegiate Honors:  2010: America East All-Conference First Team. 2009: America East All-Rookie Team.

Career Highs:  Six goals (at Albany 03/21/09); four assists (05/01/10 at Vermont); nine points (at Vermont 05/01/10).

2011 season:  Played in all 17 games with 12 starts; was one of two Wildcats to record double digits in goals (23), assists (16), ground balls (37), draw controls (19) and caused turnovers (32); led the team in assists, points (39), ground balls, caused turnovers and shots (57); ranked fourth in both goals and draw controls; led America East in caused turnovers and ranked second in ground balls as well as seventh in assists; in six America East conference games, recorded 13 points (7g, 6a); in league-only games, ranked second in CTO and sixth in assists; tallied a point in 16 of 17 games with 11 multiple-point efforts (including six consecutive games spanning March 5-26); opened the year with a point in 11 consecutive games and closed 2011 with a five-game point-scoring streak; had at least one ground ball in 14 of 17 games (11 multi-GB games) and a caused turnover 12 times (10 multi-CTO efforts); led the team in caused turnovers seven times; in the regular-season finale at Binghamton (05/01), she filled the stat sheet with one goal, two assists, five DC, two GB and one CTO; tallied two points (1g, 1a), three GB and four CTO vs. ninth-ranked Boston College (04/29); seven GB and three CTO at nationally-ranked Dartmouth (02/26); three goals, six GB and six CTO vs. Presbyterian (03/18); season-high three goals three times (Holy Cross, Fairfield, Presbyterian); tallied four points (2g, 2a) and four CTO against Boston U. (04/06); season-best three assists at Fairfield as part of a season-high six points; the three assists and six points tied for the highest totals by a Wildcat in 2011; also had team single-game highs in ground balls (seven), draw controls (five vs. Binghamton) and caused turnovers (six).

2010 season:  Played in all 17 games and was in the starting lineup 15 times; recorded 25 goals and 15 assists for 40 points; ranked second on the team in both assists and points as well as ground balls and draw controls; third in goals; team-high 28 caused turnovers and also led the team in shots (71); ranked fourth in America East in caused turnovers per game (1.65) and 10th in assists per game (0.88); in six league games, tallied 14 goals and eight assists for 22 points; in league-only statistics, ranked second in caused turnovers (2.00 per game), third in points (3.67 ppg) and fifth in both goals (2.33 gpg) and assists (1.33 apg); recorded a point in 16 of 17 games, including 11 multiple-point efforts (seven multiple-goal performances); career highs in both assists (four) and points (nine) in the regular-season finale at Vermont (05/01); both the assist and point totals were team individual game highs in 2010; the five goals was the second-highest output by a 'Cat; 3-1-4 in four games vs. nationally-ranked teams; had three of the top four efforts, including the top spot, in caused turnovers; season-high five CTO vs. Binghamton (04/17); four CTO against both Yale (03/31) and Harvard (03/09); opened the year with a point in six consecutive games and ended the season with a point in 10 straight games, including an assist each of the last five; tallied a GB in 13 of 17 games with 10 multiple-GB efforts; had a DC in 14 of 17 games with eight multiple-DC performances; credited with a CTO in 11 games.

2009 season:  Played in 18 of 19 games, all off the bench; compiled 16 points, all on goals; ranked fifth on the team in draw controls with 22; in five America East league games, tallied seven goals; scored a goal in her collegiate debut, the season opener vs. Bryant (02/22); recorded a career-high six goals at Albany (03/21); the six points in that game marked a season high; one game earlier, netted three goals vs. UMass (03/18).

Personal:  2008 graduate of Bay Shore High School, where she lettered in lacrosse, soccer and indoor track; All-County in '07 and '08; scored nine goals in a single game; two-time gold medalist at the Empire State Games; also played on the Long Island Yellow Jackets club team; All-America selection in indoor track in '06; All-State in track in '06 and '07; a psychology major.

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