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#23 Kat Collins
Position: Attack
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Darien, Conn.
High School: Darien
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Collins' Career Stats
YEAR GP-S G A Pts GB DC CT
2008 15-13 34 10 44 16 12 6
2009 16-16 38 13 51 17 6 7
2010 8-7 19 6 25 2 2 3
TOTALS 39-36 91 29 120 35 20 16

2010 (Junior):
• Tewaaraton Award Watch List
• Ivy All-Tournament Team
Poised to have a huge junior year as the returning Ivy League leading scorer, but was cut down with a knee injury just five games into the season, costing her to miss eight games including all but one Ivy contest ... Made a truly impressive return to the field after just two days of practice at the Ivy League Tournament and didn't miss a beat, scoring four goals and earning a spot on the All-Tournament team ... Started the Ivy Championship game against #6 Penn, scoring three goals on May 2 ... Came off the bench against Cornell in the Ivy Semifinal win, tallying a goal and an assist, April 30 ... Scored two goals and an assist before getting injured in the win at #6 Syracuse, March 24 ... Terrorized Columbia with five goals and an assist along with two caused turnovers on March 17 ... Exploded for seven points including six goals in the win over Vermont, March 3.

 

2009 (Sophomore):
• IWLCA All-Northeast First Team
• All-Ivy First Team (Unanimous)
• WomensLacrosse.com All-America Third Team

One of five players to start all 16 games, leading the team in scoring with 51 points ... In Ivy play, led the league in both points (3.86) and goals (2.71) per game ... Scored a goal in all but one game and tallied at least three goals on 10 occasions ... Had her third four-goal outing of the season in the win over Columbia on April 26 ... Powered Dartmouth past Harvard with six points on three goals and three assists, April 15 ... Dominant in the win over #19 Cornell, tallying four goals and two assists in a 12-8 victory, April 4 ... Poured on five points and grabbed two ground balls against Brown, March 28 ... Carried Dartmouth in its epic comeback against #2 Maryland, tallying an assist and two goals in the last 1:15 of regulation to take the Big Green from an 11-8 deficit to an 11-11 tie, forcing overtime with 17 seconds to play, March 18 ... Scored four points including three goals in the win over instate rival #14 UNH on Feb. 28.

2008 (Freshman):
• Honorable Mention All-Ivy
• WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week, 4/21

Had a big freshman season, ranking second on the team in scoring with 44 points on 34 goals and 10 assists ... Played in 15 games, starting 13 of them ... Scored in all but one game ... Led the charge in a heartbreaking loss to Stanford with five goals and an assists, April 27 ... Scored three goals and added two draw controls the game before against BU on April 23 ... Had a monster game in the upset of #2 Princeton, tallying five goals and two assists to lead the Green to victory, April 19 ... Scored a season-high seven goals in the win over Vermont on April 1 ... Played a big role in Dartmouth's first Ivy win with six points including four goals and three ground balls against Columbia, March 23 ... Made her first collegiate start and scored her first goal in the season-opener at Syracuse on Feb. 24.

Before Dartmouth:
Proven winner who helped Darien go 40-4 in her last two years, winning an FCIAC Championship both seasons ... Team won the state title her senior year as well ... Had a host of accolades on the field including US Lacrosse first team All-American in 2007 ... Named first team All-FCIAC as a junior and senior ... First team all-state in 2007 after being named to the second team in 2006 ... MVP of the conference championship game her senior year.

Personal: Daughter of Arthur and Donna Collins ... Majoring in geography ... Mother played soccer at Yale, father played hockey at Elmira College.

 

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