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Kitty Cullen

A/M

Height
5' 7"
CLASS
SO
Hometown
Rockville, Md.
School
The McDonogh School
Kitty Cullen

Honors

2013 IWLCA First-Team All-American

2013 WomensLax.com All-American

2013 SynapseSports.com First-Team All-American

2013 Tewaaraton Award Nominee

2013 ALC Offensive Player of the Year

2013 All-ALC First Team

2013 IWLCA All-South Region

2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2013 ALC Preseason Player to Watch

2013 Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American

2012 IWLCA Second Team All-America

2012 WomensLax.com All-America

2012 SynapseSports.com Second Team All-America

2012 IWLCA First Team All-South Region

2012 Tewaaraton Award Nominee

2012 All-ALC First Team

2012 ALC Preseason Player to Watch

2012 Inside Lacrosse Preseason First Team All-America

2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2011 IWLCA First Team All-America

2011 WomensLacrosse.com First Team All-America

2011 WomensLax.com All-America

2011 IWLCA First Team All-South Region

2011 ALC Player of the Year

2011 All-ALC First Team

2011 Tewaaraton Award Nominee

Nike/Inside Lacrosse National PoW (4/18/11)

WomensLacrosse.com National Offensive PoW (4/18/11)

WomensLax.com National Player of the Week (4/18/11)

ALC Offensive Player of the Week (4/18/11)

WomensLacrosse.com National Offensive PoW (4/4/11)

ALC Offensive Player of the Week (4/4/11)

ALC Offensive Player of the Week (3/28/11)

WomensLacrosse.com Honor Roll (2/21/11)

ALC Offensive Player of the Week (2/21/11)

2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2011 ALC Academic Honor Roll

2010 ALC All-Tournament Team

WomensLacrosse.com Honor Roll (5/10/10)

2010 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

2010 ALC Academic Honor Roll

Member of Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society

 

2013: Became the first Gator to score 200 career goals…Finished second all-time in points (261)…Led the Gators in scoring in 2013 with 69 points on 50 goals and19 assists…Ranked 33rd in the nation in points and averaged 3.74 points per game…Also recorded 19 ground balls… Became the Gators’ first ever three-time IWLCA All-American…Also named a WomensLax.com and SynapseSports.com All-American…Was named the first ever ALC Offensive Player of the Year…Named a Tewaaraton Award nominee for third consecutive season...Scored multiple goals in 15 games…Recorded a point in 20 of 21 games…Helped the Gators to the fifth-best scoring offense in the nation (14.76 gpg.)…Scored a team-high three points on two goals and an assist in the NCAA quarterfinal against Syracuse… Threw in a team-high five goals against Denver in the 16-5 NCAA second round win to...Saw action in the ALC Championship against Northwestern…Helped the Gators in a historic win over No. 4 Northwestern by adding three goals, two assists and a ground ball…Assisted the Gators in a win over Vanderbilt with two goals, one assist and one ground ball…Scored a team-high seven points on five goals, two assists, three ground balls, a draw control and caused one turnover against No. 17 John Hopkins…Registered one goal at No. 9 Penn State…Recorded three goals and one assist against Ohio State…Had an assist, a ground ball and caused a turnover against Stetson…Helped the Gators defeat Oregon by adding a goal and an assist…Added a goal for the Gators in the dominating win over Lehigh…Had two goals, two assists and three ground balls against No. 13 Dartmouth…Led the team with seven points on five goals and two assists against No. 9 Loyola…Contributed four goals in a win over No. 4 Syracuse…Scored three goals, had one assist and caused a turnover against Albany…Had two goals and one ground ball against UC Davis…Tallied three goals, two assists and had a ground ball against No. 18 Stony Brook…Scored two goals at High Point…Had two goals and one ground ball against Jacksonville…Scored one goal and three ground balls against No. 5 North Carolina.

 

2012: Started all but two games for the Gators … A consensus All-American from all three national organizations, Cullen was named to the Second Team by both the IWLCA and SynapseSports.com … Named IWLCA First Team All-South Region ... Nominated for the Tewaaraton Award ... First-Team All-ALC … Tied for the team lead in points (69) and finished second on the Gators in both assists (24) and goals (45), while adding 13 ground balls, six draw controls and five caused turnovers … Finished 31st in the NCAA in points, 42nd in goals and 49th in assists, while ranking fourth in the conference in points per game, fifth in goals per game and eighth in assists per game … Set school records with a 36-game point streak and a 10-game assist streak before missing two games due to a concussion suffered against Ohio State … Scored a goal in every appearance except the 5-4 defeat of OSU in the ALC Semifinals … Recorded an assist, a ground ball and caused turnover against No. 4 Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals ... Scored two goals and an assist to go along with a ground ball and a caused turnover against Penn State in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... Scored a goal and an assist against Albany in the NCAA First Round, adding a ground ball and a caused turnover ... Became the first Gator to record 150 career goals against No. 1 Northwestern, scoring three goals and an assist in the ALC Championship ... Tabbed a ground ball against Ohio State in the ALC Semifinals ... Recorded a goal and a draw control at No. 1 Northwestern ... Tops on the team with five goals, adding a draw control, against No. 17 Vanderbilt ... Led the team with four goals at No. 19 Johns Hopkins including scoring the game-tyer in overtime ... Missed the Fresno State and Penn State games due to a concussion ... Notched two of the Gators’ three assists at No. 15 Ohio State, adding three draw controls and a ground ball ... Led the team with five goals and three assists against No. 10 Dartmouth, tying her career high with eight points, and added a personal-best four ground balls along with a draw control and a caused turnover ... Put up four goals and two assists at William & Mary ... Tallied two goals and two assists against Stony Brook ... Notched an assist in her school-record sixth straight game against Temple ... Recorded two goals and a career-high-tying three assists at No. 15 Georgetown ... Scored the game-tying goal with 53 seconds left to send the game into overtime against No. 9 Syracuse and also assisted on the Gators’ first goal of the game ... Recorded two goals, an assist and ground ball against Detroit ... Scored five goals and two assists against Siena ... Led the team with six points at UMBC, recording two assists and four goals, including the Gators’ first-ever man-down score ... Notched a goal and a ground ball in the first half against Jacksonville ... Scored a team-leading four points at No. 3 UNC, recording three goals and an assist, while adding a ground ball and a caused turnover ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

 

2011: Had a standout sophomore campaign, garnering IWLCA First Team All-America honors, as well as WomensLacrosse.com First Team All-America and WomensLax.com All-America recognition … Florida’s only IWLCA First Team All-South Region honoree, as well as the American Lacrosse Conference Player of the Year and All-ALC First Team … Received nine weekly honors throughout the season from various organizations, including being named the ALC Offensive Player of the Week four times, WomensLacrosse.com National Offensive Player of the Week twice, WomensLax.com National Player of the Week once and Nike National Player of the Week once … Cullen was the first sophomore since Northwestern’s Kristen Kjellman, a three-time ALC Player of the Year and two-time Tewaaraton Award recipient, to be named ALC Player of the Year, and was one of only three sophomores named First Team All-America … Led the nation in scoring for the 2011 regular season, notching 77 goals on the year and averaging 3.85 goals per game to lead the ALC … Averaged 4.3 points per game, a .501 shooting percentage and a .755 shot on goal percentage … Scored six goals or more on four occasions and scored a hat trick in 16 out of 20 games … Holds the record for second-fastest opening goal in NCAA history, scoring in eight seconds against Penn State … Scored a point in every game in 2011, carrying a 24-game streak dating back to April 28, 2010, into the 2012 season … Scored two goals on three shots while adding an assist in the NCAA Quarterfinals against Duke … Scored four goals against Stanford in the NCAA First Round … Had a hat trick and an assist against Ohio State in the ALC Semis and an assist against Northwestern in the finals … Scored a goal against Cornell … Had an assist against No. 17 Vanderbilt while playing limited minutes … Scored six goals against Northwestern, including 3-of-4 from free position … Scored a team-leading five goals against Johns Hopkins, adding two ground balls … Named National and ALC Offensive Player of the Week for her performance against No. 16 Penn State, scoring a school-record seven goals and assisting on the final goal of the game for a career-high-tying eight points … Named ALC Offensive Player of the Week for her performances against Fairfield and Ohio State … Tied then-program and personal record for goals in a game with six against Ohio State … Scored a team-high four goals against Fairfield, including 3-for-3 on free position shots … Scored three goals on three shots (1.000) against No. 11 Syracuse … Scored four goals on six shots (.667) against Colgate … Had six points against Temple, including a team-leading five goals … Had four goals on eight shots against Georgetown … Scored five points against Lehigh, leading the team with four goals on seven shots … Led the team with five goals on nine shots (.556) against UMBC, including going 2-for-2 on free position shots … Named ALC Offensive Player of the Week for her performances against UNC, Jacksonville and Denver … Tied what was then the school record for goals with six against Denver, while also notching two assists against the Pioneers for a career-high eight points … Led the Gators in scoring against Jacksonville and UNC with four goals in each contest, including her first free-position goal of the season against Jacksonville … Named to the SEC and ALC Academic Honor Rolls.

 

2010: Appeared in all 18 contests with 12 starts for the Gators … Had the second-most free-position goals (7) on the team … Finished third on the team in points (37) and goals (31) … Also had 16 ground balls, 14 draw controls, six assists and five caused turnovers … Named to the ALC All-Tournament Team and to the WomensLacrosse.com Honor Roll following her performance at the conference tournament … Had three goals and two draw controls in the ALC Semifinal loss to No. 10 Vanderbilt … Scored a season-high six goals on just six shots in the upset win over No. 20 Johns Hopkins in the ALC Quarterfinals … Had a goal and an assist, one ground ball and one draw control in the loss at No. 2 Northwestern … Recorded one assist in the loss to No. 8 Vanderbilt … Had a ground ball and a draw control in the 2OT loss at Colgate … Notched four goals and had a draw control in the win at Le Moyne … Scored once in the win over No. 14 Penn State … Had five goals in the win over Oregon … Scored one goal and had one assist in the loss at No. 17 Ohio State … Scored two goals, including the game-winner, and had two ground balls in the win over Cornell … Had two ground balls, one draw control and caused a turnover in win over No. 17 New Hampshire … Had a goal, three assists, one ground ball, one draw control and a caused turnover in the win over Marist … Scored three goals, had two draw controls, a ground ball and a caused turnover in the loss at JHU … Had two ground balls and six shots in the loss to No. 5 Georgetown … Scored two goals in the win over SBU … Had two ground balls, two caused turnovers and a draw control at No. 4 North Carolina … Had two goals, the first of her career, and a draw control in the win at La Salle … Started and recorded five shots, three draw controls and one ground ball in the win over Jacksonville … Named to the SEC Freshman and ALC Academic Honor Rolls.

 

Before Florida: Four-year member of The McDonogh School lacrosse team … McDonogh was the 2009 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) Champion and ranked No. 2 in the nation in 2009 with a 19-1 record … Played for Coach Chris Robinson … Recorded 28 goals, 13 assists and 58 ground balls as a senior … Named an Under Armour All-American … Ranked in Top 25 Incoming Freshmen for 2009 by Inside Lacrosse Magazine … Won the 2009 McDonogh Golden Eagle Award … Placed on the Inside Lacrosse Magazine Top Rising Seniors to Watch List for the 2008-09 season … Named to the 2008 Baltimore Sun All-Baltimore County and All-Metro teams … Member of the 2008 Under Armour Underclassmen Baltimore Championship team … Scored 26 goals, tallied 14 assists and picked up 58 ground balls as a junior … Named to the 2008 IAAM All-Star Team … Team was the 2008 IAAM Runner-Up and team finished No. 6 in the nation … Named a 2008 Digital Sports First-Team performer … Six-year member of the M&D Lax club team … Named to 2007 All-Galaxy First-Team and was a member of the 2008 Galaxy National Championship team … Also named to the 2008 All-Tournament Team at the Vail Shootout … Played soccer, basketball and tennis in high school … Captain of the basketball team.

 

Personal: Born Kathleen Mary Cullen on April 17, 1991, in Silver Springs, Maryland … Daughter of John and Carolyn Cullen … Has one sister, Kristin, who played field hockey at University of Maryland, Baltimore County … Dean’s List and Honor Roll student in high school with a 4.1 GPA … Won the Henry Child Kirk, Jr. Memorial Trophy in high school as the student who showed the most all-around improvement … Chose Florida over Maryland, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Johns Hopkins.

 

Major: Criminology.

 

Career Stats

 

GP

GS

G

A

Pts

Sh

Sh%

Sog

Sog%

GW

fpg-fps

GB

DC

TO

CT

2013

21

21

50

19

69

115

.435

86

.748

3

7-26

19

1

22

3

2012

20

20

45

24

69

113

.398

80

.708

3

12-24

13

6

29

5

2011

20

20

77

9

86

151

.510

114

.755

4

20-35

9

8

27

4

2010

18

12

31

6

37

91

.341

67

.736

2

7-17

16

14

26

5

Totals

81

73

205

59

69

477

.430

352

.738

12

46-102

59

29

106

17

 

Career Highs

Goals.......................................... 7 at Penn State (4/2/11)

Assists...................... 3, 3x-last vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)

Points........................ 8, 3x-last vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)

Shots............................... 13 vs. Johns Hopkins (4/6/13)

Ground Balls......................... 4 vs. Dartmouth (3/20/12)

Draw Controls........... 3, 2x-last at Ohio State (3/24/12)

Caused Turnovers.......... 2 at North Carolina (2/28/10)

 

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