- Katie Green
- 5' 8"
- Knoxville, Tenn. (Farragut H.S.)
2006: Appeared in 21 matches, seeing most minutes (42) at South Carolina in regular-season finale…Hit Florida’s final goal in a 3-1 win at No. 17 Auburn…Recorded assists versus Jacksonville and at Alabama.
2005: Named Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week on Oct. 10 after turning in three assists over the previous weekend…Appeared in every match, turning in season-high minutes (67) versus Auburn in the SEC Tournament…Led UF in 2005 with six assists…Shared conference lead with five assists in SEC action…Started first match of her career versus Kentucky and second at Mississippi…Turned in first collegiate goal versus Connecticut…Recorded two assists versus Vanderbilt…Turned in a sub-five second 40-meter time, making her among the team's quickest players.
High School: 2005 Tennessee Player of the Year…Four-year starter for Farragut High School where she was coached by Dennis Lindsay…2004 and '05 Tennessee Sportswriter's All-State selection…Farragut High School was 2005 Tennessee Class 3A State champion…Named district MVP in 2005 and four-time member of all-district team…Regional player of the year (2005) and a three-time member of the All-Region 2-AAA team.
Club: Participated in the Olympic Development Program (ODP) with the Tennessee State Team from 1999-05…Member of Region III U-19 (ODP) team…Five-year member of Diadora Impact club team where she was coached by Phil McNamara …Club team claimed 2005 Orange Classic title…Team also was 2001 and '05 Tennessee state champions and runner-up in 2004.
PERSONAL…Born Oct. 22, 1986 in Albuquerque, N.M.…Daughter of Steven and Anne Green (both UF graduates)…Has three siblings - Jim (20), Jackie (12) and Gus (10)…2005 graduate of Farragut High School…Ran sprint events for the Farragut H.S. track & field team and member of 800-meter relay team that took second at the 2004 state championships…Also considered South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi and Auburn in the recruiting process.
Major:Health Education and Behavior--Community Health
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