- Kate Bazos
- 5' 6"
- London, Ontario (Sir Fredrick Banting Secondary School)
2005: Sat out 2005 season with a left anterior cruciate ligament tear that was suffered early in pre-season training…In the summer of 2006, played with Total Soccer Systems of the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL) in Vancouver.
Club: 2005 U-20 Canadian National Team member…Member of the U-19 Canadian National team that went to U-19 World Championships in Thailand in 2003…Played midfielder alongside current Gator All-American Melanie Booth on the Toronto Inferno, where she was coached by Tom Mcmanus…Led the Inferno in points (12), assist (4), and shots (23) and also second in goals (4) in 2004…From 1997-03, played for the London Shooting Stars and within a span of seven years won the Ontario Cup three times (2000, 2002, 2003), won national championship (2000), won the Indoor Ontario Cup (2003), won the provincial championship (2001), and also provincial runner-up (2003)…Team MVP for London Shooting Stars for six consecutive years (1998-2003) and top point leader for six years (1998-00, 2002-04)…Participated in the National Training Center Ontario (NTC-O) from 2000-04…Member of the 2001 U-15 Ontario Provincial National Championship team…In 2002, member of the U-16 Ontario Provincial and U-16 Canadian National Teams…U-17 Ontario Provincial Team, and part of the U-17 and U-19 Canadian National Teams in 2003.
PERSONAL…Born Aug. 15, 1986 in London, Ontario…Daughter of Gus and Susan Bazos…Has an older brother, Adam (20)…Graduated from Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School in London, Ontario, Canada in 2004…Recipient of Ontario Business Studies Certificate and Ontario Business Studies Award…Played junior volleyball…Also considered Michigan during the recruiting process… Among SoccerBuzz.com's Top International Recruits for 2005.
Major: Social and Behavioral Sciences
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