|Class:||Class of 1986|
|Sport:||Basketball, Lacrosse, Field Hockey|
|Enshrined:||Inducted October 14, 1995|
Kate was one of the most versatile women athletes in College history, participating in field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. In field hockey, she was a two-time team captain, and a four-year starter. In basketball, she was a key member of the Lady Knight varsity for four years during one of the most successful stretches in the program's history. During her tenure, the Lady Knights were 64-40 (62% winning percentage). Kate was also a team captain in lacrosse, and during her junior and senior seasons, the team was a combined 16-4 (80% winning percentage). A living example of what determination and hard work can achieve, Kate maintained her three-sport status despite the adversity of a knee injury that nagged at her throughout her college years. At the close of her senior year, she received the prestigious Victor V. LeMieux Award for loyalty and leadership in athletics.