2006: Named to Inside Lacrosse All-America third team … IWLCA/US Lacrosse All-South region second team … Tewaaraton Trophy nominee … womenslacrosse.com National Player of the Week on March 14 … Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week on March 20 … started all 21 games … second on team in goals scored with 46 and first in assists with 32 … assist total was most ever in a season by a Blue Devil … her goal total was the sixth best in school history … her 78 points were the third highest total in a season in Duke history … tied for most game-winning goals with five … collected 23 ground balls, seven draw controls and caused nine turnovers … had four goals on four occasions and three or more assists five times … had at least one point in all 21 games … scored a team high 18 points in ACC games including 12 assists … moved up to second on all-time Duke assists list and is only three from the lead … now fourth on Duke career points list with 187 … sixth on all-time goals scored list with 115 … placed on Academic All-ACC team.
2005: Selected to the NCAA All-Tournament team after recording eight goals and five assists in three games … finished the season second on the team with 47 goals, 21 assists and 68 points … scored game-winning goals against Virginia in the ACC Championship game and North Carolina in the NCAA Tournament … played in all 21 games with 18 starts … scored at least one goal in 19 games … tallied at least three goals in nine games … scored a career-high five goals against William & Mary … posted at least one assist on 11 occasions … seven games with at least five points … recorded six points against Denver, William & Mary and Stanford … led the team with 10 free position goals on 16 attempts … posted 22 ground balls with 19 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers … ACC Honor Roll selection.
2004: Saw action in all 19 games for the Blue Devils, starting 18 … tallied 41 points, 22 goals and 19 assists … finished first on the team in assists and third in goals ... scored a season-high three goals against Notre Dame … scored the game-winning goal against Dartmouth … averaged more than two points per game for the season … collected 18 ground balls ... ACC Honor Roll.
Prep: Led Mount Hebron to four consecutive state championships ... member of the U.S. Under-19 squad which won the World Championships ... two-time US Lacrosse All-America ... honorable mention All-America in 2001 ... twice named the Howard County Player of the Year ... Baltimore Sun 2002 and 2003 Athlete of the Year ... three-time Baltimore Sun and Washington Post first team All-Howard County ... Washington Post and Baltimore Sun first team All-Metro as a junior and senior ... Mid-Atlantic I team - USL National Schoolgirl Tournament Champions in 2002 ... club team - Hero’s Lacrosse Club - National Draw Champions in 2002 ... Baltimore Sun and Washington Post Howard County Player of the Year in basketball as a junior and senior ... also received first team All-Metro recognition in 2003 ... scored over 1,000 points in her junior year of basketball and is second on the school’s all-time scoring list … a member of the Mount Hebron Hall of Fame with basketball jersey number retired.
Personal: Born Kristen Marie Waagbo on January 19, 1985, in Portsmouth, Va. ... daughter of Steve and Jean Waagbo … has one brother, Justin (23) … majoring in cultural anthropology with a concentration in markets and management studies.