Duke Women's Lacrosse BIO
85 Katherine Fraile
2014: Took the field in the season opener against Elon, making one save in four minutes of action (2/7).
Prior to Duke: Transferred to Duke from Bucknell, where she appeared in seven games for the Bison in 2012, starting three … Totaled 261:05 minutes in the cage during the 2012 season, posting a record of 1-2 … Tallied 24 saves while compiling a 14.25 goals against average … Also credited with four ground balls and two caused turnovers that spring … Prior to playing at Bucknell, spent the fall of her sophomore season on the women’s lacrosse roster at Duke … Attended Pittsburgh as a freshman, participating on the Panthers’ club women’s lacrosse team … Four-year letterwinner at Manheim Township in Lancaster, Pa. … Led her high school squad to Pennsylvania District III titles in 2009 and 2010 … Also helped Manheim Township earn league championships in 2007, 2009 and 2010 … Tabbed to the Girls Upper Atlantic tournament team … Played for the Lancaster Area Xtreme Lacrosse club team … Also lettered two seasons in field hockey and one season in tennis … National Merit Scholar Finalist … Member of the National Honor Society and the Honor Roll.
Personal: Born Katherine Iverson Fraile on Feb. 15, 1993 in Norfolk, Va. … Daughter of Robert and Susan Fraile … Sister of David, Brian and the late Chris Fraile … Father graduated from Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering in 1974.