2012: Missed the first 13 games of the season due to injury ... Saw the field in six contests, starting three ... totaled eight points on seven goals and an assist ... recorded a hat trick in Duke's NCAA Tournament win over Virginia on May 13 ... also scored goals against Boston College, High Point, Maryland and Penn ... amassed 13 draw controls, including a season-high four versus Virginia on May 13 ... added four ground balls and three caused turnovers on the year ... tabbed Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-America first team ... named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... ended her career with 120 points on 111 goals and nine assists to go along with 162 draw controls, 58 ground balls and 33 caused turnovers ... at the end of her four years, ranked 17th in points, 13th in goals and tied for second in draw controls for a career at Duke ... one of seven Blue Devils to top both 100 points and 100 draw controls for a career.
2011: Earned second team IWLCA All-America recognition after starting all 20 games ... named to both the All-South Region first team and All-ACC squad ... totaled 47 points, the third-highest mark on the team ... nominee for the Tewaaraton Trophy ... tallied a career-best 45 goals, trailing only Emma Hamm for the team lead, to become the 13th Blue Devil to reach the 100 career goal plateau (104) ... also collected 62 draw controls, the fourth-highest single season total in Duke history ... sits in fourth place in the Duke record books with 149 career draw controls ... registered nine games as a junior with three or more goals, including four scores against Ohio State, William & Mary, Georgetown, Virginia Tech and Pennsylvania ... named ACC Offensive Player of the Week on Mar. 29 after leading Duke past Virginia with four goals, three draw controls and two ground balls ... repeated as league offensive player of the week on Apr. 12 following wins over Boston College and Brown ... combined for five goals and six draw controls in those two contests ... selected to the All-Academic Team ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll and IWLCA DI Academic Honor Roll.
2010: IWLCA All-South Region second team pick ... named All-ACC after starting all 20 games for the Blue Devils ... came in fourth on the team with 47 points on 42 goals and five assists ... tied a career high with four goals at Vanderbilt on Feb. 14 ... matched that total again on Mar. 10 versus Boston University ... had multi-goal games in 13-of-20 contests in 2010 ... set a Duke single season record with 67 draw controls ... won a career-best eight draws in Duke’s 19-10 win over Navy on Mar. 21 ... recorded five draw controls or more on three other occasions (Maryland, Princeton and Virginia Tech) ... also picked up 21 ground balls while causing 12 turnovers ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2009: Played in 20 games, starting one … led all Blue Devil freshmen with 17 goals … also recorded an assist … totaled 20 draw controls, 13 ground balls and six caused turnovers … had five multi-goal games, including a career-best four goals against William and Mary … netted two goals against Boston College, Canisius, Virginia Tech and California as well … recorded first career goal in the season opener against No. 19 Denver ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Earned five varsity letters in lacrosse at Shaker, starting for team since eighth grade … netted 70 goals and 39 assists for 109 points as a senior, earning U.S. Lacrosse All-America honors … first team Times Union all-star … first team Troy Record all-star … participated in 2008 Under Armour All-America Classic at Towson University after helping squad to a 16-3 record … All-America as a junior, totaling 49 goals and 22 assists … voted school’s best all-around athlete in 2008 after lettering four years in soccer and was a standout ice hockey player … team MVP and Section II Offensive Player of the Year in lacrosse last season … member of the National Honor Society and student government … first runner-up out of 139 student-athletes for the Sports Foundation of the Capital Region 2008 Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.
Personal: Katherine McCook Thomas … daughter of Rob and Katherine Thomas … has one brother (Robbie) and two sisters, (Meggie and Sara) … brother played lacrosse for Hampden-Sydney College … father was a member of the swimming and diving team at Lehigh University ... earning a double major in International Comparative Studies and Russian with a certificate in Markets and Management Studies.
Career Highs Points: 4 (11x) ... last at Florida ... May 21, 2011 Goals: 4 (8x) ... last vs. Pennsylvania ... May 15, 2011 Assists: 1 (8x) ... last at Florida ... May 21, 2011 Ground Balls: 5 vs. Brown ... May 9, 2010 Draw Controls: 8 (2x) ... last vs. Richmond ... Feburuary 18, 2011 Caused Turnovers: 4 ... vs. Brown ... May 9, 2010