Career: A tri-captain in 2013 ... Third Team All-America as a sophomore … Third Team All-Southeast Region as a junior ... with her nine career goals in the NCAA Tournament, owns the Duke all-time record for goals in the NCAAs ... posted five goals in the 2011 NCAA Tournament and followed it up with three goals in the 2012 NCAA Tournament … owns the Duke all-time record for points in the NCAAs with 20 ... tied for a Duke single-season record with six game-winning goals as a sophomore ... her nine career game-winning goals ranks tied for seventh all-time at Duke ... needs one goal to move into a tie for ninth on Duke’s all-time goals list (23) ... started 57 of 72 career matches, including 49 of her last 50 ... had surgery on her left knee immediately following the 2011 season.
National Team Experience: Invited to train with the U-23 National Team in the spring of 2012 but was injured and couldn’t participate ... attended U-14 and U-15 U.S. National Team camps along with being named to U-15 National Team pool in 2007.
Junior (2012): Appeared in all 23 games, making 22 starts … Third Team All-Southeast Region … ranked third on the team with eight goals, three of which were game-winners against Elon, Francis Marion and Loyola (Md.) … her seven assists ranked fourth on the team … played 110 minutes each in two games against Maryland and Wake Forest … Duke Nike Classic All-Tournament Team, after scoring a goal and notching two assists against San Diego … Preseason All-America by All White Kit … Preseason MAC Hermann Trophy Award Watch List … ranked tied for 10th in the ACC in shots (2.57) ... third on the team and 10th in the ACC with 59 total shots taken, 21 of which were on goal … recorded a career-high three goals against Loyola (Md.) in the NCAA Tournament … tallied two assists in a 3-1 win over second-ranked Virginia in the NCAA Sweet 16 ... tallied 1,800 minutes played.
Sophomore (2011): Started all 27 games ... NSCAA Third Team All-America ... earned NCAA College Cup’s All-Tournament Team honors ... First Team All-Southeast Region … All-ACC First Team … Academic All-District III Second Team ... ranked 16th in TopDrawerSoccer’s ACC player listing ... named the Ronald McDonald House Charities Student Athlete of the Week on Sept. 14 and Nov. 23 ... named the Duke Nike Classic’s Most Valuable Player, after totaling two goals and two assists in two contests ... ranked second on the team with 27 points, tying for the team lead with 11 goals and assisted on five others ... tied for the team lead and third in the ACC with six game-winning goals ... four of her six game-winning goals came in games decided by one goal ... scored one goal and had two assists on Sept. 9 in a 7-2 win over Texas A&M ... had a multi-goal game in a 5-0 win over Radford on Nov. 13 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... was third on the team and ninth in the ACC with 66 total shots taken, 34 of which were on goal ... tallied goals in three straight contests to open the NCAA Tournament ... took a season-high seven shots on Sept. 11 against UNCG ... played 90 minutes or more in six matches ... ranked fourth on the team with 2,039 minutes played.
Freshman (2010): All-ACC Freshman Team selection ... Duke Nike Classic All-Tournament Team honoree ... was not fully healthy her freshman year with a knee injury ... posted a multiple-point performance with two goals and one assist in the win over Francis Marion ... played in 22 matches including eight starting positions ... scored against Francs Marion, High Point and California, totaling four goals ... her tally against California was in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... tallied five assists ... notched assists against three ACC opponents -- fourth-ranked North Carolina, ninth-ranked Boston College and Wake Forest ... took 34 shots ... totaled 1,201 minutes ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
Regional Team Experience: Member of her Regional ODP Pool from 2002-08; member of Regional ODP team from 2005-08 ... has traveled to Portugal, Spain, Italy and Holland with her Regional ODP squad.
High School/Club: Listed as the top player in the state of Pennsylvania and ranked No. 48 in TopDrawerSoccer.com Girls 2010 Top 100 Players … led her team to its seventh consecutive New Jersey Prep A State Championship as a senior, contributing four assists in the 4-0 finals win … twice named New Jersey’s Gatorade Girls Soccer Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009 … twice named to the ESPN Rise High School Fall All-America first team … earned NSCAA/adidas Youth All-America recognition in 2008 and 2009 … led Pennington to a 68-7-3 record and four state championships during her career … she finished her senior season with a team-leading 15 goals and 20 assists, setting a new single season assist record … voted team captain as a senior … helped Pennington to the No. 6 NSCAA and No. 5 ESPN Rise Fab 50 rankings and a 16-1-2 record as a senior … also led her team to three straight Mercer County Championships from 2007-09 … Prep Player of the Year by The Newark Star Ledger and The Trenton Times as a junior and senior … selected to New Jersey First Team, All-Prep for three straight years from 2007-09 by The Newark Star Ledger, The Trenton Times and The Trentonian … selected by ESPN Rise as the Girls National High School Soccer Player of the Week and the Girls East Region Athlete of the Week during her junior season … named to the EA Sports/ESPN Rise Entire Season High School All-America first team as a junior … led Pennington to an 18-0-0 record and No. 1 National ranking in both the NSCAA (fall) and the ESPN Rise Fab 50 (all seasons) her junior year ... named Player of the Year by The Trentonian as a junior … earned All-County honors all four years …as a freshman, named All-Prep Honorable Mention by The Trentonian after missing half the season due to injury … totaled 52 goals and 51 assists during her career at Pennington to finish second on the career points and assists list … posted 19 goals and 16 assists during her junior campaign and notched 12 goals and 12 assists as a sophomore … captain of her club team, the FC Bucks Vipers, for eight years … led the FC Bucks Vipers to a USYSA National Championship in 2009 and a USYSA third place finish in 2008 and 2010 …selected to the adidas Elite Soccer Program All-Star Team … helped lead her club team to four USYSA regional championships, nine state cup championships and two regional Premier League championships … a four-year letterwinner in basketball and softball … broke a school record in scoring for basketball as a junior, scoring 49 points in a December 2008 game … led the New Jersey Prep League in scoring for basketball as a junior, when she averaged 20.0 points per game … named to New Jersey First Team All-Prep for basketball as a senior ... a Dean’s List student … a member of the Yearbook Committee and Sustainability Club.
Personal: Kaitlyn Katherine Kerr was born Feb. 7, 1992, in Philadelphia, Pa. … daughter of Ron and Carol Kerr … has one brother, Kevin (17) ... a three-time ACC Honor Roll selection ... a three-time All-ACC Academic Team selection ... majoring in psychology along with a markets and management certificate.