Katie Chrest Erbe, a native of Hampstead, Md., is the first member from the Blue Devil women’s lacrosse program to be enshrined into the Duke Athletics Hall of Fame following a storied career headlined by the 2005 Tewaaraton Trophy, an honor presented annually to the nation’s top player. From 2003-06, she helped Duke to a four-year ledger of 61-18 with three ACC regular season championships, one ACC Tournament title and four NCAA Tournament berths including two appearances in the Final Four. A two-time All-America pick, Erbe was the 2003 ACC Rookie of the Year and went on to garner ACC Player of the Year accolades in both 2005 and 2006. As a junior, she guided the Blue Devils to the first ACC Tournament crown in program history and was named the event’s Most Valuable Player after totaling five goals and three assists in wins over North Carolina and Virginia. The first player in ACC history to garner Rookie of the Year, Player of the Year and Tournament MVP honors, Erbe established the program’s single-season record for total points with 96 in 2005 and graduated as the school’s all-time leader in both goals (216) and points (287). She went on to help the United States to the 2009 Federation of International Lacrosse world championship.