CAREER: Enters her senior season ranked among school leaders in several categories...tied for fourth among school career leaders in three categories including all-time career goals (11), points (29) and assists (seven).
2007: Saw action in 14 games with 12 starts...ended season with five goals, one assist and 14 points...tied for team lead in scoring with five goals...ranked second on squad in points...took 18 shots on year...scored a goal and registered an assist at Kent State (Sept. 16)...finished with a goal at Georgia State (Sept. 7)...scored goal vs. Syracuse (Sept. 28)...finished with goals in back-to-back games at Georgetown (Oct. 21) and vs. Marquette (Oct. 26).
2006: Started 18 of 18 games played on year...scored six goals, led team with six assists and finished with 13 points on year...ranked third on team in both points (12) and shots taken (29)...scored three goals in leading Pitt to a 3-1 victory against Binghamton (Sept. 1)...became the sixth player in school history to record a hat trick and tied the school record for most goals in a game (3 vs. Binghamton)...registered assists vs. Central Arkansas (Aug. 25), Western Michigan (Sept. 3), at West Virginia (Sept. 15), St. John's (Sept. 22), at DePaul (Sept. 29) and Connecticut (Oct. 22).
2005: Played in 17 games, starting seven as a true freshman... led team in both goals scored (three) and points (six)...led Pitt's freshmen in several statistical categories, shots (11), goals (three), points (six), game-winning goal (one)...recorded individual game highs of four points and two goals vs. West Virginia (Sept. 1)...scored third goal of season vs. Georgetown (Oct. 14).
HIGH SCHOOL: Scored the game-winning goal that allowed Northville High School to claim the state championship as a junior...named to the ODP state team in 2004...played for the Michigan Hawks for seven years...led the Hawks to back-to-back state championships in 2003 and 2004.
PERSONAL: Born March 4, 1987...daughter of Edward and Candace Kritch...has one sister, Julie...sociology major.
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