QUOTING MILLER: "We're excited to have Katie back for her senior season and we look forward to her being impactful as she was all of last year with her ball-winning, set-pieces and overall soccer presence."
CAREER: Over her three-year career, Katie Lippert has logged a significant amount of playing time, including seeing action in 44 games with 35 starts...During that time, she has tallied three goals, six points on 47 shots.
2012: Started all 18 games she played in as a defensive midfielder...Tallied 1,158 minutes of playing time, scored one goal, took eight shots with three on goal...Notched her one goal on the year against Villanova (Sept. 28).
2011: Started in 11 of the 12 games she played...Took 21 shots on the season, including eight shots on goal...Scored lone goal of the season in a 2-2 tie with USF (Sept. 18)...Named a Big East Academic All-Star.
2010: Played in 16 games including five starts...Missed part of the season due to injury...Scored first career goal in first game, a 4-1 victory over Buffalo (Aug. 20)...Finished 2010 with two points and 18 shots...Registered eight shots on goal...Tallied a season-high five shots against West Virginia (Sept. 28)...Named a Big East Academic All-Star.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2010 graduate of Red Land High School in Lewisberry, Pa....Four-year varsity letterwinner...First-team Mid-Penn All-Star in 2010...2009 and 2010 Mid-Penn Commonwealth Player of the Year...Earned an All-State selection in 2009 and 2010 and All-Region in 2010...Harrisburg Patriot News Big 11 First Team selection in 2009 and 2010...Accumulated 82 goals and 30 assists in four years at Red Land...Also a member of the CPYSL Alliance Boys Select Team from 2005-2007...Played for the Hershey Attack travel team from 2008-10, where she guided her squad to the 2009 Pa. State Cup Championship...Played four years of varsity basketball at Red Land.
PERSONAL: Born September 13, 1991...Daughter of Scott and Darlene Lippert...Has one older sibling: Kelsey...Majors in health and physical activity/exercise science.
Minutes: 110, four times- South Florida, 9/18/11; Colorado College, 9/2/11; Eastern Michigan, 8/19/11; at Syracuse, 10/10/10.
Goals: 1, three times- Villanova, 9/28/12; South Florida, 9/18/11; Buffalo, 8/20/10.