RS-JUNIOR (2004) - Started 18 games in the Cougar goal, allowing 18 goals, while making 87 saves...finished season 7-6-3 recorded seven shutouts...earned second team All-Pac-10 honors...became first Cougar soccer player to earn Pac-10 Player of the Week honors twice in a season...earned honor the weeks of Sept. 14-20 and Oct. 12-18...named to Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week Oct. 20 and twice named to Soccer America's Team of the Week Oct. 14-20...season performance ranks on several WSU all-time individual season goalkeeping lists, including minutes in goal (5th, 1674), saves (8th), wins (8th), shutouts (t-2nd) and in goals against average (7th, 0.97)...ranked in Cougar all-time career goalkeeping categories with 3423 minutes in goal (3rd), 164 saves (4th), 14 wins (3rd), a .410 win percentage (7th) and a 0.97 goals against average (3rd)...began season with four shutouts in five games, combining for 425 consecutive shutout minutes, including 110 min in 0-0 tie with No. 8 Tennessee and 90 minutes in 1-0 win over No. 12 Pepperdine...recorded nine saves in 1-0 win over No. 8 UCLA, marking the first time the Cougars held the Bruins scoreless since 1994...earned WSU its first shutout over the Trojans since 1998, making five saves in 2-0 defeat of No. 22 USC...recorded seven saves in a 1-1 double-overtime game against Oregon...named to Academic All-District VIII Women's Soccer University Division Second Team Nov. 6...earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention accolades and named to President's Honor Roll for fall and spring semesters.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2003) - Took over starting duties after Sara Leibowitz suffered an injury, starting 14 of 15 games played...earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention accolades, posting a 6-7 record...recorded 64, ranking her seventh on WSU's single season saves list...season's 0.98 goals against average ranks third in WSU's career category...allowed only 12 goals and recorded seven shutouts, ranking sixth in WSU all-time solo shutouts category...played 1,282:32 minutes in the net, moving in to sixth in WSU all-time minutes in goal category...posted first career shutout against Montana, recording five saves...made four saves to hold No. 10 Duke scoreless...recorded shutouts against New Mexico and Idaho State, making five saves against the Bengals...made six saves in WSU's first Pac-10 win of the season over Oregon 2-0...made 10 saves in Cougars win over Stanford, marking first WSU win against the Cardinal since 1993...earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.
RS-FRESHMAN (2002) - Played in six matches, starting two...made collegiate debut in second half of 8-1 victory over Montana, giving up one goal and making a save...played 22 scoreless minutes in net to close out Utah match...shared shutout with Sara Leibowitz in 8-0 win over Gonzaga...made first start against Brigham Young, making six saves...started against Washington, making a key save in the second overtime to preserve a tie...played in the second half against No. 3 UCLA, making four saves...finished the season with 13 saves in 367 minutes in goal.
FRESHMAN (2001) - Redshirt season, did not play.
Played keeper at Thomas Jefferson High under head coach Taylor Betz...earned two varsity letters in both football and basketball...FRESHMAN year, named to the all-conference first team...honorable mention All-State selection...soccer team went 9-3 and finished second in the state...goals against average was third in state rankings...as a SOPHOMORE, earned honorable mention All-State honors and first team all-conference recognition in soccer...team went 8-3 and finished second in the league...JUNIOR year, earned second team all-conference and team MVP honors...chosen for the Colorado Women in Sports Award...made the all-conference second team for kicking duties on the football team...SENIOR year, nominated for the Colorado Women in Sports award...captained the football team and was picked to the all-conference first team as kicker...played for the Denver Soccer Club and the Region IV ODP team.
Born Kathryn Joan Hultin on September 27, 1982 at Denver, Colo...parents Wally and Donna...sister Rachel...uncle was a WSU grad...father swam at the University of Denver...was Thomas Jefferson school president...worked as the editor-in-chief of the yearbook...earned an academic letter all four years...received the Mile H. Scholar Daughters of the American Revolution Citizen of the Year.
YEAR MP MS MIN SV GA GAA SHO W-L 2002 6 2 367:13 13 7 1.72 0 0-2-1 2003 15 14 1282:32 64 12 0.84 7 6-7-0 2004 18 18 1673:18 87 18 0.97 7 7-6-3 Total 39 34 3323.03 164 37 0.97 14 13-15-4