Two-time monogram winner for the Irish who will be one of the team's top midfielders in 2007 ... hard-working tenacious player who makes plays all over the field ... has continued to improve her all-around game in each season with the Irish ... team leader on and off the field ... plays a physical style and doesn't shy away from contact ... has outstanding work habits and leads the team by example ... has become one of Notre Dame's top players on the draw ... was second on the squad with 41 draws controls in 2006 ... key member of the team's transition game ... uses her speed and quickness to jump start the attack ... played a key role in team's success in 2006 as the Irish advanced to the NCAA semifinals ... has seen action in 36 games over her first three seasons, starting 33 of them ... has 26 goals and seven assists for 33 career points ... has 57 ground balls, 59 draw controls and 16 caused turnovers for her career.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 19 games in her second season as a starter at midfield, making 18 starts ... turned in career highs in goals (15), assists (6), points (21), draw controls (41) and caused turnovers (9) ... was seventh in scoring while converting on 15-of-37 shots for a .405 shooting percentage ... had six games with two or more points and five games with two or more goals ... had eight games with three or more draw controls ... opened the season with two goals in win at California ... recorded four points (2g, 2a) in 20-4 win versus Lehigh ... followed with a pair of goals in 12-11 cliffhander with James Madison ... scored game-winning goal in 13-9 win over Loyola in Wellington, Fla. on March 16 ... had career highs in goals (4) and points (5) in 18-2 win against Canisius ... picked up a goal and an assist in 13-9 win versus UConn ... went scoreless for two games before scoring once in loss at Georgetown ... held off the scoresheet in 12-11 regular-season finale versus Vanderbilt but had a career-best nine draw controls with two ground balls and two caused turnovers ... had two goals in NCAA win versus Cornell with six draw controls.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Broke into the lineup in the fall and never looked back, as she started all 15 games for the Irish ... scored 11 goals on 28 shots (.393 shooting percentage) ... finished third on the team in ground balls (32) and draw controls (18) ... had seven caused turnovers ... had three two-goal games on the year ... had nine games with two or more ground balls and six games with two or more draw controls ... scored first collegiate goal (first of two in the game) in 18-11 loss to Northwestern ... followed with two goals in an 11-8 loss to Cornell ... had one goal versus James Madison and racked up third two-goal game of the year in 18-8 home win versus California ... had two points (1g, 1a) in loss to Connecticut ... put together a three-game goal streak with single goals versus Duke, Stanford and Georgetown ... picked up a career-high five ground balls at Boston College ... recorded a season-best four draw controls versus Rutgers.
AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in games versus Boston College and at Ohio State in her rookie season.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-sport standout at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn. ... lettered in soccer (2), hockey (3) and lacrosse (3) during her career ... helped hockey team to conference championship as a junior ... was named all-state and all-New England following junior season in hockey ... led team in assists in junior and senior years ... in lacrosse, led Choate Rosemary Hall in scoring in her final two years ... was team MVP as a junior and senior ... selected all-New England and all-state as a senior ... honorable mention All-America following junior year ... full name is Katherine McKenna Orr ... daughter of Bruce and Susan Orr ... has three younger brothers ... born March 29, 1985, in Houston, Texas ... double major in English and peace studies in the College of Arts and Letters.