PC Women's Lacrosse BIO
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30 Kayla Koch

2017: Started all 16 games in goal...Tied for third in the nation with 4.00 ground balls per game...Led the Big South with 8.50 saves per game, was second in total saves with 136, and was fourth in save percentage at 37.8...Tied for the team lead with 64 ground balls on the season. Added three caused turnovers to her totals...Owned a 2-14 record in the cage...Played six complete games...Set a program DI record with 12 ground balls against Winthrop (4/12)...Recorded a season-high 15 saves against Radford (4/15)...Made double-digit saves in seven games...Allowed a season-low five goals against Butler (3/10)...Held Gardner-Webb (4/8) to six goals.

High School: Played varisty all four years in HS...2012 Bilderback All Star MVP...2013 4A State Championship...Earned Coaches' All County Second Team honors 2015 and 2016...Played varisty unified bowling for two years and varsity unified tennis for one year...Made Honor Roll all four years.

 Club: Played for the Maryland United Lacrosse Club team.

 Personal: Daughter of Adam and DayleAnn Koch...Born on April 28, 1998...Chose PC to have the opportunity to play lacrosse in college at the Division I level...Major is undecided.

Position: Goalie
Height: 5'6"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Annapolis, Md.
High School: Broadneck H.S.
Experience: 1st Year