ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 
45 - Katherine Martino
Katherine Martino
Height: 5-5
Year: Senior
Hometown: Glastonbury, Conn.
High School: Loomis-Chaffee School
Position: G
House Affiliation: Quincy

Career Highs
Ground Balls: 4 (Massachusetts 3/03/07)
Caused Turnovers: 3 (Johns Hopkins 3/6/10)
Saves: 16 (Massachusetts 3/03/07, Boston College 3/11/07)
Save %: .666 (Massachusetts 2/28/09)

Senior · 2010
Finished career sixth on the Harvard all-time saves list, stopped 344 shots … Started 12 of 14 games in the net … Stopped 94 shots … Boasts a 7-5 overall record … Sports a 9.84 goals-against average … Collected 10 ground balls and caused four turnovers.

Junior · 2009
Started two games and appeared in seven between the pipes for the Crimson ... Compiled a 2-2 record, winning both starts ... Sported a 9.92 goals-against average ... Turned away 29 shots during season ... Gave up a season-low three goals against Massachusetts and Albany ... Made a season-high eight saves in upset victory of No. 20 Cornell

Sophomore · 2008
Started seven of 14 games in the net ... Saved 65 shots and allowed 96 goals for a 12.75 goals-against average ... Finished the season with a 4-5 record and a .404 save percentage ... Collected nine ground balls.

Freshman · 2007
Started all 16 games in goal for Harvard during her freshman season ... Ranked third in the Ivy League in saves per game with 8.43 ... Stopped six shots and allowed a season-low three goals in March 18 win over Quinnipiac ... Collected four ground balls against Massachusetts (March 3) and registered three in season-finale against Brown.

Before Harvard
Won three letters each at Loomis Chaffee as a lacrosse goalie and field hockey sweeper and two as a basketball point guard ... A US Lacrosse national academic honoree as a senior ... Helped team win Western New England championships as a sophomore and junior ... Also earned Western New England All-Star honors in field hockey and all-league honors in basketball ... Member of the Cum Laude Society as a senior ... Earned English Tea and History Awards as a freshman.

Personal
A Harvard College peer advising fellow ... Plays guitar ... Father, Bob, played baseball and soccer for Johns Hopkins.