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#23 McKenzie Karas
Position: Defender
Height: 5'11"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.
High School: Arbor View
Club: Las Vegas Premier
Washington
2013 (Sophomore): Played in 16 games, including 12 games in a row to begin the season, and started in 14 ... Finished the season with one goal and 14 shots ... Saw her first start as a Husky vs. UNC-Greensboro and took three shots ... Played her first complete game vs. Boise State, recording three shots ... Scored her first collegiate goal vs. Seattle U off  a header in the 15th minute, giving the Huskies the lead for good ... Made her first career Pac-12 start vs. OSU, where she recorded three shots and played the entire game.

2012 (Freshman):
Made her Husky debut vs. Fresno State, playing 15 minutes ... had one shot off the bench at BYU ... made her Pac-12 debut at Utah and played 14 minutes ... played six minutes vs. ASU in the 2-0 shutout ... saw time off the bench at No. 25 Cal.

High School/Club
Four-time letterwinner and a two-time team captain (2010, 2011) at Arbor View High School in Las Vegas ... Played with fellow Husky Falon Miller while at Arbor View... Named Sunset Region NW League Player of the Year and Nevada Gatorade Player of the Year as a sophomore. Her team went 18-1, winning the District, Regional and State Championships... Played on the Regional Team all four years... Played for the US Youth National Team from 2009 to 2012... Competed with the Las Vegas Premier Club team for three seasons... Went undefeated and finished in first place at the 2011 Surf Cup in San Diego, Calif. ... Played with Heat FC in Las Vegas during the last year and finished first in the 2012 Disney Showcase in Florida... As a sophomore she was a kicker on the Arbor View football team and she played volleyball her junior year... Also ran track, finishing third in the state in the 4x200m relay.

Coach Gallimore on Jammer: "Jammer is a phenomenal athlete with the technical ability to match. Her size and strength make her difficult to beat defensively and a chore to mark in the attack. She strikes a ball well over distance and can be a real threat on set pieces. She was converted to goalkeeper in the U.S. National Team's Youth system, but will play as a holding mid or a central defender for us most likely. And it's not bad having a youth National Team keeper as one of your back-ups in goal, if it comes to needing her there."

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