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#23 McKenzie Karas
Position: Defender
Height: 5'11"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.
High School: Arbor View
Club: Las Vegas Premier
Washington
2014 (Junior)
  • Has appeared in two games, coming on as a sub against Kentucky and Wisconsin
  • Recorded one shot against Kentucky in the season opener
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

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.
  • 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."


MCKENZIE KARAS' CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR GP/GS GOALS ASSISTS SHOTS
2012-13 7-0 0 0 1
2013-14 16-14 1 0 14
2014-15 3-0 0 0 1
CAREER 26-14 1 0 16
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