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#2 Kate Deines
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Issaquah, Wash.
High School: Issaquah
Club: Eastside FC '88
Experience: 3 Letters

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2011 (Senior): Named a Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Candidate ... a Hermann Trophy Award Watch List member ... First-Team All-Pacific Region ... Second-Team All-Pac-12 ... Second-Team Academic All-Pac-12 ... named NSCAA Second-Team Scholar All-American ... Second-Team ESPN Academic All-District ... named to the 20-Year All-UW Women's Soccer Team ... Husky/Nike Invitational Offensive MVP ... earned the 101 Club Scholar-Athlete and the Faith Awards at the team banquet ... in the Summer of 2011 played on the U-23 National Team ... Started 18 games ... ends UW career starting every single game that she played for the Huskies ... had two goals with 18 shots, two assists, and finished with six points ... scored on a penalty against USF (Sept. 25) and also had a season-high five shots against USF ... scored her final UW goal against Utah in the 55th minute in a 4-0 win ... missed two games due to injury ... ranked first in UW career record books in games played and started (86), 10th in points (47), tied for sixth in goals (21), tied for sixth in game-winning goals (7) ... also had a career 132 shots.

2010 (Junior): Earned the Provost Academic Excellence Award at the WESPYs ... Husky team captain ... First-Team All-Pacific Region ... First-Team All-Pac-10 ... the Student-Athlete of the Week on Sept. 6 ... the MVP of the Husky/Nike Invitational ... Second-Team Pac-10 All-Academic ... NSCAA Scholar All-West Region ... Second-Team NSCAA Scholar All-American ... ranked 98th on the Top 100 Upperclassmen list and 16th in the Pac-10 ... had her best year yet as a Husky as she was one of four players to play and start in all 24 games ... played midfield most of the season but started in the back line at the end of the year due to team injuries ... led the team in goals (9), points (19), game-winning goals (3), shot percentage (.265) and penalty kicks (3-3) ... also had one assist, 34 shots and 18 shots on goal (.529 SOG %) ... completed her first career hat trick and just the 17th in school history vs. Syracuse on Sept. 3, scoring three out of the teams four goals, including two penalty kicks ... had her first goal of the season in that game in the 18th minute, which would be the game-winner ... then scored in the 19th minute on PK and in the 49th minute also on a PK ... scored the game-winning goal vs. Penn State on Sept. 10 in the 30th minute ... scored goals in back-to-back games twice on the season, first vs. Cleveland State on Sept. 17 in the 37th minute and at St. Mary's on Sept. 24 in the 60th minute ... then scored in back-to-back games in Pac-10 play vs. Arizona State on Oct. 10 on a game-winning penalty kick in the 15th minute and at Cal on Oct. 15 in the 69th minute ... scored her final goal on the year at Washington State on Nov. 5 in the 62nd minute ... assisted Kellye Joswick on a goal in the 53rd minute of the Pac-10 opener vs. Arizona on Oct. 8 ... in the NCAA Second Round game at No. 2 Portland on Nov. 14, took the first and 11th penalty kicks for UW, making both attempts ... ranks ninth at UW on the single-season list in goals for the 2010 season ... in the school career record books ranks seventh in game-winning goals (7), eighth in goals (19) and 10th in points (42) ... in the final Pac-10 standings for all games, tied for eighth in goals and ninth in points ... in conference only games, ranked ninth in goals and goals per game.

2009 (Sophomore): Named NSCAA Second Team All-Pacific Region and Second-Team All-Pac-10 along with Honorable Mention All-Academic ... started all 22 games after starting all 22 as a freshman in 2008 ... one of four players to start every game... A consistent, hard-working midfielder ... chipped in nine points on three goals and three assists ... tied for fourth on the team with nine points ... ranked third on the team with 43 shots ... two of her three goals were game-winners, including the lone goal in UW's 1-0 win over Ole Miss in the NCAA First Round ... her other game-winner came in the season's third match as she scored the first goal in UW's 3-0 win over Columbia in the Husky Nike Invitational ... it was her first goal of the season ... also scored a goal in UW's 2-1 win over Utah State ... had the game-tying assist in UW's 3-2 overtime win over UC-Irvine, setting up Veronica Perez in the 88th minute to send the match into OT ... assisted on UW's only goal in a 1-1 draw with Arizona State ... also set up Perez for UW's lone goal in a 2-1 loss to No. 4 UCLA.

2008 (Freshman): Made an immediate impact in her first season, scoring seven goals, which ranked second on the team ... the mark also ties for the second-most goals by a freshman in Husky history behind Kim Taylor's eight ... named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman First Team and was also named honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... also voted Soccer Buzz First-Team Freshman All-American along with All-West Region Second-Team and First-Team Freshman All-West Region ... named the team's Rookie of the Year ... four of her goals came in Pac-10 play ... Also second on the team in points (14) and shots (37) ... two of her goals were game winners ... started all 22 games ... scored her first goal just 33 minutes into her career, scoring the second goal in UW's 3-0 opening win over Montana ... scored her first Pac-10 goal in UW's 3-2 win over Cal, evening the score at 1-1 in the 47th minute ... scored the game-winner in UW's next game, a 2-1 win at Oregon State ... her second game-winning goal came in UW's regular-season finale against Arizona when she made the score 2-0 in the 63rd minute; UW went on to hold on for a 2-1 win .... also scored against San Diego State and Arizona State and added her first postseason goal in UW's 3-2 win over LSU in the NCAA First Round ... the goal against LSU came with UW trailing 2-0 in the 60th minute and kicked off a run of three unanswered goals which sent the Huskies into the Second Round.

Issaquah High School:
Two-time Gatorade State (WA) Player of the Year (2006, 2007) ... four-time all-state selection ... a NSCAA All-American in 2007 ... led the Eagles to three Class AAA state titles in her four championship game appearances ... team won the KingCo league title in all four of her years ... registered 22 goals and four assists during her senior year as the team finished its second-straight undefeated season at 19-0-1 ... team posted a 75-5-3 record in her four years ... amassed 76 career goals including the game-winner against Seattle Prep in the 71st minute of the 2007 state final ... served one year as captain ... named First-Team All-KingCo Conference all four years ... honored as Class AAA Player of the Year and named to the Seattle Times all-area team in both her junior and senior seasons.

Parents are Betsy and Matt Deines ... has a younger brother, Jay ... won an ODP national championship with the Washington state ODP squad in 2004 ... team also finished first in the WSYSA (Washington) State club championships in 2006-07 ... spent two years as a volunteer with Athletes for Kids ... prep teammate of former Husky teammate Lindsey Kasser ... also considered Portland and Stanford.

Coach Gallimore on Deines:
"Kate is one of the most technically sound players I have seen in a long time. She is a very complete player who is extremely self-motivated to become the best. She is a proven winner on and off the field."


Favorite songReplay by Sean Kingston
Guilty pleasureChocolate covered strawberries
Strangest thing a coach ever said to you"Go to jail" - The Warden (aka Jim Thomas)
Most embarrassing soccer momentWhen I peed my pants in our preseason game last year against Purdue
Favorite part of being a HuskyHaving the opportunity to be a part of such an awesome team. Love you all!
Favorite restaurant in SeattleMarrakesh (it's a fun time)
Favorite place on UW campusHusky Soccer Field at 7 p.m. on a Friday night
Current cell phone ring toneUse Somebody by Kings of Leon
Zodiac signVirgo
If you could guest star on a TV show, what would it be?Gossip Girl
Biggest celebrity crushJohnny Depp and Thierry Henry (equally as great)
Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift cardNordstrom
If you could have dinner with anyone, who would it beMy family (mom, dad and brother)
Why did you choose your numberNo. 2 is lucky
Random fact people wouldn't know about Kate DeinesIf I didn't play soccer, I would die to be a star on Broadway
If you could trade places with a teammate for a day, who would it be and whyVeronica Perez (so I could experience some "V-Magic")
Best thing about playing for Coach GallimoreLesle's knowledge and high expectations coupled with a true caring for her players on and off the field, make her the ultimate role model and coach!

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