|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
2011: Appeared in 11 matches, making 10 starts for the Crusaders ... missed eight matches due to injury ... led the Crusaders with four assists on the season, tied for ninth on the school’s single season charts ... tied for eighth in the Horizon League with the four helpers ... tallied eight total shot attempts, two of which were on frame ... had a season-high three shots against Coastal Carolina (Sept. 2) ... played a season-high 100 minutes at IUPUI on Sept. 9.
2010: Played in all 18 matches for the Crusaders, starting 10 contests ... scored in the season-opening victory at UMKC (Aug. 21) ... tallied a goal against Eastern Michigan (Sept. 10) ... drew first collegiate assist on the match-winning goal at IPFW on Sept. 3 ... finished the season with five points, third on the team ... tallied 15 total shot attempts on the year, eight of which were on goal ... took three shots against Eastern Michigan.
2009: Saw action in all 21 matches for Valpo as a freshman, drawing a starting assignment in collegiate debut at Morehead State (Aug. 21) ... scored first collegiate goal against Indiana State on Oct. 9 in a 3-3 draw ... tallied a season-high three shot attempts against both Wright State (Sept. 20) and Indiana State ... all three shots against Wright State were on goal ... seven of 11 season shot attempts were on frame.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs ... an Honorable Mention All-State selection in Michigan in 2009 ... twice named to the All-District Team ... selected to the All-County Team in 2008 ... led team to a 17-1-4 record as a freshman and a 17-2 mark during senior campaign ... an Honorable Mention All-Kensington Valley Conference selection as a junior ... a three-time KVC All-Academic Team selection ... a four-time Scholar-Athlete ... played club soccer for the Michigan Hawks for eight seasons ... club team won the State Cup and regional championship in 2006.
Personal: Catherine is the daughter of Craig and Jeanne Terrell ... major is nursing ... born Sept. 18, 1991.