Upcoming leading forward Kate Howarth of Grand Blanc, Mich. was selected to the 2011 NCAA Women’s Division I All Southeast Third Team. Howarth began and played in 19 games of the 2011 season, capping a less successful season with 11 goals and seven assists on the season. She headed the team with 29 points and 45 shots, as well as three game-winning goals.
A vital contribution of the Canes offense scored two goals in games against Maryland, Howarth (October 16), Clemson (Sept. 15), Duquesne (Sept. 4) and Monmouth (August 21). After his 2010 season was interrupted by a sprained ankle and fibula broken, Howarth used his 11-month revitalization time to return tough than yet.
She ranks fourth in the ACC at 1.53 points per game in 2011. He was also the ACC Player of the Week honors on Oct. 18 received UM dropped the first 10 opponents ranked Boston College and Maryland. In the same week he was named player of the week to three additional lists: SoccerSavings.com / Soccer News Net Women's College, CollegeSoccer360.com’s National Primetime and Disney Soccer / NSCAA.
In 2009 she played in 17 games and earned seven starts. She scored a hat-trick against Ball State on 28 August and finished the season with six points, placing her third on the team.
Before his injury in 2010, Howarth scored four goals (second on the team) and totaled 34 hits in 10 performance.
The Canes entered the second round of the NCAA tournament before 1-0 at Long Beach State. The second round form obvious the lowest value in the Canes made the tournament in its first year head coach Tom Anagnost.
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