Kristin Maris

Kristin  Maris

Issaquah, WA

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COLLEGE: Finished career tied for eighth among school leaders in goals with 28, eighth in assists with 17 and tied for eighth in points with 73 ... Named second-team National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-American and honorable mention Daktronics All-American as senior in 2013 ... First-team NSCAA and Daktronics West Region All-Star ... Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year ... Only unanimous pick as GNAC all-star first-team ... Started all 23 games ... Had 11 goals, three of them game winners, and eight assists for 30 points ... Scored two goals each vs. Central Washington on 10/5/13 and vs. Simon Fraser on 11/2/13 ... Second-team CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-American, first-team CoSIDA District 8 Academic all-star for second straight year and GNAC Academic all-star for third consecutive season ... 2012-13 WWU Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Honorable mention Daktronics All-American as junior in 2012 ... First-team NSCAA and Daktronics West Region all-star, and first-team GNAC all-star ... GNAC tournament Most Valuable Player ... Ranked 19th nationally in game-winning goals with five ... Started all 23 games ... Tied for-team lead with nine goals and had six assists, second on team, for 24 points, also second on team ... GNAC Offensive Player of the Week ... Tied career-high with 2 goals in 3-1 win at Saint Martin's on 9/15/12 ... Scored game-winning goal in 2-0 GNAC semifinal win over Western Oregon on 11/1/12 and in 2-1 overtime win at Sonoma State in West Regional semifinal ... Saw action in 15 games, making eight starts, as sophomore in 2011 ... Had four goals and one assist for nine points ... Scored game-winning goal at Saint Martin's on 10/27/11 ... Played in 18 games as freshman in 2010 ... Had four goals, one a game winner, and two assists for 10 points ... Four letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Class 4A state Player of the Year, Seattle Times all-Area and first-team KingCo Conference choice as senior at Issaquah High School ... Helped Eagles win league championship and reach title game at state playoffs, losing 2-1 in a penalty kick shootout ... Team captain and Offensive MVP ... Scored 21 goals, one shy of school record, and had 10 assists ... Had four goals in 4-0 win over Eastlake ... First-team all-league as junior, scoring 15 goals, on squad that reached state quarterfinals ... As sophomore, helped team to league and state championships ... Started and lettered three years ... Also earned one letter in basketball ... Played club soccer for Eastside Red, winning U14 state title.

PERSONAL: Major is behavioral neuroscience ... Her sister, Lauren, played soccer at University of San Francisco.


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