LA Tech finished 9-10-1 overall and 4-6 in conference
Freshman Madison Doll led the Lady Techsters with four shot attempts
LA Tech versus Southern Miss 10/20/13
LA Tech versus FIU 10/6/13
LA Tech versus Southern 9/22/13
LA Tech versus Grambling 9/15/13
LA Tech versus UCA 8/25/13
2013: Played in all 20 games with 16 starts ... Received Team Offensive Player of the Year award ... Had a team-high seven goals, 15 points and three game-winners ... Took 37 shots with a team-high 22 on goal for a .595 SOG percentage, the highest on the team ... Took a season-high six shots at Jackson State (8/27) ... Scored first goal of career at Troy (8/30) for the game-winner ... Netted two goals in a win at ULL (9/6), including the game-winner ... Registered a goal at McNeese State (9/8) ... Registered a goal and the lone assist on the season against Southern (9/22) ... Beat keeper to right corner versus Marshall (10/4), sealing the first ever C-USA win ... Dribbled through traffic and took a left-footed shot across her body for a goal just 11 seconds into the game versus Southern Miss (10/20) for the fastest goal ever scored in LA Tech history.
High School: Lettered four years at The Barstow School for coach Scott Huppe ... Was the 2012 Barstow School Most Valuable Athlete ... Named three times to the first team all-western region and first team all-district for Missouri Class I ... 2012 Missouri Class I Co-Player of the Year in western region and the 2010 and 2011 Offensive Player of the Year ... Named team MVP for the 2011 and 2012 season ... Named second team all-metro for the Kansas City Star in 2012 and honorable mention in 2011 ... 2010 Barstow team finished fourth in the state ... Recorded 90 goals through her junior year, breaking the previous career record which was 48.
Club: Member of the Sporting Blue Valley ... Kansas state champions in 2012-13 ... Ranked 120th in the nation.
Personal: Full name is Kathryn Sloan ... Nickname is "Katie" ... Daughter of Gerald and Kimberly Sloan ... Younger sister, Megan ... Born Oct. 20, 1994 in Independence, Mo.