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Karina Fredette

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Gatineau, Quebec

High School:
Shattuck-St. Mary's

Last College:
Wisconsin Green Bay

Height:
5-8

Position:
Forward

Club:
Ottawa Fury SC


Honors and Awards: 
2015 Summit League Second Team

Career:
Earned 61 NCAA CAPS overall, including 35 in her two seasons with the Crimson and Gold…Scored eight career goals, including five with Denver, and tallied the lone assist of her career in a Wisconsin Green Bay kit…Also finished her career with four game-winning goals, including three with Denver.

2016:
Played in all 19 games for the Pioneers, starting seven of them for the Crimson and Gold and seeing 706 minutes of action…Scored the game-winning goal in Denver’s 3-1 upset at [RV] Arizona State (Sept. 4)…Also scored in Denver’s Summit League victory over Fort Wayne (Oct. 28)…Took nine shots, putting five of them on target.

2015:
Made 16 appearances, starting 11 matches… Scored a team high three goals against Western Illinois (Oct. 23), IUPUI (Oct. 25) and North Dakota State (Oct. 9), including two game winning goals against Western Illinois (Oct. 23) and IUPUI (Oct. 25).

2014 (Wisconsin Green Bay)
Played in all 20 matches, tallying seven points on three goals and an assist...Scored a game-winner, and converted on her first career penalty.

2013 (Wisconsin Green Bay)
Appeared in five matches in a substitute roll.

2012 (Wisconsin Green Bay)
Appeared in one contest for the Phoenix before missing the remainder of the season with an injury.

BEFORE DENVER:
Played soccer at Shattuck-St. Mary's (Mn.) along with teammates Nastacia Behle, Sandra Graybill and Justy Linton...Helped U-18 team win the 2012 Midwest Regional League with a perfect 9-0-0 record...Also helped the squad claim the Challenger Sports Invitational Tournament in 2011...Played club soccer with the Ottawa Fury Soccer Club from 2007-10...U-14 Fury team won the US National Cup in Lagrangeville, New York...Squad also participated in the US National Cup Finals in Virginia Beach, Va. in 2008...Finished as the team's top scorer in 2009.

PERSONAL
Earned National Athlete honors from the city of Gatineau, Quebec in 2010 and 2012...French is her first language.

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