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Katie Bykowski
1   Katie Bykowski

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Tulsa, Okla.

High School:
Bishop Kelley

Height:
5-8

Position:
Goalkeeper

Experience:
4L


04/16/2013

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Sports Weekly Review

April 15, 2013, Issue #32

04/11/2013

Conference USA Announces Commissioner's Honor Roll

Hurricane has 198 student-athletes honored

03/20/2013

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Sports Weekly Review

March 18, 2013: Issue #29

03/04/2013

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Sports Weekly Review: March 4, 2013, Issue #27

02/25/2013

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Sports Weekly Review

February 25, 2013, Issue #26

TULSA - Was a four-year letterwinner . . . started 66 career contests . . . had 24 shutouts and a 1.07 goals-against average.

SENIOR (2012) - Started all 10 games played . . . recorded five shutouts, including wins over Weber State (3-0), Nicholls State (7-0), UMKC (3-0), and UAB (2-0), and a tie with East Carolina (0-0) . . . allowed just six goals for a .58 goals-against average . . . picked up 45 saves for an .882 saves percentage . . . was the C-USA Defensive Player of the Week on Aug. 20 . . . was Tulsa's "Player of the Match" against Rice.

JUNIOR (2011) - Started all 20 games played . . . recorded nine shutouts, including wins over Oral Roberts (1-0), Stephen F. Austin (1-0), Sam Houston State (6-0), Northwestern State (2-0), Utah State (1-0), UAB (3-0), East Carolina (1-0), Marshall (3-0), and ties against Missouri State (0-0) and Southern Miss (0-0) . . . allowed 26 goals for a 1.33 goals-against average . . . picked up 76 saves for a .745 saves percentage . . . earned the Golden Glove award and was named to the Tulsa Invitational All-Tournament team . . . was named as TU's "Player of the Match" against Western Michigan, Northwestern State and Memphis . . . was selected as TU's Student-Athlete of the Week on Aug. 29th.

SOPHOMORE (2010) - Started all 17 games played . . . recorded three shutouts, including wins over Northwestern State (4-0), Oral Roberts (4-0) and UTEP (1-0) . . . allowed just 18 goals for a 1.07 goals-against average . . . picked up 78 saves for a .812 saves percentage . . . named as TU's "Player of the Match" against UTEP . . . was selected as TU's Student-Athlete of the Week on Aug. 30th . . . named to the Crowne Plaza Tulsa Invitational All-Tournament team.

RED-SHIRT FRESHMAN (2009) - Started all 19 games of the season . . . recorded seven shutouts, including wins over Louisiana Monroe (7-0), Oral Roberts (1-0), Houston (1-0), Rice (1-0), Southern Miss (4-0), and ties with Arkansas (0-0) and New Mexico (0-0) . . . allowed just 21 goals for a 1.08 goals-against average . . . picked up 93 saves for a .816 saves percentage . . . selected as the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week on October 5 . . . named to the C-USA All-Freshman team . . . named as Tulsa's "Player of the Match" against Arkansas and UTEP.

FRESHMAN (2008) - Did not play . . . received a red-shirt season.

PRIOR TO TULSA - Was a four-year letterwinner at Bishop Kelley High School . . . registered a 68-4 career record in goal . . . allowed just six goals as a senior, leading Bishop Kelley to an 18-0 mark and to a Class 5A State Championship . . . as a senior, earned first-team all-state honors and was selected as Oklahoma's Gatorade Player of the Year . . . as a junior, gave up just four goals . . . was named as the Tulsa World Player of the Year as a junior and senior . . . as a junior, picked up NSCAA All-America first-team accolades . . . received all-district honors all four years . . . was named to the all-metro first team as a freshman, junior and senior, and picked up second-team accolades as a sophomore.

PERSONAL - Majoring in management information systems and marketing . . . born October 3, 1989 . . . one of two daughters of David and Leslie Bykowski . . . was named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll as a freshman, red-shirt freshman, sophomore, junior and senior . . . selected to the Tulsa Dean's List as a true freshman and senior, and to the Tulsa Athletic Director's Honor Roll as a red-shirt freshman, sophomore and junior . . . was a C-USA All-Academic second team honoree as a senior.

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