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Katy Riojas
4   Katy Riojas

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Parkville, Mo.

High School:
Park Hill South

Height:
5-6

Position:
Midfielder

Experience:
2L


04/13/2013

Conference USA Announces Academic Medal Winners

Hurricane has 61 student-athletes recognized

04/11/2013

Conference USA Announces Commissioner's Honor Roll

Hurricane has 198 student-athletes honored

10/15/2012

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Sports Weekly Review

October 15, 2012, Issue #9

10/12/2012

Tatum Scores Two Goals for Tulsa in 2-0 Win Overall Marshall

Harryman picked up three saves for the shutout

09/21/2012

Tulsa Women's Soccer Team Drops 1-0 Decision to Rice

Bykowski picked up 10 saves

TULSA - A two-year letterwinner . . . has played in 36 games and earned one start . . . has two assists for two points.

SOPHOMORE (2013) - Played in 17 games . . . helped post shutouts over Oral Roberts, Arkansas State, UC-Riverside, LA Tech, Florida Atlantic, Southern Miss, Rice, UAB, UTSA and UAB in the conference tournament.

FRESHMAN (2012) - Played in 19 games and earned one start . . . earned an assist against Nicholls State and Marshall . . . attempted six shots, three of which were on goal.

PRIOR TO TULSA - Was a four-year letterwinner at Park Hill South High School . . . helped lead PHSHS to a 75-20-4 record in four years . . . guided Park Hill South to three Suburban Conference Championships, the 2011 District 15 Championship and the 2012 Class 3 Sectional Championship . . . was a four-time all-conference performer . . . picked up all-region and all-state honors three times . . . was selected as the Suburban White Conference Player of the Year as a senior . . . scored 14 goals and had 14 assists during her senior season . . . played club soccer for the KCFC Heat, which won the 2010 and 2011 Kansas State Cup Championship.

PERSONAL - Majoring in mechanical engineering . . . born July 14, 1994 . . . daughter of James and Lisa Riojas . . . was named to the Tulsa President's List and was a C-USA Academic Medal Winner as a freshman and sophomore.

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