LSU Gold
Plano, Texas
High School
Hockaday School

2008 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2006 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

A member of the most successful senior class in the history of the LSU soccer program … Helped guide the Tigers to three SEC Western Division championships and three NCAA Tournament appearances in 2007, 2008 and 2009 … Member of a senior class that recorded a class record of 50 wins during its tenure from 2006-09 … Made 73 career appearances with 66 career starts as a defensive midfielder and center back … Wrapped up her collegiate career with one goal and five assists for seven points on the offensive end of the field … A standout in the classroom who was a three-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll … A four-time letterwinner.

A central defender who started all 24 matches during her senior season … A leader of one of the top defensive units in the Southeastern Conference … Helped anchor a back line that limited opponents to just 18 goals scored and a 0.71 goals against average on the year … The Tigers ranked No. 3 in GAA and No. 4 in goals allowed in the SEC in 2009 … LSU’s 0.71 goals against average is also a team record for a single season … Showed tremendous serving ability on long free kicks throughout the season … Attempted a total of three shots with one shot on goal on the year … A key contributor in LSU’s run to a third-straight SEC West title and NCAA Tournament berth … Earned her fourth varsity letter.

One of seven Tigers to start all 20 matches in 2008 … Played both as a central defender and defensive midfielder during the season … A member of the top defensive unit in the SEC … Helped the Tigers post a league-best 0.82 goals against average, while also limiting opponents to a league-low 0.85 goals per game … A key contributor in the Tigers run to its second-straight SEC Western Division championship and second-straight at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament … Showed outstanding serving ability on corner kicks and free kicks throughout the 2008 season … Assisted on Casey Crawford’s game-winning goal against Loyola-Chicago on Sept. 1 on a corner kick in the 29th minute of play … Finished the season with one point … Fired 11 shots at opposing goalkeepers with a total of four shots on goal … Earned her third varsity letter.

A member of one of the nation’s deepest and most talented midfield units … Played in 10 games while making five starts as a center midfielder … Recorded an assist in LSU’s 7-2 win over Memphis on Sept. 6 … Finished the season with one point … Saw her season cut short after suffering a knee injury against Mississippi State on Sept. 28 … Forced to sit out the last 14 games … Fired 11 shots and three shots on goal on the season … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the second time in her career … Earned her second varsity letter.

One of the most physically imposing center midfielders in all of women’s college soccer … Made 19 appearances as a freshman while cracking the starting lineup 17 times … Finished the 2006 campaign with one goal and three assists for a total of five points … Scored the first goal of her LSU career in a 6-0 shutout of Sam Houston State on Sept. 1 … Was also credited with an assist against the Bearkats to finish the match with a career-high three points … Nearly scored the game-winning goal for the Tigers against 12th-ranked Florida on Oct. 22 with a shot that hit the post in the first overtime period … LSU battled the Gators to a 1-1 draw … Set up Roslyn Jones’ game-winning goal against Kentucky on Sept. 24 with an incredible 30-yard pass over the Wildcat defense near the top of the penalty box … Jones scored with just three seconds remaining in regulation … Forced to sit out of LSU’s match against Auburn on Oct. 13 due to a concussion suffered against 14th-ranked Tennessee on Oct. 6 … Displayed a tremendous serving ability on corner kicks throughout the season … Earned her first varsity letter.

Named a Soccer Buzz Top 75 Recruit for 2006 … Named a National Player to Watch in 2006 by Student Sports … Member of the Region III Olympic Development Program Team three times … Competed against Texas A&M and Rice as a member of the Region III ODP Team during the spring of 2006 … Team finished in third place at the 2004 ODP National Championships … Served as team captain of the Texas State ODP Team … Played three years for coach Marshall Huston and the Longhorn Soccer Club of Dallas … Did not compete in soccer at The Hockaday School of Dallas … A four-year varsity basketball player serving as team captain for two seasons … Named All-Southwest Preparatory Conference and All-SPC North Zone in basketball as a sophomore and junior … Named the Coca-Cola Classic Christmas Basketball Tournament MVP twice … A two-time qualifier for the Texas State Relays in the 4×400 … A member of the “Commended List” for academic achievement at The Hockaday School for every grading period as a junior and senior.

Full name is Katherine Ashley Lagow … Born on April 19, 1988 … Parents are Kyle and DeAnn Lagow … Has an older sister, Lauren, and a younger sister, Kaitlin … Has a younger brother named Richard … Father played college football at SMU… Mother attended Texas A&M on a singing scholarship … Has been actively involved in choir for much of her life … Was a member of the Organization of American Kodaly Educators National Choir for four years … Was a four-year varsity letterwinner in basketball at The Hockaday School … Majored in political science.


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