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OREGON STATE: (2002) One of 14 returning letterwinners... has started all 54 games she has played... tied for eighth on OSU's all-time points list with 42, eighth in goals (16), and tied for eighth with 10 assists... great speed.

(2001) Started all 20 games... led the team with 20 points on seven goals and six assists... earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 and Academic All-Pac-10... eigth in Pac-10 in points (20), tied for ninth in goals (7), tied for fifth in assists (6)... tallied a goal and two assists in season-opening win over Dayton (4-1)... followed that two days later with two goals in a 3-1 win over Air Force... named Offensive MVP for the Air Force Tournament... scored and had an assist in wins over Portland State (3-0) and in a 2-1 win over No. 3 UCLA... scored in a win over Loyola Marymount (2-0) and a 3-3 tie with Idaho... assisted in win over Oregon (4-1) and 2-1 loss to Arizona.

(2000) Started 18 games... honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10... second on the squad with 8 points... third on the team in goals with 3 ... scored 2 goals and tallied an assist against Northern Arizona on Sept. 2 ... added another goal against in-state rival Oregon on Oct. 20.

(1999) Started every game until an ankle injury sidelined her for the season's final 4 contests ... tied for team lead in scoring (14 points); second on team in goals (6) ... scored first collegiate goal in opening game of the season at Portland on Aug. 28 ... had first collegiate assist in season's second game, a 4-0 win at Gonzaga on Sept. 1 ... had a season-high 3 points with 1 goal, 1 assist in 4-1 win at Portland State on Sept. 26 ... scored a goal in 4 straight games vs. Idaho, Sacramento State, Portland State and Indiana/Purdue-Indianapolis from Sept. 17-Oct. 1 ... also scored a goal vs. Stanford ... was 5-for-5 on penalty kicks.

HERITAGE HIGH: Lettered 4 years ... Most Valuable Offensive Player in state all-star game ... 2-time all-state first team ... 2-time all-state second team ... as a junior, team Most Inspirational Player; as a freshman, Eagle Award ... team reached at least state quarterfinals every season, including runner-up finish sophomore year ... played for Colorado Rush national championship club team in 1999 ... also lettered in track and field ... 3.7 GPA ... graduated with honors; German high honor roll.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Human Development and Family Sciences; may become a preschool teacher ... born Aug. 2, 1981 in Littleton, Colo. ... daughter of Dennis and Nancy Henderson; family includes sisters Cory, Heather, brothers-in-law Todd and Mark, niece Lara ... enjoys skiing, running, soccer ... chose OSU because it reminded her of Colorado and she liked the environment and people.

Year	G/GS 	Gl 	A 	Pts	Sh 	SOG
1999	16/16	6	2	14	34 	n/a
2000	18/18	3	2	8	21	9
2001	20/20	7	6	20	44	23
Totals	54/54	16	10	42	99	n/a	

  Katie Henderson

Katie Henderson

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Littleton, Colo.

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