Kathryn Bjorge

#6 Kathryn Bjorge

HOMETOWN Prior Lake, Minn. (Prior Lake HS)
2010 (Junior)
Started all 19 games on defense...recorded three assists on the season...assisted on the game winner against Concordia St. Paul on Oct. 2...helped lead the BSU defense to a record setting fewest goals against in a single season (16)...had three shots on goal in the season.

2009 (Sophomore)
Played in 17 games, starting all of them...scored her first collegiate goal on Sept. 11 in a 5-0 win over Jamestown...tallied first collegiate assist on Aug. 28 against Cardinal Stritch...of the 17 games Bjorge played in, BSU only allowed 16 goals.

2008 (Freshman)
Saw action in 12 games, including three starts...BSU was 9-2-1 in games played by Bjorge...BSU allowed just one goal in the three games started by Bjorge.

Prior to BSU
Bjorge was named Prior Lake High School’s Defensive Player of the Year once...was named the team’s MVP and was also named the Most Improved Player during her career with the Lakers...earned all-conference honors as a junior and senior and was named honorable mention as a sophomore...lettered all four years...won the Missota Conference Championship once during her career...received honorable mention honors in track, while lettering one year...high school coach was David Graham.

Kathryn Curtis Bjorge...born Jan. 5, 1990...daughter of Kevin and Erin Bjorge... majoring in sport management with a minor in mass communication....last name is pronounced BE-yourg.

Career Single-Game Highs
Goals: 1, once (Jamestown, 9/11/09)
Assists: 1, four times (last Concordia-St. Paul 10/2/10)
Points: 2, once (Jamestown, 9/11/09)
SOG: 1, four times (last Augustana, 11/4/10)