Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
#9 Kristin Strother
Position: Forward
Height: 5'6"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Calgary, Canada
High School: Henry Wise Wood HS
Club: Calgary Foothills Colts
Experience: 1 Letter

2011: Played in all 19 matches earning 15 starts... Logged a total of 1,651 minutes... Registered six shots and one assist during the season... Assisted Susana Melendez's goal in the 2-2 tie against Colorado.

2010: Played in 17 games and made two starts while playing 589 minutes on the season ... Earned at least 11 minutes of action in 16 of the 17 games played ... Attempted four shots on the season ... Had one shot on goal in 4-2 win over Cal Poly (Sept. 5) ... Attempted one shot in 1-0 victory against Utah (Sept. 26) ... Tallied one shot attempt in 2-1 win over San Francisco (Oct. 3).

2009: Appeared in 19 games, five as a starter, in the midfield ... Came up empty-handed on 10 shot attempts, sixth most on the team, but half of the shots were on goal ... Put two shots on goal vs. Rutgers (Sept. 13) ... Had two shots saved against ASU (Oct. 23) ... Picked up only one caution in 517 minutes of play.

Prep: Four-year letter winner at Henry Wise Wood High School in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where she played for head coach Scott McKenzie ... Also played two years of volleyball, four years of basketball and three years of track ... Team captain her junior and senior years ... Team Most Valuable Player her junior and senior years ... Played for the All-City Selects, where the top player from each school is chosen to represent their school ... Freshman year received Academic Proficiency and the Gold Medal Award (highest average in class) ... Made honor roll with a 3.9 GPA ... Member of the Alberta Soccer Association U-15 Alberta Provincial team winter training program (2005), starter on the ASA U-16 Provincial team (2006-2007) and member of the Canada summer games team (2008-2009) ... Club, played for the Calgary Foothills Colt for coaches Troye Flannery and Graham Kennedy ... Team complied a 50-1-3 record at city, provincial and national championship play, en route to winning back-to-back- National Soccer Championship, the first time in Canadian soccer history ... Colts have the finest record in the history of Canadian Youth Soccer ... Team played in 15 National and International tournaments, winning thirteen of them ... Member of Alberta Soccer Association U16 Select team winning Silver at the Canadian National All Stars in 2007 and Gold at the 2007 Western Canada Summer Games.

Personal: Born Kristin Lucy Strother in May 1991 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada ... Daughter of Ralph and Sue Strother ... Has one sister, Lauren, 19 ... Father played tennis at the University of Texas ... Grandfather, Bob Strother, played basketball at the University of Alberta ... Cousin, Charles Strother, played soccer at McMaster University ... Uncle, Gary Strother, was an All-Canadian soccer goal keeper at McGill University ... Enjoys spending her free time with friends ... Chose Arizona because it's a home away from home since her grandparents have a second home a Phychology major at Arizona.