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 Kathrin Ress 11
Kathrin Ress

Salorno, Italy

High School:
Mount de Chantal Visitation Academy (W. Va.)




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2006-07 (Senior)
Named a tri-captain along with Sarah Marshall and Kindyll Dorsey ... A third-team All-ACC selection ... Opened the season with a 16-point, 12-rebound effort in the win over Sacred Heart ... Notched her second double-double of the season in a double-overtime loss to Ohio State on Nov. 21. Ress had 23 points and 10 rebounds ... In a win over Fairfield, Ress notched 26 points and 12 rebounds ... She has notched six double-doubles this season and has nine on her career ... She has scored in double figures in 25 games ... Has notched double-figures in rebounding eight times and had nine rebounds in seven times ... She has recorded five assists in a single game four times this season ... Against Duke, Ress finished with 16 points, five rebounds, three blocks and three steals ... In a tough loss to No. 2 UNC, Ress notched 15 points and had six rebounds ... In a 78-63 win over Miami, Ress notched her double-double of the season with 21 points and a career-high 16 rebounds .Matched her season-high 26 points and grabbed six rebounds in her final home game vs. Maryland at Conte Forum ... In the ACC tournament, BC lost to Virginia Tech in overtime, 60-54. Ress finished with 12 points, four rebounds ...Has a career field goal percentage of .516 ... Finished the season with an 8.2 rebound average and has a 5.8 career average ... Averaged 2.0 assists a game for her career ... Had career high's in points scored in a single season (476), blocks (23), assists (72), rebounds (239), free throws (117-142), three pointers (5-16) and field goals (177-360) ... Finished her career as the 10th all-time leading scorer at BC with 1,300 points scored ... She is the fourth top rebounder in the programs history (664) and nine all-time in free throws made and eight in free throws attempted ... Her 239 rebounds this season was the third best in the programs history ...Was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 1 women's basketball second-team ... Recieved the Outstanding Senior Award at the 2007 All-Sports Banquet.

2005-06 (Junior)
Played in 33 games, started 32 ... Averaged 24.7 minutes a game, 9.1 points and 5.7 rebounds a game ... Shot an impressive .574 (117-204) percent from the floor to lead the team ... Notched two double-doubles, including a a 10 point, 10 rebound performance vs. Maryland on Feb. 16th ... Went 66-for-82 (.803) from the free throw line ... Was fourth on the team in scoring with the 9.1 average ... The 5.7 rebounds per game placed her third on the roster in rebounds per game and rebound average ... Scored in double figures in 17 games ... Had a seven-game stretch - from Nov. 11th-to-Dec. 28th where she scored in double figures, averaged 14.7 points per game and shot a sizzling 82 percent from the field ... In that stretch, she went three straight games without missing a shot (6-for-6 vs. UMass, 8-for-8 vs. Quinnipiac, 5-for-5 vs. BU) ... In the regular season game against Ohio State, she went 8-for-9 from the charity stripe and notched 16 points and 10 rebounds ... In the first NCAA Tournament victory over Notre Dame, she went 5-for-8 from the field, 5-for-5 from the free throw line grabbed four rebounds and 15 points ... Against Ohio State in the second-round game, she had 12 points and seven rebounds ... Averaged nine points and six rebounds in the three NCAA Tournament games.

2004-05 (Sophomore)
Started all 30 games this season, and 45 in a row dating back to last year ... One of four players to average double digits with 10.2 points per game...Added 4.7 rebounds per game ... Scored in double digits 13 times, including two 20+ point efforts ... Team went 12-1 in those games ... Scored a season and career-high 28 points against Villanova...Pulled down double-digit rebounds three times and performed one double-double (10 points, 16 rebounds against Michigan State) on the season ... At the Dean Trailways of Michigan Spartan Classic, scored 23 points and pulled in 20 rebounds over a two-game stretch, earning her a spot on the all-tournament team ... Scored her 500th point in a 22-point effort in a 64-55 win at St. John's on March 1 ... Led team in scoring six times and rebounding seven times ... Third on the squad with 14 blocked shots, including a career-best three against Georgetown ... Averaged 15 points during a six-game stretch from December 11 to January 12, in which BC was 6-0 ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

2003-04 (Freshman)
After missing the first 11 games, saw action in 22 games ... Started 15 times ... Played in 15 BIG EAST games, starting eight ... Came on strong at the tail end of the season, including the postseason ... Averaged 9.9 points and 4.4 rebounds per outing ... Averaged 8.2 points and 4.4 rebounds in conference games ... Averaged 26.8 minutes per game and played all 40 minutes in her team's BIG EAST Tournament win over Connecticut ... Was the team's leading scorer in four games ... Was the team's leading rebounder in four games ... Shot an impressive .587 (88-for-150) from the field ... Scored in double digits 12 games ... Scored in double figures in the last six games of the season (all but one postseason game) ... Scored a career-high 20 points in the BIG EAST Tournament game against Miami ... Pulled down a career-high nine rebounds against Notre Dame ... Was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament team for her 51-point, 16-rebound effort in four games ... Scored 16 points in each NCAA Tournament game of the first two rounds ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

Before BC
Averaged 16.0 points and 10.0 rebounds at Mount de Chantal Academy in Wheeling, West Virginia ... Named 2003 Female Athlete of the Year at Mount de Chantal ... MVP of two high school tournaments, the Nike Tournament and the Fox Chapel Tournament ... An all-conference academic honoree ... Attended Pasini High School ... A two-year member of the club league, including the premier league in Schio ... A member of the Italian Junior National Team and the Italian National Team.

Born on June 26, 1985 in Bolzano, Italy ... Daughter of Margareth and Gervasio Ress ... Has two brothers, Manuel (27) and Tomas (25), and a sister, Betti (23) ... Brother Tomas graduated from Texas A&M in 2003, where he played basketball ... Enrolled in the Lynch School of Education as a human development major.

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