AS A GRAD STUDENT (2012) Started all 18 games ... made BC and ACC history by earning All-ACC honors for the fourth-straight year ... named a 2012 Tewaaraton Award nominee ... a IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team selection ... received the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... led the team with 60 points, 49 goals, 52 ground balls and 29 caused turnovers ... finished her career in the top five on all of the school's career record lists ... registered a goal in all 18 games and had multiple goals in 16 games ... scored two goals against Yale on April 28 to become BC's all-time leading goal scorer (165) ... tallied three points and tied a career-high with five ground balls against Cal on April 14 ... totaled seven points, including a career-high three assists, in addition to a career-best six draw controls at BU on April 11 ... scored four goals at Duke on April 7 to become just the third Eagle in the history of the program to reach 200 career points ... tied a career highs with five goals against Vermont on April 4 ... notched two goals and reached 100 career draw controls with two against UNC on March 24 ... led the team with four goals at Maryland on March 17 ... tied career-bests with five goals and seven total points at UConn on March 2 ... registered three goals, including the game-winning goal, and one assist at Holy Cross on Feb. 17.
AS A SENIOR (2011) Played in and started all 19 games... lead the team in goals with 44, points with 62, caused turnovers with 33...was second on the team in assists with 18 and ground balls with 33...notched 30 draw controls... Named to the ACC All-Tournament team...named to the All-ACC Team...her 44 goals places her third on BC's single season list...she ranks sixth in goals with 119 and in points with 158 on the career list... earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A JUNIOR (2010) Played in 16 games, starting 15...tallied 35 goals and 11 assists for 46 points...third on the team in goals and points and tied for second in assists...recorded 76 shots, tied for first on the team in the category...was 6-12 in free position shots...tallied 28 ground balls and 20 draw controls, including a career high four against Jacksonville on March 2...caused 15 turnovers...named to her second consecutive All-ACC team...earned the 2009-10 Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009) Started and played in all 18 games...third on the team in points with 50...led the team in goals scored with 40...scored at least one goal in all 18 games...tallied a career high five goals against Virginia Tech on Mar. 14...second on the team in assists with 10...scored two game-winning goals...took 84 shots on the season...collected 27 ground balls...won 23 draw controls...caused 23 turnovers...was 9-11 in eight meter shots...named to the All-ACC team...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A FRESHMAN (2008) Did not play...received a medical redshirt for the season.
BEFORE BC Letterwinner at Framingham High School...2007 tri-captain as a senior...two-time High School All-American...named an Under Armour All-American in 2007...high school team was undefeated (50-0) in 2006 and 2007 and won the state championship both years...named the 2007 Boston Globe Player of the Year...selected as team MVP...2004-07 North Sectional and Bay State League Champions...two-time Bay State Conference All-Star...three-time EMASS All-Star...a 2006-2007 Metrowest Daily News All-Star...named to the Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic teams in 2006 and 2007...2005 and 2006 first-team All-Galaxy ...played for the Lower New England Team 2 in 2005 and Team 1 in 2006...also played for Mass Elite Club Team...played soccer and basketball as well...captained both teams senior year.
PERSONAL Born Sept. 15, 1989...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences...Kristin is the oldest of Donald and Amelia Igoe's three children.