Kristin  McGrath

Kristin McGrath


Durango, Colo.

High School:
Durango H.S.




Durango Swimming (Coach: George Philpott)


"She has been such a welcomed addition to the team. Kristin swam well last year, especially considering that she does not join us until the end of November after the soccer season. I would suspect to see a continuation of last year's results in response to what she has learned in a short period of time. She brings to the team a real sense of what it takes to achieve personal goals and I appreciate that about her."



50y freestyle:24.30
100y freestyle:52.85
100y backstroke:59.28
200y backstroke:2:12.96
2003-04: Became the first multiple-sport athlete in swimming, as she joined the team in mid-season after competing with the soccer team...Compiled four top-five finishes on the season, including a season-best third-place showing in the 200y breaststroke against Florida...Set a personal record in the 100y breaststroke while competing at the SEC Championships, finishing with a time of 1:09.49...Turned in a strong effort against Ohio State, with fourth and fifth-place finishes in the 100 and 200y breaststroke respectively...With the soccer team, McGrath set career-highs in matches played (22), started (14) and assists (two)...Was named to the all-tournament team at the First Tennessee Classic after setting up the first two scores in the title match against Charlotte, a 3-0 Lady Vol win...Squad achieved the Triple Crown, winning the SEC's Eastern Division, regular-season and tournament titles and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the Women's College Cup...Named to the Lady Vol Academic Honor Roll.

SOCCER 2001-02: 2002: Participated in 20 matches for Lady Vol soccer team and earned the first three starts of her collegiate career versus South Carolina, Mississippi State and Mississippi...Wound up with five points on two goals and an assist...Squad captured the SEC Tournament crown, Eastern Division title and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the Women's College Cup in 2002...2001: Saw time in 11 matches and maintained a steady presence as a defender.


HIGH SCHOOL: McGrath picked up four varsity letters and captained the swim team at Durango High School during her final year...Chosen as the 2000-01 Southwest Region Swimmer of the Year...Established a school record in the 100-yard breaststroke and placed fifth in the state as a junior...Was part of school-record relay performances in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle...Two-time qualifier for the state championship meet in the 200 individual medley...Was also a four-year soccer letterwinner at DHS who captained the team as a senior and helped the team bring home four straight conference championships...Earned the "Golden Boot" as her squad's top scorer in her final season and was chosen as its Most Valuable Player...Was a first-team all-conference choice on three occasions (1998, 1999 and 2001) and was selected to the second team in 2000 after breaking her foot halfway through the season...Was an all-state selection as a sophomore...DHS advanced to the quarterfinals of the state tournament during her rookie campaign, marking the most successful appearance in school history...Received the Newton/Oxen Award as Durango's Top Female Athlete in 2001...Tabbed as a first-team scholar-athlete in soccer and swimming in 11th and 12th grades and was an Academic All-American...Rated in the top-10 percent of her class throughout high school...Member of the National Honor Society...Served as the vice-president of her junior and senior class...Only female in her graduating class to be inducted into the school's sports Hall of Fame...Appeared in Who's Who Among American High School Students...Also played powder-puff football over the course of three seasons.

PERSONAL: Majoring in exercise science...Born Kristin Elizabeth McGrath on Oct. 21, 1982, in Durango, Colo....Daughter of Bob and Scattie McGrath...Has four brothers: Ryan, 30; Travis, 27; Todd, 25; and Nathan, 18...Aspires to become a biologist and live in Australia...Enjoys ballet, hiking, kayaking, scuba diving and skiing...Performed hours of community service as a study buddy tutor...Admires Tour de France champion cyclist Lance Armstrong.


"My teammates, coaches and support staff make being a Lady Vol an awesome experience."



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