Kristen  Doukakis

8Kristen Doukakis


Highlands Ranch, Colo.

High School:
ThunderRidge H.S.





AS A JUNIOR (2005): Drew eight starts and played in 18 matches...Scored two goals, striking against Washington State on Sept. 2 and at Vanderbilt on Oct. 7...Out of her eight shots on goal, four came in the two match-ups against the Commodores...Got a starting nod in two of the three matches in the Southeastern Conference Tournament.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2004): Saw time in five contests (four starts) for Tennessee but failed to register a point on two shots on goal prior to her season-ending ACL knee injury.

AS A FRESHMAN (2003): Started 19 contests and participated in 23 matches as a rookie...Totaled eight points on two goals and four assists...Started all nine SEC outings...Registered first career helper by feeding Lyndsey Patterson for the opening score in a 3-1 win over Fresno State on Aug. 31...Found the back of the net for the initial time in 3-0 blanking of Charlotte during the First Tennessee Classic on Sept. 14...Provided the Lady Vols' lone goal in 3-1 setback to Maryland on Sept. 20...Delivered a through ball to Patterson that was converted for a breakaway goal in the 2-0 upset of fifth-ranked Florida on Oct. 10...Kristen's assist on Patterson's tally against Vanderbilt enabled UT to forge a 2-2 stalemate with the Commodores...Attempted three shots against Fresno State, Maryland and Richmond.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Having claimed two consecutive Colorado state high school championships and three straight conference crowns while at ThunderRidge High School, she ended her prep soccer career in 2003 with a flourish...Paced her team in scoring with 52 points on 22 goals and eight helpers and finished as her school's all-time leading scorer...Named to the 2003 All-Colorado "Best of the Best" by the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News...Was a unanimous pick as the Continental Conference's Player of the Year...The striker was chosen first-team all-state and all-conference three times apiece and has been a member of Colorado's Olympic Development Program since her freshman year...As a junior, Kristen tallied 51 points on 17 goals and 17 helpers as her squad was rated second in the final national rankings...As a sophomore, she was the second-leading scorer in the Rocky Mountain State with 69 points on 27 goals and 15 assists...A two-time captain who earned four varsity letters, her prep team finished with an amazing record of 86-6-4...Member of the Colorado Real club team...Has participated in several showcase events around the country...Enjoyed tournament victories in Houston, Texas, Las Vegas, Nev., and Portland, Ore...Also lettered in basketball.

PERSONAL: Majoring in nutrition...Member of her high school band...Considers biggest thrill to be winning a pair of high school state championships and being ranked second nationally in 2002...Lists her father as her biggest influence because he has pushed her to succeed and has always helped her...Hobbies include running and shopping...Admires former basketball superstar Michael Jordan...Decided to attend Tennessee because she believes that it gave her the chance to improve as a player and grow as a person...Among her superstitions include not listening to music on an odd number of the volume dial, wearing the number eight and using the same sports bra and wristband...Has an older brother, Ricky, 23...Kristen Anne Doukakis was born Aug. 31, 1985, in Denver, Colo...Her parents are Rick and Mary Ellen Doukakis.





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