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Katie Leinert
Katie Leinert

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wildwood, Mo.

High School:
Eureka

Height:
5-6

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
09/23/1989



05/29/2013

Sixty-Two Boilers Honored Among Spring Academic All-Big Ten

Thirty-two members of Purdue track & field recognized for 3.0+ GPAs.

12/07/2011

Fifty-Nine Purdue Student-Athletes Earn Fall Academic All-Big Ten Recognition

Cross Country (21) & Football (20) lead the way with the most honorees.

12/06/2011

Purdue Recognized For Classroom Excellence By the NSCAA

Boilermakers honored with Team Academic Award.

10/19/2011

Boilers Bound For the Upper Midwest on Their Biggest Road Trip of the Year

Purdue hits the road needing points to remain in Big Ten Tournament chase.

10/11/2011

Purdue Hosts Indiana & Michigan For Golden Boot Game, Senior Day

Katie Leinert, one of eight seniors to be honored Sunday, scored against both IU & U-M in 2010.

01/12/2012

Katie Leinert, Photo Gallery 2008-11

Katie Leinert, Photo Gallery 2008-11

Photo Gallery Thru 2011

SENIOR / 2011
• Leinert saw action in 17 games and started five times
• Started five straight games from Aug. 21 through Sept. 4
• Hit the crossbar with a shot late in the Big Ten opener against Michigan State
• Logged a season-high 70 minutes in the loss at West Virginia
• Finished her career with nine goals, scoring five in Big Ten play
• Purdue was 5-3-1 when she scored during her career

JUNIOR / 2010
Academic All-Big Ten
• Started all 20 games, one of seven Purdue players to do so
• Ranked second on the team with five goals and five assists, eclipsing her career totals in both categories entering the year
• Scored a goal in three straight games in October - vs. Indiana, at Minnesota and at Michigan
• Became the first Boilermaker to score in three consecutive Big Ten games since 2007
• With three assists in Big Ten play, recorded a point in six of the 10 conference contests
• Also scored against Hofstra and Colorado
• Assisted on goals by Kellie Phillips (vs. Morehead State, at Illinois and at Iowa), Alexis Tryba (at Cal State Fullerton) and Jessica Warren (vs. Northwestern)
• Went the distance in nine of the 10 Big Ten games, including a season-high 110 minutes in the draw with Wisconsin

SOPHOMORE / 2009
Academic All-Big Ten
• Scored first collegiate goal in 5-0 season-opening win vs. Ohio
• Notched game-tying goal in 3-2 win at No. 6 Texas A&M
• Scored tying goal in 78th minute of 1-1 tie at Wisconsin
• Earned first game-winning goal in 2-0 win at Northwestern
• Played all 90 minutes at Wildcats two days after being on field for career-high 107 at Badgers
• Recorded first collegiate assist vs. No. 3 Stanford
• Assisted on game-winning goal in 3-0 win vs. Evansville
• Led Boilermakers in shots (22) in Big Ten play
• Ranked second on team in shots (49), tied for second in shots on goal (20), tied for third in goals (4) and fifth in points (10)

FRESHMAN / 2008
• Started final seven games, beginning with 2-1 win at Iowa
• Took season-high three shots at Illinois and vs. Ohio State
• Put two shots on goal vs. Penn State
• Played season-high 91 minutes in 1-1 double overtime tie at Indiana

HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB
• Graduated with honors
• 2008 Suburban South Conference Player of the Year
• 2008 Eureka High School Female Athlete of the Year
• Four-year varsity starter
• Four-time All-Conference first team
• As captain, led team to 2008 conference championship
• Won 2008 U18 state title with St. Louis Soccer Club
• Reached club state finals in 2004 and 2006
• 2008 4x800 state champion
• 2008 All-State in 4x200 and 4x400
• Two-time All-State in cross country

Biographical Information

Full Name: Katherine Ann Leinert

Major: Nursing

Parents: Pat & Barbara Leinert

Sisters: Shannon & Hannah

Brother: Patrick

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