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player profiles win over Charlotte, scoring nine points • scored a teamhigh 15 points in her first collegiate game, a win over Northern Iowa • Academic All-Big Ten honoree • varsity letterwinner. 2005-06 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Missed the season due to a stress fracture in her left foot. HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS: A 2005 graduate of ElginMillville High School • high school coach was Clark Olstad • Minnesota’s all-time leading high school scorer, boys or girls, with 3,694 career points • 2005 Associated Press Player of the Year • Pioneer Press Player of the Year • A Street & Smith All-American • a four-time all-state honoree • scored 22 points in the state title game versus Fosston in leading the Watchmen to the Minnesota Class 1A title • team won four straight Three Rivers Conference titles • posted a 118-10 record during high school career, including 31-2 mark in 2004-05 • state runners-up in 2001 and 2002 • a five-time all-conference selection • averaged 23.9 points and 9.0 rebounds per game as a senior and 28.0 points and 9.0 rebounds as a junior • played on varsity since seventh grade, earning six letters • also lettered six times in softball and five times in volleyball • played AAU for Minnesota Stars coached by Brad Hested. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 7, 1986 • graduated with kinesiology degree in May 2009 • pursuing master’s degree in applied kinesiology aiming at a career in physical therapy • daughter of Jerry and Bonnie Ohm • the youngest of four children with siblings: Chuck, Joe and Melissa • Joe was a pitcher in the minor league system of the Chicago Cubs.

Getting to Know Katie I hope to do this before I graduate? Score 1000 points. What is your favorite thing to do on a lazy Minnesota summer afternoon? Go to Lake Calhoun and lay on the beach with friends What about in the winter? Snowmobiling What is the one sport that you are hilariously terrible at? I am terrible at tennis! Probably because I have never practiced it or played more than twice my whole life. I consider myself to be a genius at? The game Memory. (Well, my dad has never beaten me.) When I see Goldy Gopher, I think of? My nephew and nieces because they love Goldy! What song pumps you up the most? Probably Rocky’s “Eye of the Tiger” My family tells me this is my greatest attribute? My kindness and caring personality for those I love. My proudest moment as a Gopher was? Winning the Notre Dame game to take us to the NCAA second round. What is your dream job? Be rich, so I can be a stay-at-home mom. What is one word that your teammates would use to describe you? Grandma (because I’m 23 already!) I have learned this about myself thanks to being a Golden Gopher? There is always room to work harder, be better and there are no limits.

Ohm’s Career Statistics Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP/S 31/1 32/13 32/32 95/46

Min 466 669 689 1824

Avg 15.0 20.9 21.5 19.2

FG - A 48/127 81-187 97-245 226-559

Pct .378 .433 .396 .404

3FG-A 21-80 61-152 74-185 156-417

Pct .263 .401 .400 .374

FT-A 17-24 21-29 23-32 61-85

Pct .708 .724 .719 .718

O-D-Reb 24-50-74 25-70-95 26-72-98 75-192-267

Avg 2.4 3.0 3.1 2.8

PF 45/0 38/0 46/0 127/0

A 22 18 27 67

Avg 0.7 0.6 0.8 0.7

TO 42 36 50 128

Bl 1 1 2 4

St 16 14 19 49

Pts 134 244 291 669

Avg 4.3 7.6 9.1 7.0

Ohm’s Career Statistics in the NCAA Tournament NCAA

GP/S 3/3

FG - A 6-15

Pct .400

3FG-A 6-14

Pct .429

FT-A 0-0

Pct .000

Reb 9

Avg 3.0

PF 3

A 7

Avg 2.3

TO 4

Bl 0

St 0

Pts 18

Avg 6.0

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2009-10 Minnesota Women's Basketball Media Guide  

The official media and recruiting guide for the 2009-10 University of Minnesota women's basketball team

2009-10 Minnesota Women's Basketball Media Guide  

The official media and recruiting guide for the 2009-10 University of Minnesota women's basketball team