2 Katie Dawkins
2 Katie Dawkins
Height: 5-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Easton, Md.
High School: Easton
Position: Fwd
Major: Sport Management

2010: Enters her senior year as one of the most dangerous forwards in the Capital Athletic Conference … an exceptionally talented student-athlete who has a knack for finding the goal … vocal student-athlete … consistently gets herself in the right position to make plays … a great scorer who is still a team-oriented player … has the ability to anticipate the defense and find where opponents are vulnerable.

2009: Had a breakout campaign … named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference second team for the first time in her career … scored a team-high 18 goals, including three game-winning tallies … started 20 of the 21 games in which she played … contributed four assists … totaled a Spartan-best 40 points … scored two goals on two occasions, in York’s 6-0 victory over Hood on September 8 and their 3-1 win over Stevenson on September 24 … averaged 0.86 goals per game as she scored in 16 contests, including a streak of seven straight games … was named Spartan Athlete-of-the-Week on September 28 after scoring three times and adding an assist in helping York to a 3-0 mark the previous week.
2008: Appeared in 19 of York’s 21 games … started 14 contests … scored three goals … two scores came in the Spartans’ 5-1 season-opening victory over Albright on August 29 … also added one assist in that contest … scored and provided an assist against Wilson on October 23, a 4-0 Spartan victory … her goal against Wilson was also the game-winning tally … 13 of her 21 shots were on-target
2007: Played in 16 of the Spartans’ 21 contests … drew four starts as a freshman ... first collegiate start came against perennial national powerhouse Salisbury University … recorded five shots during the season putting two on-target …
Personal: Is a sport management major with minors in business administration and marketing … is the daughter of Hugh and Kathy Dawkins … born on December 13, 1988 … older sister Kelly graduated from York … played club for Shore Hockey … was a first team all-league selection in high school … owns a 3.44 cumulative GPA … has made the Dean’s List in each of the past three semesters … names her mother as the person she most admires … favorite athletes are Hines Ward and Scott Becker … chose York because of the Grumbacher Sport & Fitness Center … most significant athletic achievement was being named second-team All-CAC in 2009 … says being the person to score the first goal against Salisbury for York in 2009 is her most memorable athletic moment while with the Spartan program … after graduation she plans on working for an athletic facility.