Patricia Koutoulas
Patricia  Koutoulas

Toronto, Ontario

High School:
Don Mills Collegiate Institute



2017 (Game-by-Game): Named Second-Team All-MAC … started all 18 matches and played every minute in goal … made 91 saves (4th in school history) while posting a 1.56 goals against average and a .758 save percentage … allowed one goal or fewer in 10 of 18 starts … made six or more saves eight times … posted a six-save shutout against Ohio (Oct. 1) … made a season-high 10 saves against Illinois (Sept. 3) … stopped nine of 10 shots at Illinois State (Sept. 17) … finished with eight saves at Buffalo (Oct. 22) … saved six of seven shots in an overtime win over Central Michigan (Oct. 13) ... named Academic All-MAC.

2016 (Game-by-Game):
Played in seven matches this season, started in goal four times … finished the year with a record of 2-1-1 … finished the year with a 1.10 goals against average and a .750 save percentage … made two saves coming off the bench in Miami’s 3-2 comeback win over Western Kentucky (8/26) for her first collegiate win … recorded first career solo shutout versus Bowling Green (10/16), making four saves … traveled with Team Canada for the FIFA U20 World Cup in Papua New Guinea.

2015 (Game-by-Game):
Saw action in two matches in goal … made collegiate debut by stopping three shots in a scoreless second half at Western Kentucky (8/23) … made three more saves in the final 29:22 at Toledo (10/4).

High School/Club:
Helped lead her team to a bronze medal at the 2013 Canada Games … backstopped Team Ontario to national titles in 2012 and 2013 … helped Brams United club team win OYSL and Ontario Cup titles in 2012 and 2013 … part of club national championship in 2013 … invited to the U15 Canadian National Teamp Camp (2012), the U17 Canadian Team Camp (2013) and the U20 National Team Camp (2014) … spent all four years on her school’s honor roll.

Personal: Born Feb. 20, 1997 … daughter of Apostolis Koutoulas and Elizabeth Kernaghan … plans to major in kinesiology.

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