#5 Meredith Kohn
‘She is a physical specimen with a work rate that is matched by few. Her intelligence on the field combined with her regional team experience will help anchor our defense in the midfield.’
As a junior (2006):
Played in all 21 games…scored one goal…had 4 assists.
As a sophomore (2005):
Played in 22 games… started in 12 games, including 8 SEC contests… had 2 goals in 16 shots… had 2 assists… had one game winning goal.
As a freshman (2004):
Played in all 19 games and started 14… Named to the All-Freshman SEC Team… Also named to the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll… First collegiate start came against Wake Forest 8/26/2004.
Earned two letters in soccer and track at Chattahoochee HS… Named Outstanding Offensive Player as a freshman and to the Collins Hill Invitational All-Tournament team… Played club soccer for the Gwinnett Soccer Association `85s… Teammates on the GSA `85s with current Vanderbilt player Monica Buff… In the summer of 2002, GSA captured the Georgia State Cup, the Region III championship and finished third in the national championships, where Kohn had two goals and two assists… GSA `85[apos]s captured the 2002 Atlanta Cup title… 2005 State Cup and Region III Champion… 2005 National Champion Runnerup… The GSA `86[apos]s reached the finals of the 2003 Score At the Shore Tournament and the WAGS Tournament… Member of the Georgia ODP Region III Team and attended national camp… Also ran track her sophomore and junior seasons in High School, captaining the team as a junior… Named Most Outstanding Sprinter following her sophomore campaign… Named to the Principal[apos]s Honor Roll each of her first three years of high school, National Honor Society from 2002-04, the Spanish Honor Society in 2002 and was awarded the VIP Award in 2002 which is given to those students who show leadership and are outstanding examples to the rest of the student body.
Meredith Margaret Kohn… Born on March 12, 1986 in Fairbanks, Alaska… Daughter of Bill and Peg Kohn… Has a brother, Michael… Attended the same high school as former Commodore Erin Higgins.