19 Kallie Flor
19 Kallie Flor
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Farmington, Minn.
Position: FORWARD

As a junior in 2008-09: Appeared in all 34 games last season...Finished fourth on the team in points (4 goals, 8 assists)...Served as team assistant captain for part of the season...Combined for three multiple-point games...Started the season with a two-point performance at Wisconsin on Sep. 17 when she dished out two assists, matching her career-high...Repeated with another two-assist performance just a week later against SCSU on Oct. 4...Scored the game-winning goal (her first of the season) in the come-from-behind 3-2 win over Colgate on Nov. 7...Scored her second goal of the season in the 3-2 loss to Wayne State in the Nutmeg Classic on Nov. 29...Combined for her third multiple-point game of the season when she scored a goal and added an assist in the 4-1 win over Union on Dec. 6...Dished out an assist on the lone Bobcat goal in the 1-1 tie with Dartmouth on Jan. 2...Assisted Trudy Reyns' goal in the 3-3 tie with RPI on Jan. 10...Tallied her final assist of the season at Princeton on Jan. 26...Scored the ice-breaking goal for the Bobcats in the 4-4 tie with Cornell on Feb. 6...Named the team captain for the 2009-10 season at the Women's Ice Hockey Banquet on Apr. 26.

As a Sophomore in 2007-2008: Saw action in all 34 games... Finished tied for third on the team in scoring (five goals, 10 assists)... Scored Bobcats' lone goal against St. Lawrence on Oct. 26... Recorded a goal and an assist against the #6 ranked Harvard Crimson on Nov. 2 in Cambridge... Picked up an assist on Kelley Davies' goal the next night at Dartmouth... One of only two Bobcats that had a three-point game as she scored a goal and assisted on two more against Niagara in the Nutmeg Classic Consolation Game... Had a three-game point streak from Dec. 30 to Jan. 4 (two goals, three assists)... Had points in back-to-back games against Brown and Yale on Feb. 8 and Feb. 9...

As a Freshman in 2006-07: Made an immediate impact for the Bobcats...Finished with 17 points (six goals, 11 assists)...Appeared in all 34 games on the season...Tallied two assists in a victory at Brown on 11/5...Set up two goals in the win over Union on 11/11...Notched an assist at Colgate on 11/17...Scored her first career goal against Harvard on 11/24...Assisted on a goal against Boston University on 11/29...Netted the tying goal in an eventual overtime win at Robert Morris on 12/3...Scored a goal in the win over UConn on 12/30 in the Nutmeg Classic...Set a career-high with three points, scoring once and setting up two other goals, against Yale on 12/31...Led all players participating in the Nutmeg Classic in scoring with four points...Scored once and set up another goal in the win at Union on 1/13...Netted an assist in the draw with Wayne State on 1/19...Scored a goal in the win over Brown on 2/3.

Before Quinnipiac: Played varsity ice hockey for six years at Farmington High School and served as the team captain for three seasons... Holds a total of seven school records...Holds four career school records for goals (243), assists (178), points (421) and plus/minus (+434)...Holds three single-season school records for goals (57), points (99) and plus/ minus (+99)...Was a top- 10 finalist for the Ms. Hockey Minnesota award her senior season, given annually to the best high school ice hockey player in the state... Minnesota Coaches Association All-State selection three times (sophomore through senior years) and a St. Paul Pioneer Press All-State selection four times...An All-Conference selection five consecutive years...Was named the team's MVP four times...Ice hockey team was Missota Conference Champion three years, a sectional finalist and also placed third in the state and fourth in the state during her six-year tenure...Lettered four years in softball at Farmington High School as a shortstop and was an All-Conference selection three times...Also lettered three years in volleyball as an outside hitter and was an All-Conference selection twice.

Personal: Born in Albert Lea, Minn. ...Daughter of Tricia and David Flor...Has an older brother, Trevor, and two older sisters, Erin and Tara...Majoring in Business Management.