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CAREER RECORDS: Holds Aggie career marks for goals (191), points (241), shots (443), 8-meter shots (108), caused turnovers (99)... Has 50 assists, needs 22 to surpass Kelly Albin for the school record... Ranks 3rd with 94 career draw controls, needs 7 to pass Naomi Cofffman for 2nd place... Also 24 ground balls shy of entering school's top five.
2006: ALL-MPSF... Led team in goals (56), assists (21), points (77), shots (108) and caused turnovers (79) despite injury-plagued season... Played in 17 games, starting nine... Added 33 ground balls and 18 draw controls... Finished 2nd in MPSF, t10th nationally with 3.29 goals per game... Twice earned MPSF Player of the Week honors... First honor was for 8 goals, 5 assists for school-record 13 points in opener vs. Robert Morris (2/12)... Second was for record-tying 9 goals (plus 5 ground balls and 3 draw controls) vs. Bucknell (3/15)... Shot 6-for-7 a week later vs. Vermont (3/24)... Twice posted 5: vs. RMU (2/12) and Cal (4/22)... Briefly led all NCAA players in goals, having averaging 4.38 goals through seven games (3/26)... Had nine hat tricks for the year, bringing her career total to 33.
2005: Started all 18 games... Led all Division I players with school-record 69 goals... Would have ranked 3rd nationally in goals per game (3.83)... Led MPSF in points per game (4.61)... Nearest competitor, Cal's Laura Cavallo, averaged 3.44... Also led Aggies in assists (14), total points (83), shots (165), free-position shooting (14-for-32) and caused turnovers (37)... Finished 2nd on team in ground balls (39) and draw controls (29)... Totals of 83 points and 37 CTs set UC Davis marks... Shot .418 to lead all Aggies with 20-plus attempts... Scored at least two goals in every game played, including 12 hat tricks... Posted season-best 8 goals with 2 assists vs. Howard, tying school single-game record of 10 points... Matched 8-goal total three weeks later vs. St. Vincent.. Also had season-best 6 CTs in that game... Scored 5 goals on four other occasions: Longwood, Marist, Robert Morris and Saint Mary's... Tallied 4 goals with 6 DCs in MPSF semifinal with Stanford.
2004: TRIPLE ALL-AMERICAN, honored by Inside Lacrosse (first team), Harrow Sports IWLCA/US Lacrosse (second team) and fanzine womenslacrosse.com (second team)... SECOND-TEAM ALL-SOUTH REGION by Harrow Sports IWLCA/US Lacrosse... ALL-ROOKIE TEAM by womenslacrosse.com... ALL-MPSF FIRST TEAM and CO-NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR.. Unleashed assault on Aggie record book, setting school marks for season goals (66), single-game goals (9), season points (81), single-game points (10), season shots (171), career and season free-position shots (46)... Also led team in draw controls (47) and caused turnovers (34), both 2nd on UC Davis season lists... Season goals total put her in school's career top 10 after one season... Ranked T11th among D-II leaders in points per game (4.76), 7th in goals per game (3.88)... Led MPSF in both categories... Performed 12 hat tricks, including seven games with five or more goals... Scored school-record 9 goals and 10 points in home finale vs. Colorado College.. Added 7 draw controls in the 24-16 win... That outing, along with 4-1-5 vs. Cal, earned her a third MPSF Player of the Week award... First POTW win was on Mar. 14 (6-1-7 vs. Wagner, 5-2-7 vs. Lehigh), second was Apr. 18 (5-2-7 at Marist, 5-1-6 at Bryant, 4-0-4 at Bloomsburg).
FOOTHILL HS '03: Twice earned All-Diablo Valley Lacrosse League honors, including MVP distinction as a senior... Team went 33-0 in those years... Selected to Pacific Coast Regional team and named among top 100 prep lacrosse athletes in nation... Earned US Lacrosse Academic All-America distinction in both 2002 and 2003... Played club ball for Pleasanton Lacrosse Club, earning Defensive MVP honors.
PERSONAL: Born in Orange, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Brian & Karen McMahon... Twin sister, Kelly, graduated from UC Davis in 2007... Nickname is "K.T. Mac"... Eventual plans are to become first female U.S. President... Career highlight was scoring 9 goals in a single game (Colorado College in 2004).