20
Katie Brannigan

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Blackpool, Lancashire, England

High School:
Cardinal Newman College

Height:
5-2

Position:
M

Major:
Film & Media Studies and English

Katie  Brannigan

10/31/2017

Late Goal Ends Women's Soccer Season in PLT Quarters

Leopards’ strong defensive effort not enough in 1-0 loss at Boston U.

10/30/2017

Kissell, Martone Selected for All-League Third Team

Women’s soccer pair helped lead Lafayette to its second straight postseason berth this fall

10/30/2017

Leopards Head to Boston for Halloween Headliner

Lafayette looks to recreate tournament magic in PLT quarterfinals

10/22/2017

Women's Soccer Upends American on Senior Day

Leopards take care of business in must-win game on Sunday afternoon

09/10/2017

Comeback Falls Short for Women’s Soccer

Leopards get late goal to cut into lead, but fall at Brown, 2-1

10/22/2017

Lafayette vs. American

Photos by Rick Smith

10/15/2017

Lafayette vs. Lehigh

Photos by Rick Smith

09/16/2017

Lafayette vs. Bucknell

Lafayette Women's Soccer

08/10/2017

Women's Soccer Preseason Walk-Through

Women's soccer preseason. (Aug. 10, 2017)

11/02/2016

Lafayette Women's Soccer at Lehigh (PLTQ)

Lafayette women's soccer at Lehigh in the Patriot League Tournament Quartefinals (11/2/16)

2016: Started in 16 of her 19 games played as a sophomore in the midfield...selected twice as the Patriuot League Midfielder of the Week on Aug. 22 and Aug. 29...scored a goal against Siena (8/21)...recordeed 14 total shots on goal to go along with two assists on the year.

2015: 
Started in all 16 games…scored two goals on the season, both occurring in one-goal victories…tallied up four assists on the year…assisted on both goals in a 2-1 win at New Hampshire on Sept. 13…accumulated eight points on the year…took 21 shots with 12 on goal…scored the game-winning goal against UMass-Lowell on Sept. 11…scored both goals, registered all four assists and took seven shots in a stretch of six straight games from Aug. 30 to Sept. 19…named Patriot League Rookie of the Week on Sept. 14…ranked third on the team in shots per game (1.31) and points per game (.5)…tied for second on the team in assists per game (.25).

Prior to Lafayette:
Blackburn Rovers Centre of Excellence - 3 Years, National Cup finalists - 2 Years...Everton Ladies WSL - 2 Years, National Cup semi finalists...Lancashire Schools Northern champions and National runner-up - 2 years running...Republic of Ireland U17's Training camps...Indoor Hockey - North West Champions…Maths challenge award...Fylde Coast Design and Technology Award.

Why Lafayette?
I have chosen Lafayette as I believe that the four years I will spend there will be a life changing experience. Lafayette is renowned both academically and athletically, allowing me to push myself both mentally and physically. As I will be moving to another country, I wanted a college that was small enough to help me integrate into American life & make great friends, but also had the academic qualities to help me develop and achieve my ambitions and goals as well as opening doors for my future career. Oh and I can neither confirm, nor deny the rumour that the fact that the Lafayette Head Coach is a Manchester United fan, like myself, had anything to do with my decision!