PENN STATE CAREER
2012 (Junior): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Started all 19 games...Tallied six points (5g, 1a)...Scored career-high three goals in a 19-3 season-opening victory against Bucknell Feb. 15...Netted two goals against Lafayette Feb. 25...One of three Nittany Lions with double-digit ground ball (23), draw control (30) and caused turnover (13) totals.
2011 (Sophomore): Academic All-Big Ten...Played in 17 games...Posted four goals...Scored first goal as a Nittany Lion in a 22-2 win over Bucknell (3/2)...Recorded first career multiple-goal game in win over William & Mary (3/25), netting two...Finished fourth on the team with 19 draw controls, notching three versus Hofstra (3/16), Ohio State (4/17), and Johns Hopkins (5/5)...Totaled 11 ground balls and eight caused turnovers.
2010 (Freshman): ALC Academic Honor Roll...Saw action in eight games...Finished first year as a Nittany Lion with eight ground balls, five draw controls, including a season-high three versus Northwestern (4/11), and one caused turnover.
Competed as the youngest member of Team Canada at the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, helping it capture the bronze medal...Played under Team Canada head coach Jen Johnson, a former Nittany Lion who ranks ninth on the program's career points list...As a member of the Canadian Provincial U-19 team, won championships at the Ontario Summer Games in 2006 and 2008...Started for Team Canada at the U-19 World Championships as a 17-year old...Earned Rookie of the Year honors on the U-19 squad in 2006...As a member of the Canadian Provincial U-15 team, captured three championships and was named outstanding defensive player in 2004 and team co-captain and outstanding graduating player in 2005...Playing in high school for the Anderson C.V.I. Raiders, Guy she was honored as varsity rookie of the year in 2006 and was selected as a co-captain in 2007 and 2009...Also a standout student, she earned honors award for academic excellence all four years in high school.
Born Kathryn Marni Guy on March 27, 1991 in Ajax, Ontario to parents Mark and Susan Guy...Has an older sister, Jennifer, and brother, Jason...Brother played professionally in the Ontario Hockey League for the London Knights...Hobbies include coaching and refereeing...Grew up playing ice hockey, winning a North Metro League Championship in 2003...Majoring in chemical engineering.