Appeared in 12 matches last season playing a total of 233 minutes ... Came off the bench in the second game of the season against Nevada (8/21) and contributed to a 4-0 shutout ... Played a season-high 41 minutes against Bucknell (9/20) and 37 minutes against Northwestern (9/23) playing solid defense in both games that led the Nittany Lions to back-to-back 4-0 wins ... In the 12 games she appeared in, she helped the Nittany Lions record 10 shutouts.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Five-year letterwinner in high school under the direction of James Barnello, earning NSCAA Scholar All-American and All-State Fourth Team honors...Two-time All-League and All-Central N.Y. First Team honoree...Named to the 2008 All-League Second Team...Squad captured 2006 Section 3 Championship as well as OHSL League titles in 2006 and 2010...Earned two letters in indoor track and outdoor track...Won 2010 Section 3 600m Championship...Named All-League First Team in 2009 for indoor track.
Played club soccer for Empire Syracuse coached by Mike Paolini...Squad earned fourth place in the Region 1 League...Empire was runner up in the Orange Classic, semifinalist in the NEWWS and Las Vegas Showcases...Squad captured the U.S. Club National and Mid-Atlantic Cup Championships...Raleigh Shootout Champions.
Kindrah Tomei Kohne was born September 2, 1993 in Syracuse, N.Y. to Tom and Maria Kohne...Has a twin sister named Kourtenee and an older sister named Kazzondrah who is a student in the criminal, law and justice program at Penn State.
QUOTING COACH WALSH ON KOHNE
"Kindrah is a tenacious player with incredible work ethic and leadership ability. Her versatility, and competitiveness will make her an invaluable asset to our team and will allow her to have a great career here at Penn State. "
QUOTING KOHNE ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because the first time I walked on campus and felt the atmosphere, I felt like it was where I belonged."