Kaestner was a three-time All-American for the Blue & Gray
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Tri-Captain ... Athletic, competitive midfielder who ranked in the top three in scoring last season ... Plays well in all facets of the game, excellent dodger and finisher ... Excellent with and without the ball.
2009 (junior) - A Second Team All-American and the BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year ... Named First Team All-South Region and First Team All-BIG EAST ... Selected as a Tewaaraton Nominee ... Named Georgetown Co-MVP ... Earned two BIG EAST Player of the Week honors ... Trained with the U.S. National Team and was named to the Developmental Squad ... Started all 19 games for the Hoyas suffering a season-ending injury in the final game of the season, a loss to Princeton in the NCAA Tournament ... Ranked third on the squad in scoring with 62 points, posting 44 goals ranking her second on the team ... Also had 18 assists ... Posted a team-best 43 draw controls and ranked fourth in ground balls with 32 ... Also ranked third in caused turnovers with 22 ... Scored the game winner in overtime to get past Syracuse ... Notched six goals and two assists for eight points in the loss to Loyola (Md.) ... Tallied four goals at George Mason and at home against UConn as well as the BIG EAST Tournament game against Louisville ... Posted three assists against Johns Hopkins, Denver, George Mason and Louisville.
2008 (sophomore) - First Team All-American, just the second sophomore in program history to receive the honor ... Named First Team Regional All-American ... Was a First Team All-BIG EAST honoree ... Selected team MVP ... Selected to the U.S. National Team during the fall of her junior year, participated in camps to join the Elite squad ... Started every game for the Hoyas ... Led the team in points (65) and goals (52) ... Tallied points in all but one game of the season ... Recorded hat tricks in nine contests for the Blue & Gray ... Scored a season-high six goals, recorded a season-high two assists and accumulated a season-best six points in the opener at George Washington ... Led the team in draw controls with 47 including a season-high of six in a win over Notre Dame ... Led the team in ground balls with 44 ... Had a season-best five ground balls at Johns Hopkins, against Princeton and against Duke ... Led the team in forced turnovers with five in a win at Johns Hopkins.
2007 (freshman) - Ranked sixth on the team and led all freshmen with 14 points ... Recorded 10 goals to go along with four assists for 14 points ... Posted back-to-back hat tricks at Notre Dame and against George Washington ... Scored the Blue & Gray's first three goals at Notre Dame to go along with two ground balls and a career-best four caused turnovers ... Handed out an assist against Hopkins ... Scored a goal against Duke ... Had five multi-ground ball games ... Had a career-high four ground balls at William & Mary and against Maryland ... Named a BIG EAST Academic All Star.
Prior to Georgetown - Three-sport standout in soccer, basketball and lacrosse ... Lacrosse awards include Co-MVP of conference (2005), three-time First Team All-Conference, Rookie of the Year (2003), First Team All-Midshore , All-American Honorable Mention (2005), two-time Mid-Atlantic Team Two ... Soccer awards include three-time all conference, Second Team All-Midshore ... Basketball awards include Co-MVP of conference (2003-04), two-time All-Conference, two-time Second Team All-Midshore ... National Honor Society member ... High School Academic All-American ... A Wendy's High School Heisman Award Finalist (2005) ... Recipient of the Robert Orme Scholar-Athlete Award (2005).