#24 Kayte McGuire
Senior
Midfielder - M
Height: 5-4
Hometown: Bozeman, Mont.
High School: Bozeman H.S. ('06)
Major: Global Studies, Psychology, French

 
Season
(MIAC) GLS-AST-PTS
(OVR) GLS-AST-PTS
 
2008
0-0-0
0-0-0
2007
0-0-0
1-0-2
2006
0-0-0
0-0-0
Total
0-0-0
1-0-2

Cobber Career Highlights

2008 - Started 9 of 18 games played for Concordia...had one shot on goal.

2007 - Started in 1 of 10 games played for the Cobbers...scored first career goal.

2006 - Appeared in 3 games for the Cobbers.

________________The MCGUIRE File

One word that best describes me: Outdoorsy

Place I would most like to visit: Australia

Favorite food: Sushi

Favorite restaurant: Kobes

Favorite movies: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Step Up, Wedding Crashers, The Holiday

Favorite TV show: OC, Full House, Grey's Anatomy

Favorite music groups: Maroon 5, Tim McGraw,

Colbie Calliat, Sugarland

Favorite books: eat pray love

Favorite holiday: Christmas

One thing I can't live without: Books

Best class ever taken at Concordia: Global Studies

The three people I would most like to meet: 

Gandhi, Jesus, Kristine Lilly

The biggest influence on my soccer career: 

Steve Birrell

If I were to play another sport, it would be:  Basketball

Favorite pro sports team: Twins

My dream job is: Retired

The most unusual thing the average person would not know about me is: I am lactose Intolerant

This summer I: traveled in Europe and Mexico

My favorite thing about Fargo Moorhead is: The people

Favorite Coach Weiler quote: "Shamockery!"

Personal

All Conference, All-State, National Honor Society, Rotary Honoree, Student Body Secretary, LeoClub President at Bozeman HS...lettered in music, academics, and soccer...daughter of Jeff and Mary Anne... siblings Lance and Shanda...hobbies include travel, outdoors-ness, biking, tie-dying,soccer and sledding...plans on attending med school after college.

Why Did You Choose to Come to Concordia? “For the small school, music and languages program."

What do you like best about Concordia? "I love the small college feel in a large college town"