- Nov. 13, 2012 -
The Institute of Notre Dame (IND), the first Catholic girls school in Baltimore, announced today that Katherine “Kat” Ocheda ’13 will sign a National Letter of Intent tomorrow to play lacrosse at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia. Kennesaw State has been designated a Division I school by the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
The Perry Hall resident has played varsity defense for IND since her sophomore year. Ocheda has been an avid field hockey player as well, playing all four years and every position, but predominantly as forward.
She joins Kennesaw State University as it adds women’s lacrosse as its 17th NCAA Division I championship sport, with intercollegiate competition beginning in the spring of 2013.
IND congratulates Ocheda on her transition from a penguin (IND) to an owl (KSU)!
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