|Hometown:||Lake Forest, Calif.|
|High School:||Trabuco Hills|
Played in 18 games (13 starts).
Recorded two assists during the season.
For a third year in a row was named a Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention honoree.
Started all 20 of ASU's contests.
Tied for first on the team with four assists.
Was named a CollegeSoccer360.com Prime Time Performer of the week after leading ASU's defensive effort at Charlotte (Sept. 3) and at No. 19 South Carolina (Sept. 5).
Had a single-game career-high two assists in ASU's 3-0 upset of No. 17 USC (Nov. 5).
Academically speaking, earned honorable mention accolades note from both the Pac-10 and the NSCAA (West Region).
Played in 17 games, starting the last 14 games of the season.
Assisted on Alexandra Elston's game-winning goal in ASU's 1-0 overtime win vs. Oregon State (Nov. 6).
One of ASU's top reserves who played in all 20 games with two starts.
Assisted on a goal in her first career game at Northern Arizona (Aug. 22)
Recorded her first start and played all 90 minutes in ASU's 1-0 upset of defending national champion USC (Oct. 19).
Also started in ASU's 2-2 tie at California (Oct. 24).
A 2008 graduate of Trabuco Hills High School (Mission Viejo, Calif.).
Captained her club team (So Cal Blues) four years and her high school team two years.
Named her team's Rookie of the Year in 2005.
Earned her team's Coaches Award in 2006 in helping lead her squad to the CIF semifinals before adding All-League honors as a junior.
Senior year honors included being named to the Excalibur All-Tournament Team, All-League distinction, Trabuco Hills MVP and Trabuco Hills Fall Athlete of the Season.
Was coached by Sarah Trost.
Major is elementary education.
Parents are Paul and Kathy Shane.
Has two siblings - Katie (29) and Alli (26).
Lists hobbies as hanging out with friends, playing flag football, snowboarding and spending time at the beach
Born in October of 1989 in Santa Ana, Calif.
Full name is Kari Gwendolyn Shane.
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