CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – MIT senior Kameron Klauber (Carlsbad, Calif.) added another accolade to her impressive resume, as the forward was recognized as the 2011 NCAA Division III field hockey statistical champion in assists per game. Klauber led the country with 22 assists in 23 games for an average of 0.96 per contest. Her 22 assists establishes a new program record, as Klauber totaled six more than the previous high.
Klauber was named to the National Field Hockey Coaches (NFHCA) All-America first team and was the NFHCA New England East Regional Player of the Year. She led MIT in goals (25), assists (22) and points (72), establishing new single-season program marks in all three categories. The senior also collected New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Athlete of the Year honors and was selected to the league's all-conference team for the second consecutive season.
Klauber will close her outstanding career as MIT's all-time leader in goals and points and stands second in career assists, despite playing just three seasons. She helped lead the Cardinal and Gray to a pair of NEWMAC championships and NCAA tournament berths, including an appearance in the national quarterfinals in 2011.