19 Kristin Mulry
19 Kristin Mulry
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Holbrook, Mass.
High School: Hingham
Position: F

2011 Finished off the greatest career for a UMass Boston forward in program-history with another fantastic campaign … Selected as a NEWISA All-Region First Team Honoree … Named to the Little East Conference First Team for the second time in her career … Joined Samantha Place as the only players in school history to earn All Conference honors in all four years … Started in 17 contests and made 20 appearances, helping her finished tied for second all-time with 85 career appearances … Mulry produced her fourth straight 20+ point season, becoming the first Beacons to produce four consecutive 20+ point seasons … Became the first player in program history to eclipse the 100 point mark, finishing with 115…  Recorded 10 goals to set the new program standard for goals with 51 for her career … Ended the season second on the team with 10 goals, six assists and 26 points … Finished tied for third in the conference in points, fourth in goals and tied for fifth in assists … Added two game-winning goals to tie the program mark with 10 career game-winners … Recorded her program record 13th multiple goal game with a hat trick on September 24 against Rhode Island College in a 9-0 win … Registered a career-high three assists on October 18 in helping the Beacons defeat the Massachusetts Maritime Academy 8-0 … Tallied the game-winning assist in UMB's ECAC Tournament First Round 3-1 victory over Endicott College on November 9.          

2010 Became the first player in program history to produce three consecutive 20+ point seasons, registered 23 points on 10 goals and three assists over 23 games to pace the Beacons offensive output ... Named to the Little East Conference Second Team, joining her teammate in Samantha Place as the only players in school history to earn All Conference honors in each of their first three seasons ... Earned the LEC Offensive Player of the Week honor during the week of October 24-30 ... Ranked second on the Beacons and tied for seventh in the LEC with 10 goals while her 23 points ranked second among teammates and eighth in the conference ... Her total points on the year ranks seventh all-time at UMass Boston for points registered in a single season ... Registered three multi-goal outings on the season and is now the all-time career leader with 12 multi-goal games ... Became the program's all-time leader in points on September 7 with her goal vs. Eastern Nazarene College in a 3-2 win ... Notched the game-winning goal in back-to-back matches including a 2-1 win over Bridgewater State on September 16 in which she became the all-time leading scorer in program history and then in a 4-1 victory over Southern Maine on September 18 in which she tallied two scores ... Poured in two goals vs. Wheelock College in UMB's 11-0 victory on October 7 and scored both goals in the Beacons 2-0 victory over Rhode Island College on October 30 ... Scored and assisted in UMass Boston's first-ever ECAC tournament win, a 3-2 victory over Norwich University on November 10.

2009 Enjoyed one of the best seasons in program history to earn a spot on the LEC First Team as a forward ... Became the first offensive player in school history to earn All-Conference honors in multiple seasons since Shannon Murphy in 1996 and 1997 ... Earned LEC Offensive Player of the Week honors twice on the year ... Led the league with 1.76 points per match with 37 points and was one of the LEC's top goal scorer averaging 0.81 per match with 17 goals in 21 games ... Ranked third among conference leaders with three game-winning scores, a total which is also the third-most in a season in school annals ... Made the most of her shots, scoring on 38% of her 45 shots, while putting 68.9% of her shots on net ... Collected the second most goals and point total in a season in school history, while her total of five multiple-goal matches is good for the second-most in school history ... Recorded a hat trick vs. Fitchburg State on September 22 ... Became just the second player at UMB to register more than one hat trick in a season with her second three-goal output coming in a 5-0 victory over Rhode Island College on October 31 ... Scored the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Western Connecticut in the 84th minute to lift UMass Boston to their first ever victory over the Colonials on October 10 ... Scored in back-to-back games five times on the season ... Her 64 points and 30 goals over two seasons are both the second-highest total in school history, while tying for the program standard with nine multiple-goal efforts, including three hat tricks ... Now has five career game-winners to place her second among the Beacons' career leaders. 

2008 Posted a tremendous first season and became the first player in school history to be named the Little East Conference Rookie of the Year ... Selected a LEC Second Team All-Star at forward ... Tabbed the league's Rookie of the Week a league-high four times ... Registered one of the greatest offensive seasons the school has ever seen and was one of the conference's top offensive players all season ... Ranked second in the conference in total points with 29 and second with 14 goals, while owning a .318 shot percentage to lead the Beacons ... Her totals for points and goals are the most in a season for a freshman at UMB in school history and the second-highest for any UMass Boston player in a season ... Started 10 of 21 matches and her two game-winning goals on the year tied for the team lead ... Extremely reliable goal-scorer, having scored at least one goal in nine matches, including a streak of five straight matches from October 4-14 ... The first-year player racked up four multiple-goal outings for the second-most in a season at UMass Boston and became the first player in three years to net three goals in a match when she registered a hat trick in a 6-0 victory at Wheelock College on October 9.

PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Won four letters for Hingham High School ... Led the Harbormen in scoring three of her four seasons, while leading the Patriot League as a freshman ... Named a Patriot League All-Star three times in addition to being named All-Scholastic for HHS ... Selected the Harbormen's Captain during her senior campaign ... Earned the Excellence in Ceramics Award ... Member of the Century Club ... Recipient of the town of Holbrook and UMass Boston Scholars Scholarships ... Born July 16, 1989 ... Daughter of Mike and Lori Mulry ... Majoring in biology and would like to pursue a career as a veterinarian ... Enjoys going to the beach, photography and spending time with her dog, Rondo.

Career Stats

Season GP Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2008 21 14 1 29 44 .318 29 .659 2 0-0
2009 21 17 3 37 45 .378 31 .689 3 0-0
2010 23 10 3 23 66 .152 37 .561 3 0-0
2011 20 10 6 26 38 .263 26 .684 2 0-1
TOTAL 85 51 13 115 193 .264 123 .637 10 0-1