2006: Played in 13 games during her senior season, getting the starting nod in goal in 11 of those games ... had an overall record of 3-7-1 ... led the Blazers with 51 saves on the year, recording a save percentage of 71.8 ... ended the season with a goals allowed average of 1.76 ... ended her UAB career holding the Blazers' all-time career records for most wins (34), most shutouts (13), goals allowed average (1.30) and highest save percentage (.797) ... earned her fourth varsity letter.
2005: Set a new single-season record for most saves with 122 ... moved into second place on the career saves chart with 272 and only needs 55 to pass Lisa Nowoslawski for the record ... named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 19 after setting a new single-game saves record (16) against top-ranked North Carolina ... named to the Soccerbuzz.com Elite Team of the Week after her stellar play at the Duke Adidas Classic ... named to the Duke Adidas Classic All-Tournament team.
2004: Starting goalkeeper for the second-straight season ... helped anchor UAB defense which ranked third in the conference in goals against average and allowed the fifth-fewest goals (25) in the conference during the season ... recorded six shutouts and finished the season with a 1.05 goals against average ... started in 23 of UAB's 24 matches during the season and logged 1800 minutes ... earned her second varsity letter.
2003: Led Conference USA in shutouts (5) during the league's 10-game schedule ... earned C-USA Defensive Player of the Week honors on Nov. 3, as she registered three saves in the Blazers' 2-0 shutout victory over USF that clinched the regular-season title ... finished third in C-USA's final statistics in both goals against average (0.90) and shutouts (6) ... ended the season as the conference's fourth-place goalkeeper in save percentage (.829) ... started 15 of the Blazers' 19 matches in goal and accumulated an impressive 11-3-1 record ... earned five solo shutouts during the season and combined for three others along with teammate Julie McFarlane ... tallied a stellar 0.90 goals against average and registered a team-high 58 saves ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative grade point average of better than 3.0 during the academic school year ... earned her first varsity letter.
High School: Starting goalkeeper her last three years at White Station High School ... named to the Commercial Appeal Best of Preps All-Metro team in 2000, 2001 and 2002 ... played for Enoch Thweat at WSHS ... her club team, Fury `85, won the Tennessee State championship in 1999, 2000 and 2001, and also took the championship titles at the 2000 Dallas Cup Spring Classic, the 2000 Minnesota USA Cup and was a 2001 Region III semifinalist ... co-captain of her club team for four years, while playing for Steve Hirayama ... member of the 1999 and 2001 Tennessee ODP State teams ... member of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and the Beta Club ... was WSHS's 2003 Athlete of the Year.
Personal: Full name is Katherine LaMarr Forbis ... born Nov. 7, 1984 ... daughter of Jim and Ann Forbis ... has three siblings: Jeremy, Will and Sarah ... majoring in fitness leadership.