1  Elise Kuhar-Pitters
Elise Kuhar-Pitters

RS Senior

Spokane, Wash.

High School:
Gonzaga Prep




Fashion Merchandising/Home Furnishings


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Forty-Seven Student-Athletes in Commencement Activities Saturday

Tigers' athletics well-represented in the 100th year commencement activities.


Memphis Athletics Places School-Record 218 Student-Athletes On C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

It's the sixth-straight year the Tigers' C-USA honor roll has increased.


Memphis Athletics Places School-Record 218 Student-Athletes On C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

It is sixth-straight year the number of Tigers C-USA honor roll has increased.

2010 (Junior) - Solidified her role as Memphis' everyday goalkeeper ... Missed the first three contests of the season ... Saw her first action versus SEC foe, LSU and posted a shutout against the 18th-ranked team in the nation ... Logged 1,617 minutes in goal in 18 contests ... Notched a team-high 61 saves and recorded a 12-4-2 record ... Posted eight shutouts, five of which came against Conference USA opponents ... Notched back-to-back shutouts on three different occasions, all of which came against conference foes ... Helped Memphis to a 0.84 goals-against-average.

2009 (Sophomore) - A natural leader in net for the Lady Tigers, logged all but 90 minutes of the 2009 season in goal ... Posted a school-record 11 shutouts, recording back-to-back shutouts on five different occasions ... Set a school record with 1,990 minutes in goal ... Made a season-high seven saves against Colorado College to clinch Memphis' third-straight appearance in the C-USA Championship Match ... Named C-USA Tournament Defensive MVP, posting two shutouts to help the Lady Tigers claim their third-straight C-USA title ... A second team All-C-USA selection, was also honored as a NSCAA All-Central Region third team pick ... Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week after opening the 2009 C-USA schedule with back-to-back shutouts of Southern Miss and UCF, both of which were on the road.

2008 (Freshman) -Rebounded from season-ending injury in 2007 to lead team with 1,190 minutes in goal in 2008 ... Picked up eight wins and four shutouts ... Also led team with 40 saves ... Had a season-high six saves against UAB in the C-USA Tournament ... Recorded five saves against Ole Miss, UCF (C-USA Tournament semifinals) and Illinois (NCAA College Cup) ... Blanked opponents UALR and Southern Miss in the regular season ... Shut out UAB and UCF in C-USA Tournament.

2007 Season (Redshirt) -Began the season as the Lady Tigers starting goalkeeper ... Suffered an injury in the first match that sidelined her the rest of the season ... Returned to action for spring practice in 2008.

Prior to Memphis -A member of the Washington Olympic Development Program Team ... Played club soccer for the Spokane Shadows ... Helped Gonzaga Prep to an undefeated season in 2006 ... Named all-city three years and all-state two years ... Named league MVP in 2006 ... Member of Super Y ODP National Team 2006.

Personal -Parents are Stephen and Lisa Pitters ... Enjoys writing poetry ... Likes to dance and go to the gym when not playing soccer ... Graduated in May 2011 with a bachelor's degree in fashion merchandising with a minor in marketing management ... Working toward a second degree in home furnishings.

Career Stats
2007* 1 1 74:02 0 .000 1.22 1-0-0 0.0
2008 13 12 1190:18 29 .707 0.91 8-4-1 4.0
2009 22 20 1990:00 61 .753 0.90 15-7-0 11.0
2010 18 17 1617:28 61 .782 0.95 12-4-2 8.0
2011 7 2 606:13 11 .846 0.30 7-0-0 4.0
Totals 61 52 5478:01 173 .769 0.85 42-15-3 27.0
*Medical Hardship Season
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