Cagle on Trout: "KJ was without a doubt an ACC-caliber defender for us last year. Physically, she is probably our strongest player and without a doubt our biggest 'gamer'. When things were on the line for us last year, KJ came through. We will look for her competitive spirit to be present again this fall, and we look forward to having her anchor our defense again this season."
2004: Started all 20 games ... Assisted on the game-winner against VMI ... Recorded an assist in the 3-2 win against No. 19 Wake Forest ... Helped defense post six shutouts on the season.
2003: Made the move to sweeper and sacrificed her statistics for solid play in the back ... Helped the Hokies tally six shutouts ... Had an assist in a 3-2 home win over St. John's.
2002: Saw action in 17 games during her freshman campaign, starting 15 ... Set a Virginia Tech women's soccer record for most goals scored in a game (4) in a win over Liberty ... Also added one goal versus East Carolina and one versus Boston College ... Notched two assists on the season.
High School: Played four years of varsity soccer for Colonial Forge High School under head coach Lauren Henn ... Voted female athlete of the year and team MVP as a senior ... Named Free Lance Star Player of the Year ... An honorable mention to The Washington Post All-Met team ... Also lettered in cross country and indoor track.
Personal: Born 5/24/84 in Beaufort, S.C. ... Daughter of Scott and Ingrid Trout ... Has three siblings, Soren, Max and Christian ... Majoring in human nutrition, foods and exercise.
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