MAJOR: General Business
1998: Started all 17 games...scored six goals, including the game-winning goal against Oklahoma...scored other goals against Maryland, Evansville, TCU, Missouri and Texas...took 52 shots...had a team-high nine assists...second on the team in points with 21...named second team All-Big 12 and first team Academic All-Big 12...named to the Butler Nike/Snickers SoccerFest All-Tournament team...set school record for most career points with 98.
1997: Started all 18 of Tech?s games...recorded a team-high 14 goals...scored two goals against Missouri, TCU, Georgia...took 67 shots...had a team-high five assists...finished season with team-high 33 points...named to the All-Big 12 third team...selected to NSCAA Umbro All Central Region third team....set school mark for career goals scored...only two points away from the school mark in career points...named team MVP for second year...Academic All-Big 12 first team selection.
1996: Started and played in all 21 games...scored a team-high 18 goals and eight assists...finished season with 44 points...collected two hat tricks for the season...shattered practically every single season scoring record...named to the All-Big 12 second team...was also a second team selection on the Big 12 Sports Information Directors All-Conference team...picked to the Soccer Buzz All-Freshman Central Region team...was an honorable mention Freshman All-America team pick by Soccer Buzz ...nationally ranked in goals and scoring throughout the season...named to the Dean?s List during the fall.
SOCCER: High school team was ranked #1 in Northern Region...received Honorable Mention selection to All-Met team...named first team All-District and All-Region as well as second team All-State...in 1995-96, played for Braddock Road Lightning...was selected as State Cup MVP in 1996 for scoring 21 goals and providing 14 assists in one season...team won state championship in 1994 and 1995...finished first in Regional in 1995...placed third at Nationals in 1995...won Columbia Tournament in 1996.
PERSONAL: Full name: Kristine Marie Frantz, prefers to be called ?Kristy?...parents Randall and Suzanne Frantz...father is a graduate of Air Force Academy who works as a manager...mother is a graduate of the University of Maine and is a registered nurse...has younger brother Jeffrey.
MORE ABOUT KRISTY: 1994-95 Most Improved Player for field hockey...1993 basketball MVP...a three-year member of the honor roll...future goals include attending graduate school...chose Tech over 30 other universities mainly because of its recruiting efforts and coaching staff...most admires her grandmother...enjoys rollerblading and bike riding.
TEXAS TECH CAREER STATISTICS
Year GS/GP Goals Assists Points 1996 21/21 18 8 44 1997 18/18 14 5 33 1998 17/17 6 9 21 Totals 56/56 38 22 98