Kathleen "Katie" O'Donnell Bam is an American field hockey player. She was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania, and attended Wissahickon High School in Ambler, Pennsylvania. O'Donnell began playing for the Maryland Terrapins in the 2007 season. She was the youngest member of the 2005 United States women's national team and has become known for her excellent stick skills and ability to create. Her attributes were put on full display throughout her freshman campaign as she earned a starting position for the preseason number-one team in the country at forward.
|University team:||Maryland Terrapins|
|Now coaching:||Harvard (2016-present)|
|National finals:||NCAA Champion 2008, 2010|
About Katie O'Donnell
American women's field hockey player who became a three-time ACC Offensive Player of the Year at the University of Maryland. In 2010, she received the National Sportswomen of the Year award from the Women's Sports Foundation.
She played field hockey at Wissahickon High School in Ambler, Pennsylvania, where she
At age 16, she became the youngest player ever to be named to the United States national field hockey team.
She is the youngest of four children born to Bud and Kathy O'Donnell.
She and basketball player Lindsey Harding are both winners of the Mary Garber Award for ACC Female Athlete of the Year.
Information related to Katie O'Donnell Bam
- Maryland Terrapins field hockey players
- Field hockey players at the 2011 Pan American Games
- American female field hockey players
- Olympic field hockey players of the United States
- Field hockey players at the 2012 Summer Olympics
- Field hockey players at the 2016 Summer Olympics