2013: Conference USA Academic Honor Roll; Played in three games with one start in a key C-USA road game at FIU... Finished with a total of 13 saves, including a career-high seven saves in a career-long 90 minutes at FIU... Logged more than 124 minutes for the full season... Made six saves in 19 minutes vs. eventual league champion and NCAA Tournament participant Colorado College... Made on-field debut in home win over Lamar.
2012: C-USA Academic Honor Roll; Did not see game action in first season with the program and gained a redshirt year... Added valuable experience playing for FC Dallas in the WPSL over the summer of 2012, where she helped the team win the Big Sky-South division title.
Club - Goalkeeper for the Dallas Sting '94 since 2010, a member of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) National Flight A... Helped the squad reach the 2011 North Texas State Cup Semifinals under head coach Kenny Medina... Played four years (2007-2010) for FC Dallas '94... 2010 ODP Region III Champions... Participated in the 2010 ODP National Development Event in Coral Springs, Fla.... 2009-10 ODP Region III Pool and Region III Camp in Alabama... 2006-10 '94 North Texas State Team.
High School - A 2012 graduate of Boyd High School in McKinney, Tex.... Starting keeper for a Broncos squad that was the ESPN Rise #2 prep team in the nation heading into the season... First team 5A All-State goalkeeper and the District 10-5A Goalkeeper of the Year... First Team All-Region... Helped lead the Broncos to a 28-1-1 record with 19 shutouts on the way to the the 5A state finals... Program compiled a 79-7-6 record in her first three years on the team... National Merit Scholarship Program Recognition... AP Scholar with Distinction... National Honor Society... Earned the Academic Excellence Award... TAKS Commended Performance
Personal - Full name: Kara Nicole Dugall. Born: March 15, 1994 in Richardson, Tex. Parents: Joe and Wendy Dugall of McKinney (has two brothers). Volunteer at Mane Gate, a therapeutic horse-riding center for the disabled. Chose to attend Rice over SMU, Michigan State, North Carolina State and Baylor. Rice College: Brown