2016 Season (Sophomore): Did Not Play.
2015 Season (Freshman): Played in eight games at forward, started two, helped Ferris State to GLIAC regular season runner-up finish during the winningest season in program history. Registered two shots on goal.
Coached by Kurt Brown … Three-Time all-conference and all-district honoree … Plans to major in Forensic Science … Played club level soccer for the Green Team along with the TKO and Kingdom organizations … Daughter of Harold and Shelly Nutter … Claimed the team's Top Gun Award last spring as a junior … Tallied 12 goals and seven assists in the 2014 season … Had four goals and an assist as a sophomore … Produced 26 goals with 17 assists on the junior varsity level as a freshman while claiming all-league laurels after leading the squad to a 14-1-1 mark … Twice played in a national tournament in Florida … Once biked 270 miles from Portage to Ludington … Has a younger sister and a brother … Enjoys reading and volunteering among her other interests … Was born in Fort Hood, Texas.
Coach McCaslin on Nutter:
"Kathryn was an under the radar type player for us that came to us late in the process. She has played her club soccer at a high level and for quality coaching and she can really help us on the outside. She has pace and gets herself into really good spots to score sneaky goals. Kathryn helped lead her club team to a 3rd place finish in the national tournament last summer and scored a number of goals in qualifying and the final tournament. It's always nice to add a player with a natural knack for goals to your roster and I'm happy she's with us."