0 Grace Kraft
0 Grace Kraft
Height: 5-8
Year: Junior
Hometown: Williamston, Mich.
High School: Williamston
Position: Goalkeeper

Sophomore (2017): Dressed and started 13 games, played 1,084:30 in goal with a 6-7-0 record, an .835 save percentage, and a 1.16 goals against average…finished with one shutout…made 71 saves…had a season-best 12 against Minnesota State on Sept. 8…shutout came against Northwood (Sept. 22), and combined for a shutout, playing 80:49 against Tiffin on Oct. 6, making four saves.

2016 Season (Freshman): Started 14 games in net for the Bulldogs…Allowed less than one goal per game on average…89 saves on the season…nine shutouts…Season high 13 saves on Sep. 16 against Ohio Dominican in a 1-0 victory…two time GLIAC defensive player of the week…All-GLIAC Second team Goalkeeper.

Four-year letterwinner ... Active in the student council, elite choir and the National Honor Society ... Coached by Jim Flore ... Served as instructor and leader at children's sports camps ... Played club soccer for TNT Soccer Club and the Michigan Soccer Club ... Daughter of Daniel Kraft and Elizabeth Wylegala ... Undecided on an academic major ... Lansing State Journal "Dream Team" selection ... Two-time All-State honoree ... Twice named to all-conference squad ... Also has twice earned all-academic recognition ... Led team to three-straight conference championships ... Helped team reach regional finals in 2014 ... Three-sport athlete ... Also competed in volleyball and basketball ... All-district and all-region recipient ... Posted a 0.76 goals against average and a .900 save percentage in 2015 with 13 shutouts ... Recorded 15 shutouts and a 0.67 GAA in 2014 ... Appeared in four games as a freshman with two shutouts in net.

Coach McCaslin on Kraft:
"Grace is a strong goalkeeper and will be a great addition to our goalkeeping corps. She's got good size and ball striking ability. She's clean catching the ball and can make important saves in big moments."