Junior Ties Single Game Assist Record  

By Bryson Eldridge – Co-Managing Editor

Junior Katie Redding tied the single-game University of Scranton record with four assists in the Royals 10-0 victory against Goucher College.  

Redding recorded 10 points against Goucher recording her third career hat trick and assisting her teammates four times.  

Redding has been the offensive focal point for the Royals this season with hitting the back of the cage 16 times in 12 games. Redding also tags along five assists. 

Redding values the importance of being in the record book with Royals who played the sport before her.  

“It’s honestly something I’d never thought I’d be able to do. You look at all those names and you know the great legacy they all left behind here so to even be associated with all of them is an honor,” Redding said.  

Redding is on the brink of history with 37 points sitting at number five in program single season points record. With three regular season games, Landmark Conference playoffs and possible NCAA Tournament play, Redding could break the current record of 69 points in a season set by Meredith Campbell in 2017.  

Redding is streaking up national leaderboards ranking eleventh in goals in Division III this season with 16. Redding ranks number tenth in points in Division III with 37 points.  

Redding and the Royals get back in action Saturday in their season finale against Juniata College.