2012: Provided glimpses of the potential impact she can have on her career at CofC with her sophomore campaign… appeared in all 20 matches and made 11 starts… found the net twice on the year… displayed excellent field vision and play-making ability, leading to four assists… registered over 800 minutes on the season… scored the Cougars’ lone mark in a 2-1 loss to South Florida on Sept. 7 and added a coal in CofC’s 5-1 win over Chattanooga on Oct. 12.
2011: Appeared in 16 matches for the Cougars as a freshman... attempted five shots and placed three on goal for a .600 shot-on-goal percentage.
Before Charleston: Played for Coastal United FC under coach Jason Birchwood after moving from Georgia where she played for Concorde Fire... Twohig was named to the all-region and all-state teams in South Carolina in 2010 as well as the All-Low-Country team after scoring 49 goals for Bishop England High School... In Georgia in 2009, Twohig was named to the all-region and all-state teams and awarded Offensive Player of the Year.
Personal: Daughter of Mary Ann and Francis Twohig... born July 9, 1993 ... Has one brother, Francis who plays soccer on the men's team at College of Charleston... selected to participate in the Palmetto Girls State Leadership Program... honor roll student and Teachers' Awards recipient at Bishop England in Algebra III, Trigonometry and Biology in 2010... names her favorite athlete to be Cristiano Ronaldo.
Twohig on choosing the College of Charleston: "I felt that the College of Charleston was the best fit for me not only because of the great soccer program but also because of the high academic standards. I also wanted to be close to my family and the beach! I am very excited to be a Cougar and look forward to having a great future on the field and in the classroom."
Club Coach Jason Birchwood on Twohig: "The College of Charleston is getting a player who is extremely dedicated to the game of soccer. She brings the right attitude to the training pitch on a daily basis and works extremely hard at improving her skill. The one thing that impressed me most about Kate is her confidence. She is not afraid of a challenge and I think this is the quality that would help her achieve success at the next level. Also, she makes the other players around her look better. She enjoys winning and would do almost anything to help her team achieve that goal. I'm looking forward to seeing her on the field playing at the next level!"