2007-08 (Junior) Started all but one game, coming off the bench at Denver (Dec. 5) ... Led the team, shooting 53.3 percent from the field (97-182), which would have ranked third in the MVC had she not fallen just two field goal makes shy of the minimum (three made per game) ... Tied for the team-lead with three double-doubles ... Topped the team with 77 free-throws made and 102 free-throw attempts ... Scored in double figures 12 times ... Led the team with 17 points and 11 rebounds against Illinois State (March 15) in the MVC Tournament semifinals ... Also went 7-for-9 from the free-throw line and tied her season-high with three steals against the Redbirds in the MVC tourney ... Dished a season-high four assists to lead the team at Northern Iowa (Feb. 21) and against Illinois State (Feb. 29) ... Scored 13 points and logged a career-best 15 rebounds at Indiana State (Jan. 31), the most boards by a Bluejay since Angie Janis had 15 on Jan. 9, 2006 ... Also went 7-for-7 at the charity stripe at Indiana State ... Tabbed the MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Week on Feb. 6 after averaging 11.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game in wins at Indiana State and No. 24 Illinois State (Feb. 2) ... Scored career-high 21 points and pulled down a then career-best 13 rebounds for first career double-double at Southern Illinois (Jan. 20) ... Also set career-highs by going 8-for-15 from the field in career-best 36 minutes at SIU ... Scored in double figures three straight games between Dec. 18-Jan. 4, averaging 13 points and shooting 68 percent (17-25) from the field in that span ... Was 3-for-4 from both the field and the line at Evansville (Jan. 17) for nine points in just 11 minutes ... Poured in 16 points on 7-for-11 shooting at Oral Roberts (Dec. 21) ... Had 13 points and was 6-for-7 from the field in her only appearance off the bench, at Denver (Dec. 5) ... Scored nine points, had five rebounds, three assists and career-high three blocked shots against Memphis (Nov. 19).
2006-07 (Sophomore) Started 16 of the 32 games in which she appeared ... Earned starts in 16 of the first 17 games of the season ... Scored in double figures seven times ... Ranked second on the team with 19 blocked shots and 47.1 field goal percentage ... Remained perfect from three-point range in her career, sinking both of her long-range attempts on the season ... Scored 12 points while making a career-best 8-of-9 free-throw attempts at Wichita State (Feb. 25) ... Had back-to-back 11 point games in her home state at Northern Iowa (Feb. 3) and Drake (Feb. 9) ... Made her second three-pointer on her second attempt of the season at UNI ... Dished a career-best five assists and added nine points, eight rebounds and two blocked shots in season-high 30 minutes at Evansville (Jan. 21) ... Established career-high with four steals and had nine boards and eight points against Drake (Jan. 14) ... Had 12 points and drained her first three-point attempt of the season at Illinois State (Dec. 29) ... Scored season-high 15 points and had eight rebounds against Oral Roberts (Dec. 21) ... Went 4-for-5 from the floor and finished with 11 points and seven rebounds against Iowa (Nov. 26) ... Poured in 13 points, shooting 7-of-9 at the free-throw line, and added nine rebounds at Kansas State (Nov. 13) ... Earned her first career start at Arkansas-Little Rock in the season opener (Nov. 11).
2005-06 (Freshman) Played in 26 of 29 games as a rookie, including the first 17 games of the season ... Led the team in field goal percentage (.512) ... Topped Bluejay freshmen in free-throw attempts (43), free-throws made (32) and free-throw percentage (.744) ... Also led newcomers in rebounds (53) and blocks (5) ... Averaged 2.9 points and 9.0 minutes per game ... Blocked two shots and made 4-of-4 free-throws against Indiana State in the MVC Tournament (March 10) ... Played a season-high 22 minutes against Northern Iowa (March 4) in the regular-season finale, notching four rebounds and seven points in the win ... All five of her rebounds against Illinois State (Feb. 24) were on the offensive end ... Scored a season-high nine points against Evansville (Feb. 19) ... Had a breakout game matched up against 6-foot-7 all-MVC center Cassie Hager at UNI (Dec. 29) ... She went 3-for-4 from the field, including her first career three-pointer on her only attempt of the season, while finishing with eight points, three rebounds and a season-best three assists against the Panthers ... Went 5-for-6 from the free-throw line at Nebraska (Nov. 21) to account for all of her points ... Had an impressive collegiate debut with six points and a season-high seven rebounds at Northwestern (Nov. 19).
Ankeny High School Helped lead her team to four straight state championships, while guiding her team to a No. 2 national ranking by USA Today as a senior ... Named first-team all-state as a senior, averaging 13.5 points and 7.2 rebounds per game ... Tabbed second-team all-state as a sophomore and junior ... Earned first-team all-conference honors three times, while earning second-team recognition as a freshman ... Honored on the all-state tournament team following her sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Totalled 1,212 points and 673 rebounds in her career ... Established the school record with 19 rebounds in a game ... Led the Hawkettes to a combined 95-11 record in four seasons, including a perfect 27-0 record as a senior ... Team put together a 44-game winning streak and compiled 66 straight wins against teams from Iowa ... Also helped her AAU team to five state championships ... Lettered in softball one season ... Member of the FCA and also volunteered with Special Olympics.
Personal Daughter of Mark and Rosemary Voss, Kristina Marie was born Sept. 8, 1986, in Des Moines, Iowa ... Has two older sisters, Holly (33) and Jenny (31) ... Holly was an All-American softball player at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, while Jenny was an All-American softball player at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ... Enjoys talking, shopping and hanging out with friends and family ... Athletes she admires most are her sisters Holly and Jenny ... Nicknames include Vossy, Vosser and Stina ... Voted as one of Ankeny, Iowa’s Top 50 athletes in history by the Ankeny Press Citizen, as she was ranked 28th by the readers ... Elementary education major ... Lists teaching and coaching as her career ambitions.