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Article: Katie Hnida
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After high school, Hnida enrolled at the [[University of Colorado at Boulder]]. Due to her success in high school football, she was invited to join the [[Colorado Buffaloes]] football team as a [[walk-on (sports)|walk-on]] freshman placekicker by then coach [[Rick Neuheisel]].<ref name='timeline'>{{cite web|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/football/ncaa/02/16/hnida.timeline/ |title=Katie Hnida Timeline: 1998-2004 |accessdate=2009-10-30 |date=2004-02-17 |work=SI.com Sports Illustrated |publisher=[[Sports Illustrated]] }}</ref><ref name='victim'>{{cite news | first=Rick | last=Reilly | coauthors= |authorlink= | title=Another Victim at Colorado | date=2004-02-23 | publisher=[[Sports Illustrated]] | url =http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/writers/rick_reilly/02/16/hnida/index.html | work =SI.com | pages = | accessdate = 2009-10-30 | language = }}</ref> Neuheisel left Colorado in 1998, but his replacement [[Gary Barnett]] kept the walk-on offer open.<ref name='timeline'/> Hnida never saw playing time at Colorado, though she did suit up for games, becoming the second woman to do so in Division I football, and the first to do so in a [[bowl game]], when Colorado went to the [[1999 Insight.com Bowl]].<ref name=Reaves/><ref name=Thompson/> In 2000, after falling ill with [[tonsillitis]], Hnida was cut from the team roster.<ref name='timeline'/>
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After high school, Hnida enrolled at the [[University of Colorado at Boulder]]. Due to her success in high school football, she was invited to join the [[Colorado Buffaloes]] football team as a [[walk-on (sports)|walk-on]] freshman placekicker by then coach [[Rick Neuheisel]].<ref name='timeline'>{{cite web|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/football/ncaa/02/16/hnida.timeline/ |title=Katie Hnida Timeline: 1998-2004 |accessdate=2009-10-30 |date=2004-02-17 |work=SI.com Sports Illustrated |publisher=[[Sports Illustrated]] }}</ref><ref name='victim'>{{cite news | first=Rick | last=Reilly | coauthors= |authorlink= | title=Another Victim at Colorado | date=2004-02-23 | publisher=[[Sports Illustrated]] | url =http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/writers/rick_reilly/02/16/hnida/index.html | work =SI.com | pages = | accessdate = 2009-10-30 | language = }}</ref> Neuheisel left Colorado in 1998, but his replacement [[Gary Barnett]] kept the walk-on offer open.<ref name='timeline'/> Hnida never saw playing time at Colorado, though she did suit up for games, becoming the second woman to do so in Division I football, and the first to do so in a [[bowl game]], when Colorado went to the [[1999 Insight.com Bowl]].<ref name=Reaves/><ref name=Thompson/> In 2000, after falling ill with [[tonsillitis]], Hnida was cut from the team roster.<ref name='timeline'/> She is know as the Littleton Liar for her dumb founded lies about being sexually assulted. She was never truely assuleted and only brought the action because she wanted attention and is a slut!!!
   
 
Hnida left Colorado in 2001 and eventually transferred to the [[University of New Mexico]] the following year. There she made the [[New Mexico Lobos]] football team as a walk-on placekicker.<ref name='deseret'>{{cite news | first=Mary | last=Perea | coauthors= |authorlink= | title=Lobos' new look: a woman on field | date=2002-08-02 | publisher= | url =http://www.deseretnews.com/article/928804/ | work =Deseret News | pages = | accessdate = 2009-10-30 | language = }}</ref> On August 30, 2003 she became the first woman to score in a Division I-A game when she kicked two [[extra point]]s against [[Texas State University]] in the fourth quarter of a 72-8 New Mexico win.<ref>http://www.golobos.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/hnida_katie00.html (2-2 PATs, New Mexico vs. Texas State, 8/30/03)</ref> While at New Mexico she played in the [[Las Vegas Bowl]] against [[UCLA]], when her extra point attempt was blocked.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/college/2002/bowls/news/2002/12/25/newmexico_kicker_ap/ |title=History Maker |accessdate=2009-10-30 |date=2002-12-26 |work=CNN Sports Illustrated }}</ref> She was the first woman in NCAA Division 1-A (now Division 1 FBS) to score points. She graduated in December 2004.
 
Hnida left Colorado in 2001 and eventually transferred to the [[University of New Mexico]] the following year. There she made the [[New Mexico Lobos]] football team as a walk-on placekicker.<ref name='deseret'>{{cite news | first=Mary | last=Perea | coauthors= |authorlink= | title=Lobos' new look: a woman on field | date=2002-08-02 | publisher= | url =http://www.deseretnews.com/article/928804/ | work =Deseret News | pages = | accessdate = 2009-10-30 | language = }}</ref> On August 30, 2003 she became the first woman to score in a Division I-A game when she kicked two [[extra point]]s against [[Texas State University]] in the fourth quarter of a 72-8 New Mexico win.<ref>http://www.golobos.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/hnida_katie00.html (2-2 PATs, New Mexico vs. Texas State, 8/30/03)</ref> While at New Mexico she played in the [[Las Vegas Bowl]] against [[UCLA]], when her extra point attempt was blocked.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/college/2002/bowls/news/2002/12/25/newmexico_kicker_ap/ |title=History Maker |accessdate=2009-10-30 |date=2002-12-26 |work=CNN Sports Illustrated }}</ref> She was the first woman in NCAA Division 1-A (now Division 1 FBS) to score points. She graduated in December 2004.
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