|Hometown:||Santa Barbara, Calif.|
|High School:||San Marcos|
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014-2015): (XC) Took 30th place at the season-opening USF Invitational by running 19:33.4 in the women's 5k race ... finished with a time of 23:12.8 in the women's 6k at the West Coast Conference Preview Meet ... ran the women's 6k at the Stanford Invitational in 23:45 ... posted a time of 19:22.66 in the women's 5k at the Montana Invitational ... finished with a time of 22:39.9 in the women's 6k invitational at the Bronco Invitational ... finished with a personal best 6k time of 22:07.6 at the West Coast Conference championships ... closed out the season with a 6k time of 24:27 at the NCAA West Region Championships.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013-2014): (XC) Ran 19:52.4 at the Santa Clara vs. Saint Mary’s 5k Dual Meet … finished the Pepperdine Invitational with a 6k time of 24:20.9 ... ran a 24:23.8 at the 6k Bronco Invitational.
(TRACK) Began the season with a pair of races at the Kim Duyst Invitational; 4X400m relay team posted a time of 4:18.71, individially ran the 1500m in 5:03.8 ... posted a 1500m time of 4:53.66 at the Aggie Open ... finished the 1500m race at the Johnny Mathis Invitational in 4:50.6 ... ran the 1500m race at the SF State Distance Carnival in 4:54.55 ... posted a 1500m time of 4:53.57 at the Bryan Clay Invitational ... finished the 1500m race at the Brutus Hamilton Open with a time of 5:03.71 ... ran the 800m race in 2:23.24 and the 1500m race in 4:51.91 at the West Coast Last Chance Open.
COLLEGE PERSONAL BESTS
Cross Country: 5k - 19:22.66 (2014 Montana Invitational) ... 6k - 22:07.5 (2014 West Coast Conference Championships).
Track: 800m - 2:23.24 (2014 West Coast Last Chance Open) ... 1500m - 4:50.6 (2014 Johnny Mathis Invitational).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2013 from San Marcos in Santa Barbara, Calif. ... high school coach was Kevin Chindlund ... personal bests: 800m: 2:26.36; 1500m: 4:57.95; and 1600m 5:13.08.
COACH MONTORO ON KUEHN: "Kaitlyn improved a great deal her senior year and showed that with some consistent training under her belt she could be a very effective runner at this level. Pete and I are looking forward to seeing her develop."