At Missouri State: Kalogerou brings leadership and the ability to organize the backline as a hard-nosed defender.
2012: Battling injury much of the season, Kalogerou saw action on 10 occasions. She received three starting assignments against North Dakota State (9/16), Creighton (10/14) and at Illinois State (10/21).
2011: Kalogerou appeared in all 19 matches, getting the starting nod six times. Her versatility saw her play midfield and defense for the Bears. She registered 14 shots on the season, placing four on net. Kalogerou had a career-high five shots in the season finale at Evansville (10/27).
2010: A first-year letterwinner, Kalogerou appeared in five matches in a reserve role.
Background: Kalogerou started every match in her four seasons at Edwardsville High. She was team captain her final three seasons while leading her team to regionals in those seasons, winning the regional championship her junior season. She was named to the all-conference third team her final season. She earned second-team all-conference as a junior and was named team MVP. Her sophomore campaign led to an all-conference third team selection. As a freshman, Kalogerou helped her team to a second-place finish in conference and an appearance in the super sectionals.
Personal: Kalogerou is the daughter of Craig and Lori Kalogerou and was born September 23, 1991. She is majoring in exercise and movement science at MSU.