Senior (2012-13): Kelley remained the long-range weapon for the Hornets in 2012-13…Connected on 19 three-pointers in limited action…Sits ninth in LC history in three-point field goals made.
Junior (2011-12): Played in 25 games this season including one start…took over as point-guard in several games…averaged 20.7 minutes per game…nailed 33 three-pointers, making her one of the deadliest three point shots on the team, ranked fourth in the ODAC in three-point percentage (37.9%)…registered 61 rebounds and dished out 59 assists…tallied 20 steals…scored 21 points against Virginia Wesleyan College in the ODAC Tournament.
Sophomore (2010-2011): Saw increased time during her sophomore campaign as a solid reserve for the Hornets…played in 17 games on the season, averaging 2.3 points per game, and connecting on 32.1% of her three point tries…had her best game of the season against cross town rival Randolph College scoring nine points and tallying four rebounds, seven assists, and three steals.
Freshman (2009-10): Was a nice rotation guard for the Hornets, filling important minutes at both the one and two spots . . . knocked down six three pointers on the season . . . played in 18 games, all as a reserve . . . dished out nine assists and had seven steals on the campaign . . . hit both of her three-ball attempts against Mt. Aloysius.
Before LC: Was a four-year letter winner and starter for the Wolverines and head coach David Baker . . . All-Area Honorable Mention as a junior . . . Dedication Award in her senior year, as she averaged 10 points, two boards, three assists that season . . . also starred on the track, running at the prestigious Penn Relays all four years.
Personal: Parents John and Karen Kelley . . . has two sisters . . . father, John, ran track and cross country at Villanova . . . journalism minor