RILEY ON MAYS: "Kelsey has a quick step and all the characteristics of a good attacker. She is also a key element when redefending. Kelsey was a starter last season and should continue to contribute on the attack this season."
2004: Made an immediate impact by starting all 16 games on the attack ... Finished her rookie season ranked second on the team in assists (13), fourth in draw controls (22) and fifth in goals (16) ... Thirteen assists put her in seventh place in the Tech record book for single-season assists ... In her first collegiate start against No. 4 Georgetown, netted two goals ... Tallied two goals on two shots at Bucknell ... Grabbed four groundballs and four draws against the Bison ... Registered her first assist as a Hokie at Lafayette ... Netted two goals at No. 8 James Madison ... Registered a season-high five draws in near defeat of No. 13 Northwestern ... Three assists and four groundballs against Connecticut were both season-bests... Recorded four points at Longwood with two goals and two assists ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
High School: Excelled in three sports at Annapolis High ... Under lacrosse Coach Dave Gherdes, was first-team all-county by Capital, Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, House of Delegates and Anne Arundell ... Voted team's most valuable player ... Led the county in assists as a senior ... Was a member of the all-star rising senior team ... Played for Team Impact club for five years ... Voted the most valuable player on the soccer team ... Captained team as a senior ... Named to the senior all-star team ... Also ran track ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Recipient of the Presidential Academic Award and Maryland High School Certificate of Merit.
Personal: Kelsey Morgan Mays was born April 10, 1985 in Annapolis, Md. ... Daughter of Beth and John Mays ... Father graduated from Virginia Tech ... The middle sibling of five... Older sisters are Ashley and Shelby ... Younger siblings are Hailey and Grant ... Enrolled in university studies.