13 Kelly Conheeney
    • Position
    • Class
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    • Club Team
    • Hometown
    • Midfielder
    • r-Senior
    • 5' 5"
    • Ridgewood
    • Montclair Aristocrats
    • Ridgewood, N.J.
    STATS
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    YearGP-GSGAPTSSHSHOT%SOGSOG%YC-RCGWPK-ATT
    200924-24932161.14824.3930-040-0
    201021-215122246.10919.4130-030-0
    201123-231263064.18835.5470-071-2
    20124-402214.0004.2860-000-0
    20130-00000.0000.0000-000-0
    Career72-72262375185.14182.4430-0141-2

    Updated: December 10, 2012

    General: Holds the single-season record of 12 assists set in 2010 ... Became Tech's all-time leader in career points and game-winning goals with 75 and 14, respectively, as a junior ... First woman soccer player to record 20 goals and 20 assists at Tech ... Sits tied for first all-time in multi-goal games with five ... Ranks second all-time in assists with 23 ... Third all-time in goals with 26 and shots with 185.

    2012: Played in the first four games, before sitting out the rest of the season due to injury ... Recorded two shots against Iowa State ... Assisted the final two goals in the 3-2 overtime win at Nebraska ... Took five shots with two on goal in the win against the Richmond Spiders ... Fired three shots with one on goal in the season opener against UNC Wilmington.

    2011: Started all 23 games this season … Named team's Most Valuable co-Player of the Year ... Was placed on the VaSID All-State first team ... Named to the 2011 NCAA All-Southeast second team … Earned a spot on the 2011 All-ACC second team … Was named on of the CollegeSoccer360.com’s Primetime Performers of the Week on Nov. 15 and Aug. 23 … Finished the year leading the squad in points (30), goals (12), shots (64) and game-winning goals (7) … Scored the game-winning goal against then-No. 17 Texas A&M to advance the Hokies to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament … Scored the game-winning goal in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against then-No. 9 West Virginia … Scored her first ACC goal of the season to upset then-No. 8 North Carolina … Assisted all three goals against Clemson … Connected on the first goal against Appalachian State to help lead the Hokies to a 4-0 victory … Scored one of the three goals against Loyola … Found the back of the net against Nebraska … Recorded multi-goal games, scoring twice, against Campbell, Elon and UNC Greensboro … Charted a career-high seven shots against Campbell … Matched her season-high four shots on frame against Miami … Recorded six shots against Connecticut … Found the back of the net off her first penalty kick in the season opener against UNC Greensboro.

    2010: Started all 21 games for the Hokies … Was named to the VaSID All-State Second Team for the second consecutive year ... Finished the year leading the squad in points (21), assists (11) and game-winning goals (3) … Took three shots against Dayton in the NCAA Tournament … Recorded two assists against North Carolina in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals … Assisted a goal and scored one of her own against NC State … Tallied two assists at Clemson … Tooktwo shots against then-No. 19 Wake Forest … Charted two shots and assisted the game-winning goal against then-No. 7 Maryland … Assisted two goals against James Madison … Tallied five shots, four on goal, while also scoring the second overtime game-winner of her career against Vanderbilt … Recorded an assist against Kentucky … Assisted a goal at then-No. 9 Texas A&M … Tallied her second career multi-goal game in the home opener against American with two scores … Opened the season with a goal and assist at Elon ... Attended both the U-20 and U-23 National Camps.

    2009: Started all 24 games in her collegiate premiere … Finished the season tied for second on the team in scoring with nine goals while also tallying four game-winners and three multi-point games … Her 2009 totals rank her eighth in points, sixth in goals and sixth in shots on the school’s single-season lists … Scored her first NCAA Tournament goal against Dayton … Allowed the Hokies to advance to the second round of the ACC Tournament after scoring the game-winning goal in overtime against then-No. 10 Wake Forest … Named Tech Athlete of the Week after her late heroics against Wake… Scored a goal and assisted another in less than five minutes against then-No. 5 Wake Forest … Tallied her only multi-goal game of the season, netting two against Davidson … Assisted two goals and scored one of her own against UNC Greensboro … Scored the team’s first goal of the season in the home opener against High Point … Named to the Soccer America All-Freshman second team … Earned ACC All-Freshman and All-ACC Tournament team honors … Named to the All-State second team by VaSID.

    High School: Was a four-year letterwinner at Ridgewood … Served as team captain as a junior and senior … Named Bergen County Player of the Year as a senior … Earned First Team All-State, County, and League honors after her final season … Helped the Montclair Aristocats win three state championships … A member of the N.J. ODP team that won a national championship in 2007 and was a national finalist in 2008 … Played on the ODP Region I team that played at the 2009 Kuban Spring Tournament in Krasnodar, Russia against U19 national teams from Russia, Ukraine, Estonia and Poland … Was a member of the U15 Super Y national team.

    Personal: Born Jan. 24, 1991 in Ridgewood, N.J. … Daughter of Debbie and John Conheeney … Has three siblings: Johnny, Megan and Lauren … A communications major.

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