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Kelsey Andersen

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
West Long Branch, N.J.

High School:
Shore Regional

Position:
Goalkeeper

Major:
Biology

Kelsey Andersen

05/28/2009

A Year in Pictures 2008-09

A Year in Picture 2008-09

04/21/2009

Lafayette and Boys and Girls Club Free Field Hockey Clinic

The Leopards put on three free field hockey clinics with the Boys and Girls Club throughout April.

2009: Selected as Third Team Longstreth/NFHCA All-America...started all 20 games in goal...ranked fifth in the nation for goals-against average (1.14) and shutouts (eight) and ranked 15th in save percentage (.782)...named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year...named to Patriot League First-Team and Longstreth/NFHCA Mid-East All-Region First-Team......named ECAC Player of the Week (9/22) after a 1-0 win in overtime against No. 21 Penn State (9/16), a 4-3 win over Pacific (9/17) and a 2-0 shutout against Quinnipiac (9/20)...one of Lafayette's 11 student-athletes named to the Patriot League Honor Roll...recorded nine saves in a 3-0 win at West Chester (10/11)...made five saves in the 2-0 loss to American (11/7) in the championship game. 2008: Ranked first in the Patriot League for shutouts (six) and goals against average (1.38)... ranked 12th in the nation for shutouts per game (.32) while goals against average (1.38) placed 14th...named to NFHCA's Division I National Academic Squad...one of Lafayette's league-high 17 student-athletes named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week (9/8) after making five saves against Quinnipiac (9/7) and allowing just one goal...recorded first shutout of season in 2-0 victory over Penn (9/17) and another shutout a week later against Monmouth...snagged a career-high nine saves against No. 14 Penn State (10/1)...froze out consecutive league opponents in a 1-0 win at Holy Cross (10/11) and 2-0 win at Lehigh (10/18)...awarded second Patriot League weekly honor (11/3) and was dubbed ECAC Goalkeeper of the Week (11/5) after securing two shutout victories over West Chester (10/29) and Colgate (11/1). 2007: Started in nine of 13 games played...started first collegiate game against Lehigh (10/6) and recorded one save...made four saves against No. 9 Penn State (10/10)...helped Leopards to a penalty stroke victory over Georgetown (10/14)...received Patriot League and ECAC Goalkeeper of the Week honors after recording back-to-back shutouts, making seven combined saves against Rider (10/17) and Colgate (10/20)...made a season-high seven saves against Lehigh (11/2) in Patriot League Tournament semifinals for her third shutout of the year...made two saves in 3-1 loss to American (11/3) in the championship game.

Year	GP-GS	GA	Avg.	Sv	Pct.
2007	13-9	14	1.83	27	.659
2008	19-19	27	1.38	59	.686
2009	20-20	19	1.14	68	.782
Total	52-48	60	1.44	154	.734
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