16   Kelly Mullany
Kelly Mullany

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Naperville, IL

High School:
Neuqua Valley

Height:
5-9

Position:
M

Experience:
2L


2008: Started all 20 matches ... headed in the game-winning goal against Ohio (10/10/08) off a Lisa Maier corner kick ... assisted on Annie Wyer's goal against Bowling Green (9/26/08) ... tallied 12 shots on the season, including a season-high three at Kent State (10/19/08).

2007: Played in all 20 games and earned 16 starts ... Totaled five season points ... Had lone assist in 1-1 tie at DePaul (9-16) ... Scored goal against Central Michigan (10-26) ... Scored game winner and only goal in 1-0 victory over Western Michigan (11-1) ... Second highest goal scorer among team's sophomores.

2006: Scored two goals to total four points ... Started the first 17 games of her collegiate career before being sidelined by injury to end the season ... Registered first collegiate goal, the game-winning marker, in 1-0 triumph over Ohio (9-29) ... Scored the game's first goal in a 2-1 win against Miami (OH) (10-22).

High School: First Team all-conference and IHSSCA All-Sectional pick as a senior ... Scored 29 points on 13 goals and three assists as part of conference and state championship team that finished 24-2-1 during junior year ... Helped squad to conference championship and 23-3-1 record as sophomore ... Top varsity scorer with 32 points on 15 goals and two assists for conference titlist and IHSA Elite Eight qualifier that finished 21-3-3 as freshman ... Team won conference championship all four season during prep career ... Earned academic letter as a junior and senior and made Dean's List.

Personal: Played for America's Soccer Club for three years, a team that was ranked as high as second in state, sixth in region and 22nd in nation ... Also played for Team Chicago's Brazil Girls squad from 1994 through 2003, including the 2001 and 2002 state and regional titlists ... Parents are Bob and Lynne Mullany ... Nutrition major.

MULLANY'S CAREER STATISTICS

Season	MP-MS	G	A	Pts.
2006	18-17	2	0	4
2007	20-16	2	1	5
2008    20-20   1       1       3
Totals	58-53	5	2	12