11 - Colleen Kelly
Colleen Kelly
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Rochester, NY
High School: Webster Schroeder
Position: G
As a Junior in 2004-05: Played in 24 games, starting 20...Third on the team with 9.8 points per game...Slowed down by an injury which occurred in a game vs. Stony Brook on 12/29...Posted a career-high 28 points on 11-16 shooting at Army on 12/7...Poured in 21 points against Princeton on 1/28...Her NBA-range three with 1:43 left in a game against league champion Dartmouth on 2/25 gave the Bears the lead for good...Recorded 22 points, seven rebounds, five assists and two steals at FDU on 11/23...Named to the Binghamton Time Warner Classic's All-Tournament Team after scoring 19 points and dishing out a career-high eight assists in the first round of the tourney against Robert Morris on 11/27.

As a Sophomore in 2003-04: Played in 21 games, starting 18...Averaged 8.7 points per game, fifth for Brown...Pulled down 3.3 boards per game, fourth on the team...Led the Bears with 22 three-pointers...Recorded 1.7 steals per contest, third (tie) for Brown and ninth (tie) in the Ivy League...Shot a team-high 81.3% from the free throw line...Tied her career-high with 21 points against Illinois-Chicago on 11/26...Pulled down six rebounds in two different games...Posted six steals against Dartmouth on 2/27...Dished out five assists in the season-opener against Fairleigh Dickinson on 11/21...Tallied double-digits in seven games.

As a Freshman in 2002-03: Named to the Ivy League All-Rookie Team after finishing the season as the league leader in steals with 2.44 per game playing in all 27 games, starting 26 of them...Finished third on the team in scoring and 15th overall in the Ivy League with 10.7 points per game...Ranked first on the team and second in the league among rookies in scoring...Her 55 three point field goals set a Brown record for three's made in a season and were third in the league and first for the Bears on the season...Already ranks ninth in all-time three point field goals made at Brown... Averaged 4.1 rebounds per game, fourth on the team and 2.1 assists per game, third on the team...Had a season-high 21 points, including five three pointers, against Dartmouth on 2/8...Recorded a season-high seven steals, the third best in Brown history, in a 70-55 win over Yale on 1/25...Posted four steals on six different occasions throughout the season...Her .849 free throw percentage was the third best all-time in a season for Brown...Dished out a season-high six assists against Penn on 2/15...Pulled down a season-high 11 boards vs. Drake on 11/30...Led Brown with 20 points in its home-opener versus Fordham on 11/22.

High School: A graduate of Webster Schroeder High School...Five-year varsity letter winner in basketball...Four-year varsity letterwinner in softball...Three-year varsity letterwinner in soccer...Named a Wendy's High School Heisman Nominee...WHAM Female Athlete of the Year Finalist in 20001 and 2002...Two-year captain of the basketball team... Posted a career average of 18 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals for her career...Three-time All-Greater Rochester First Team selection in basketball...All-time leading scorer in Webster Basketball History...Four-time All-County and Monroe County Division I First Team selection...MVP of the Ronald McDonald All-Star basketball game...Played AAU basketball for the NY Panthers...2001 and 2002 Monroe County Player of the Year in softball...First Team All-State in softball her junior and senior years...Four-time Section V Class AA and A All-Tournament Team in softball.... Captained softball and soccer teams her senior year...Named Most Outstanding Goalkeeper in the NY State Tournament her junior year...Two-time All-County selection in soccer as a sophomore and junior...Member of the National Honor Society...Named to the High Honor Roll every semester.

Personal: Colleen Catherine Kelly is the daughter of Sean and Neilia Kelly...Has two sisters, Megan and Shauna ...Would like to be a Business Executive...Concentrating in Business Economics.

Career-Highs:
Points: 28, vs. Army (12/7/04)
Rebounds: 11, vs. Drake (11/30/02)
Assists: 8, vs. Robert Morris (11/27/04)
Steals: 7, vs. Yale (1/25/03)
Blocks: 2, vs. Lehigh (12/5/04)

2004-2005 Season Highs:
Points: 28, vs. Army (12/7)
Rebounds: 8, vs. Dartmouth (2/25)
Assists: 8, vs. Robert Morris (11/27)
Steals: 5, vs. Winthrop (12/4)
Blocks: 2, vs. Lehigh (12/5/04)