2011-12 (Senior Season): Participated in her second NCAA Championships as an individual in air rifle (also competing in 2010) ... GARC Air Rifle Second Team ... GARC Smallbore Honorable Mention ...Earned team MVP and Iron Gun awards ...Led the Rebels to a fourth place at the 2012 GARC Championships (Feb. 26) ...Recorded the top smallbore high kneeling score among all competitors at the GARC Championships ... Combined score of 1175 was the second highest among individuals at the GARC Championships ... Posted a team best air rifle season average of 588.53 and the second highest smallbore average on the squad (573.93) ... Contributed to the team score in both air rifle and smallbore in all 14 matches ... Produced a score of 590 or higher in air rifle in seven of the team's 14 matches ... Tied a career-best in air producing a 594 during the Rebels upset win over No. 4 Alaska-Fairbanks back on Oct. 5 ... Fired a career-best 584 in smallbore in the Rebels loss to No. 1 Kentucky (Oct. 21) ... Collegiate Coaches' Association Academic All-American ... Also named tot the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
2010-2011 (Junior Season): Led squad to a four th place finish at the 2011 GARC Championships (Feb. 27) ... Finished 16th at the GARC Championships with an aggregate total of 1158 ... Led team with a combined season average of 1157.7, and with a season average of 576.1 in the smallbore ... Posted the fourth highest season average on the team in the air rifle with a mark of 581.6 ... Contributed to the team score in both the air rifle and smallbore in all 14 meets ... Fired a career-best total of 582 in the smallbore against Kentucky (Jan. 22) ... Shot her season-best in the air rifle with a mark of 589 against West Virginia (Nov. 13) ... Named to the Chancellor's Honor Roll in the fall and the spring ... Named to the 2011 SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... Earned Collegiate Rifle Coaches' Association Academic All-American honors.
2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Fired a total of 690.7 in the air rifle to finished 7th at the 2010 NCAA Championships ... Led air rifle group with a total of 595 heading into the finals of the NCAA Championships ... Led the team with a smallbore average of 573 and an air rifle average of 584 ... Contributed to the team score in the air rifle and smallbore in 13-of-14 matches ... Posted the team-high score in the air rifle in seven matches and the team-best smallbore score in ten matches ... Finished third overall at the GARC Championship (Mar. 1) with a combined score of 1136 and earned All-GARC honors ... Fired a career-best mark of 594 in the air rifle at the GARC Championships ... Posted a career-high 581 in the smallbore to lead the Rebels at the NCAA Qualifier (Feb. 14) ... Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... Also named to the UMAA Honor Roll for the spring.... Earned Team MVP, Most Improved, Iron Gun and Most Dedicated honors.
2008-09 (Freshman Season): Fired a total of 775 in the air rifle to finished 10th at the 2009 U.S. Junior Olympics ... Led the team with a smallbore average of 569 ... Finished fifth on the team with an air rifle average of 576 ... Contributed to the team score in the smallbore in all 14 matches and posted the team-high score in eight matches ... Also contributed in the air rifle in 10 matches ... Fired a mark of 573 in the smallbore pace the Rebels at the GARC Championships (Mar. 1) ... Posted a career-best smallbore score of 576 at the Ole Miss Invitational (Oct. 12) ... Turned in team-best smallbore scores of 573 at Army (Oct. 17) and 574 vs. West Virginia (Oct. 19) ... Fired a career-best score of 585 in the air rifle vs. UTEP (Nov. 8) ... Led the squad with a 584 in the air rifle vs. Air Force and UTEP (Oct. 25) ... Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Also named to the University's Chancellor's Honor Roll for the spring.
High School: Graduated from Maranatha Christian Academy in Brooklyn Park, Minn. ... The 2007 Minnesota National Rifle Association smallbore and air rifle open champion and the 2008 State Junior Olympics smallbore champion ... Placed 14th in the smallbore at the 2008 U.S. Junior Olympics ... Four-time Minnesota state champion in the smallbore ... Took first place in air rifle at the 2003 National Guard Championship, becoming the youngest competitor ever to win the title ...Won the Daisy Air Rifle National Championships in 2006 and 2007 ... Finished seventh at the 2006 American Legion Precision Air Rifle Nationals ... A member of the National Honor Society and the National Honor Roll ... Named to Who's Who in American High School Students ... Coached in high school by Tim Cagney and Larry Sawyer ... Also participated in swimming.
Personal: Daughter of Greg and Adelaide Stankey ... Born September 24, 1989 ... Major is Nursing ... Full name is Keely Marie Stankey.
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