Rebels Drop First Overtime Game In Regular-Season Finale
CAREER: Finished her career as the school record holder in wins (42), saves (297), minutes played in goal (6,839) and tied for first in shutout victories (22) ... Finished fifth in the school record book for goals against average (1.25) ... Twice named to the SEC Community Service Team ...
2014: Named to the SEC Community Service team for the second consecutive season ... Started all 19 matches in goal to extend her streak to 72 consecutive games started dating back to her freshman season ... Posted five shutout victories on the season ... Shutout Iowa State (8/24), Austin Peay (9/12), Middle Tennessee (9/14), Mississippi State (9/19) and Alabama (10/5) ... Played 1,831 minutes in goal, all but nine minutes of the season ... Posted an 8-6-5 record as she tallied 72 saves and allowed 27 goals for a 1.33 goal against average ... Scored her first career goal on a penalty kick against Iowa State (8/24), hitting the game-winner and posting a shutout ... Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week that opening week after leading the Rebels to a 1-1 draw against Georgia (8/22) that same weekend ...
2013: Named to the SEC Community Service Team for her outreach efforts in the Ole Miss and Oxford communities ... Started all 24 matches in goal for the Rebels, tallying 2,111 minutes in goal ... Played the full-time in goal in 19 outings ... Posted 10 shutout victories on the season, including four against SEC opponents ... Posted a 16-6-2 record on the season, becoming the all-time win leader for a goalkeeper at Ole Miss with 34Posted a season-high eight saves at No. 19 Texas A&M in a 2-1 loss with the game-winning goal being surrendered on a PK with less than five minutes remaining in the match ... Posted 79 saves on the season and a 1.02 goal against average ... Saved her only PK of the season against Memphis (9/15) to preserve a shutout for the Rebels ...
2012: Started all 22 games in goal for the Rebels and played 1951:39 minutes ... Posted eight shutout victories on the season, including seven solo shutouts ... Combined for a shutout of UALR (8/31) ... Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week in consecutive weeks (8/27 and 9/3) with four straight shutout victories over Troy, UL-Lafayette, UALR and Texas Tech ... Posted a stretch of 483 minutes without allowing a goal during that time to set a school record ... Turned in one of her best performances with a solo shutout of Alabama (9/23) on the road, posting a season-high eight saves, including a penalty kick in the 1-0 Rebel win ... Posted 85 saves on the season while allowing 27 goals (1.25 GAA) ... Tallied two assists on the year, one on the game-winning goal at Middle Tennessee (8/19) and one in the win over Texas Tech (9/2) ... Also posted a shutout with four saves in the SEC Tournament against LSU (10/29) as the Rebels advanced to the quarterfinals ...
2011: Played in 12 games with nine starts ... Ended the year with three solo shutouts against Alabama, Vanderbilt and Mississippi State... Recoded a team-best 61 saves ... Allowed 17 goals in 944:51 minutes played (1.62 GAA) ... Ended the season with a 5-5 record ... made a career high-10 saves against UAB ... Recorded at least five saves in seven games during the season ... Made just one save in four games ... Ended the year fifth in the SEC in save percentage (.782), ninth in saves (61) and 10th in shutouts (3).
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Dana Hills High School in Dana Point, Calif. ... Four-year varsity starter and a three-year team captain ... Earned numerous awards and honors including Rookie of the Year, Most Inspirational, All-League Team 2, MVP and All-League Team 1... Ran cross country as a freshman and sophomore ... Lettered in track and field in 2010 and was the league champion in the pole vault ... Is second on the all-time list for pole vaulting ... Earned numerous academic accolades including being named a four-year scholar athlete and a four-year member of the Principal's honor roll ... Graduated with Academic Distinction ... Earned a spot on the school's "Wall of Fame" for earning six varsity letters in two sports and two All-League titles.
CLUB: Played club for the highly-competitive So. Cal Blues ... Team was ranked as the No. 1 team by National Soccer Rankings, TopDrawer and GotSoccer ... Played for the So. Cal. Blues for nine years and led her team to five-consecutive Surf Cup Championships ...also led her team to a U.S. Youth U-17 National Championship in 2010, a U.S. Youth U-16 Bronze National Championship and a U.S. Youth U-15 Silver National Championship.
PERSONAL: Born Aug. 25, 1992 ... Full name is Kelly Heid McCormick ... Daughter of Robert and Charlotte McCormick ... Has two older siblings, Katelyn, who swam for Saint Louis University, and Brandon ... Niece of past Ole Miss President of the Alumni (2007-08), David and Susan McCormick ... Has participated in numerous community service events including volunteering at a veterinary hospital, a mentorship program for the mentally challenged and a program for the homeless.
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