Granted a sixth year of eligibility for medical hardship by the NCAA ... Ranks in a tie for third on the UM career goal list and tied for fifth in total points.
2005 (SENIOR SEASON): Played in 19 games, starting 10 ... Recorded two goals on the season, both game-winners (vs. Kent State and vs. Charlotte) ... Totaled 15 shots taken for the season, including eight on-goal ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made UMAA Honor Roll for Fall.
2004 (JUNIOR SEASON): Started 20-of-21 games played ... Ranked second on team and tied for sixth in the SEC in goals (8) and eighth in points (21) ... Three game-winning goals tied for first on the team and fourth in the conference ... In league play, led team and tied for seventh in SEC in points with 10 (three goals and four assists) ... Four assists in conference play tied for fifth-best in the SEC ... Led team in total points in league action with 10 ... Three multiple-goal performances, running her career total to nine ... Career-high five assists ... Named to SEC All-Tournament team ... Scored two goals in Rebels' 3-0 first-round win over No. 9 Auburn, the tourney host ... Two goals against Arkansas ... Goal and two assists vs. Kentucky ... Two assists against Georgia ... Netted game-winner in 1-0 road victory at Charlotte ... Season-high five total points (two goals and an assist) vs. Middle Tennessee ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made UMAA Honor Roll for Fall and Spring.
2003 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her right leg in the second match of the season against Memphis and missed the remainder of the campaign ... Started first two games ... Posted two goals and an assist in the season opener vs. South Alabama; It marked her sixth career multiple-goal performance ... Earned SEC Academic Honor Roll distinction ... UMAA Honor Roll for Fall and Spring.
2002 (FRESHMAN SEASON): First Rebel to be named SEC Freshman of the Year and Freshman All-America first team (Soccer Buzz) ... Chosen All-SEC first team and All-Central Region second team (NSCAA and Soccer Buzz) ... Started all 20 games at forward ... Topped SEC in points (16) and goals (8) in league games and second in the conference in points (39) and goals (18) overall ... 17th in the nation in goals per game (0.90) and 22nd in points per game (1.95) ... Scored game-winner in nine of the 13 UM victories ... 18 overall goals is the second-highest single-season total in school history ... Five multiple-goal performances, including her first career hat trick at Colorado ... Two goals vs. Marshall in first collegiate match en route to earning tournament MVP honors at the Ole Miss Invitational ... SEC Academic Honor Roll selection ... Made UMAA Honor Roll for Fall.
2001 (REDSHIRT SEASON): Redshirted ... Missed season with a torn left ACL ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll for the Fall ... Saw first action with the Rebels in spring 2002 and was second on the team in goals with eight, including a pair of two-goal performances.
HIGH SCHOOL: Led Carmel High School to the 2000 IHSAA State Championship ... Selected to the 2000 Indiana Super Team and All-State first team ... Helped Carmel to a No. 1 national ranking in 2000.
CLUB TEAM: Led Carmel Cosmos II to the state championship 1994-2001 ... Team was the 2000 USYSA National Runner-up and the Region II Champion ... Named Indiana State MVP in 1995 and 2000.
PERSONAL: Born June 23, 1983 ... Full name is Kelly Elise Renie ... Daughter of Joe and Deb Renie ... Majoring in Criminal Justice.
Shots7 (vs. Samford, 9-27-02)
Goals3 (vs. Colorado, 9-15-02)
Assists2 (vs. Georgia State, 9-1-02)
Points6 (vs. Colorado, 9-15-02)