Kelsie Maloney


Height: 5-2
Class: Sr.
Hometown: Harrisburg, Pa.
HS/Last School: Bishop McDevitt


2014 (Jr.)
  • Saw time in all 22 matches and started 10
  • Finished season with 10 points on three goals and four assists
  • Career showing in team’s comeback win against Missouri on Aug. 24, tallying four points, including the equalizer in the 62nd minute; also assisted on Kate Schwindel’s goals
  • Tallied game winner in team’s 2-0 victory at Texas on Sept. 28
  • Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 26)
2013 (So.)
  • Ranked No. 1 on team and No. 2 in the Big 12 with four game-winners
  • Ranked No. 3 on team and No. 6 in the Big 12 with six goals, a personal-best output
  • Four assists ranked No. 3 on the team and No. 9 in the Big 12
  • Finished season with 16 points, the third-best team output and No. 7 in the conference
  • Started all 23 matches on the frontline
  • Played 90 or more minutes four times
  • Tallied three points in Mountaineers’ season-opening 2-2 draw at No. 2 Penn State on Aug. 23, assisting on Frances Silva’s goal and scoring her first of the season on a header in the 69th minute
  • Netted game-winner at Oklahoma State on Sept. 27 for WVU’s first Big 12 victory of the season
  • CS360 Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll (Aug. 27)
2012 (Fr.)
  • Big 12 All-Newcomer Team
  • Appeared and started in 17 matches
  • Played a career-high 95 minutes in draw with No. 20 Baylor
  • Scored two goals and recorded three assists for seven points on the season
  • Scored first career goal at Purdue on Sept. 9
  • Tallied first career assist against Duquesne on Sept. 6
  • Attempted a career-high seven shots against Duquesne
High School
  • Three-time team captain at Bishop McDevitt High
  • ESPNHS State All-Star
  • TopDrawerSoccer.com Mid-Atlantic Regional Top 10 recruit
  • Totaled 165 goals and 56 assists in her career
  • Owns school record for career goals (165), and goals (49) and assists (18) in a single season
  • Two-time all-state selection
  • Four-time Patriot News Big 11 Selection
  • Three-time divisional player of year
  • Four-time Mid-Penn First Team All-Star
  • Three-time Mid-Penn leader in points
  • Led 2012 team to school’s first district championship
  • Played club for the Baltimore Bays
  • Five-time state cup champion (2006, 2008-11)
  • Member of 2007 Pennsylvania Strikers Region 1 championship team
  • Also a team captain and all-conference basketball player
  • Daughter of Terence and Tammy Maloney
  • One of four children
  • Birthday is September 11
  • Enrolled in multidisciplinary studies


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Sunday, September 13 2015