|High School:||Durham Academy|
2010 team captain
2009: Followed up her stellar first season with a solid sophomore campaign, earning All-Southern Conference Second Team honors … started 19 matches and posted a 0.80 goals against average, the third-best mark in single-season school history … made 64 saves and turned in eight shutouts, the sixth-best mark in school history … put together an .810 save percentage … logged 1,679 minutes in the net … matched her win total from 2008 with a 13-6 mark as the keeper of record … four of her six losses on the season came against teams that were either ranked at the time or appeared in the rankings later in the season … blanked then-No. 11 Duke on Aug. 28, 1-0, with a season-high nine saves … allowed just one goal each to then-No. 1 North Carolina (8/30) and then-No. 4 Stanford (9/4) … had eight saves against the Tar Heels and Duquesne (9/13) …was named one of CollegeSoccer360’s Primetime Performers for her efforts against Duke and North Carolina at the Carolina Nike Classic … missed the Southern Conference tournament with a knee injury … finished the season as UNCG’s career leader in goals against average with a 0.64 mark and tied for fourth in career shutouts with 19 … was an Academic All-Southern Conference selection.
2008: Earned spots on the All-Southern Conference First Team, the SoCon All-Freshman Team and the SoCon All-Tournament Team … was also a North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association All-State pick … appeared in 19 games with 18 starts … went 13-2-3 as a starter, compiling a school-record and SoCon-best 0.48 goals against average, which ranked eighth in the nation … allowed just nine goals in 1,682:34 of work … posted 11 shutouts, one shy of the school record and the most in the SoCon on the year … made 63 saves, the 14th-best mark in school history … turned in an .875 save percentage, the sixth-best mark in NCAA Division I … recorded six straight shutouts in a school-record streak of 647 consecutive scoreless minutes from Sept. 19-Oct. 19 … blanked No. 15 Santa Clara 1-0 on Sept. 12 in just her second career start, making five saves … her two losses came in back-to-back games against ranked opponents, a 2-0 setback at No. 3 Stanford on Sept. 14 and a 3-0 loss at No. 14 Wake Forest on Sept. 19 … made a season-high 10 saves against the Cardinal … was a two-time SoCon Player of the Week, taking the award on Sept. 16 and Oct. 14 … posted a pair of shutouts in the SoCon tournament, with both going to penalty kicks after neither side could score in regulation or overtime … stopped a pair of penalty kicks to help UNCG advance past Furman on Nov. 7 and saved another in the title game against Western Carolina on Nov. 9.
High school: A five-year letter winner for the Durham Academy Cavaliers … named to the All-Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference team as a junior and senior … the Cavaliers earned back-to-back conference championships and an appearance in the state finals in 2006 … was a 2008 all-state performer for Durham Academy … played her travel ball with the Triangle Futbol Club … helped lead her team to the 2008 USL Super Y U-20 North American Championship, making two saves in the penalty kick portion of the match, and a title repeat in 2009 … also helped Triangle win the 2007 NCYSA State Cup championship, the 2007 Washington Area Girls Soccer Tournament finals and the 2006 Orange Classic Championship … played travel ball with fellow UNCG sophomore Kimberly Murphy … also played basketball and tennis in high school and was selected as an all-conference honoree in 2006 and 2007 for basketball while also winning the Coach’s Award during her one year on the tennis courts for the Cavaliers.
Personal: Kelsey McBane Kearney … born Feb. 25, 1990, in Durham, N.C. … daughter of Philip and Connie Kearney … has a younger sister, Sarah … majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in fitness leadership.