4 Kellie Joyce
4 Kellie Joyce
Height: 5-7
Year: So.
Hometown: South Pomfret, Vt.
High School: Kimball Union Academy
Position: M

 Collegiate accolades

• America East All-Conference Second Team

• NFHCA All-Academic Squad (2011)

• America East Academic Honor Roll (2011)

• America East All-Rookie Team (2011)

2012 | Stats | Photos

Started all 20 games, including both America East tournament games

• Recorded five goals and seven assists for 17 points

• Second on the team in game-winning goals (three) and tied for second in assists

• Tied for fourth in goals, and ranked fifth in points as well as third in shots (41)

• 25 of her 41 shots (61.0%) were on goal

• In the America East conference, ranked fourth in assists

• In conference-only games, ranked eighth in shots per game (2.80)

• Four-game point-scoring streak spanning Aug. 31–Sept. 14 (4g, 2a, 10pts)

• Career-high two goals and four points at Holy Cross (09/09)

• Personal best two assists at 20th-ranked Drexel (09/30)

• Tallied a goal and an assist in road games against Brown (08/31) and Dartmouth (10/28)

• Scored the game-winning overtime goal in the regular-season finale at Dartmouth

• Also scored the GWG at Brown and at Holy Cross

• One of two primary stick-stops on offensive penalty corners

• UNH was 6-2 when she recorded a point

As a freshman in 2011 | 2011 Stats
• Started all 22 games
• Recorded two goals and three assists for seven points
• Tallied an assist in the NCAA tourney game vs. eighth-ranked Michigan
• Recorded her first collegiate point with an assist in the second game of the season, Aug. 28 against Kent State
• Scored her first goal Sept. 16 at home vs. Holy Cross
• Tallied her other assist at nationally-ranked Louisville (Sept. 25)
• Scored a goal at nationally-ranked Albany in the final weekend of the regular season (Oct. 29)
• Played on both the offensive and defensive penalty corner units

USA field hockey
• Competed at the USA Junior National Championship in 2011

High School
• 2011 graduate of Kimball Union Academy, where she lettered in field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse
• National Futures Championship (five years)
• National Indoor Futures Championship (twice)
• AAU Jr. Olympics (three years)
• Tallied 15 goals and 15 assists as a senior in ‘10
• Regional All-America selection in 2009
• All-Lakes Region Team in ‘09
• Led KUA to a third consecutive NEPSAC Class C title in 2009 with 10 goals and 17 assists
• NEPSAC Select Team in ‘08 and ‘09
• All-Lakes Region Team honors in both ice hockey and lacrosse
• Member of five ice hockey state championship teams

• Born 4/8/93 in Weymouth, Mass.
• Daughter of Deane and Elizabeth Joyce
• Major is kinesiology: sport studies

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