Kelly Druley Bio - Hawkeye Sports Official Athletic Site
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Kelly Druley
Kelly Druley

High School:
Falmouth High School



A 'Goalkeeper U' Reunion

The last 6 and current UI goalkeeper were at Grant Field on April 20

1999 as a Senior-- First team All-American...first team West Regional All-American...first team All-Big Ten...started all 22 games in goal for Iowa...led the Big Ten in save percentage (.875) and goals against average (.925) up only 19 goals this season and recorded 104 saves...recorded seven shutouts, including a 2-0 blanking of No. 2 Penn State on Sept. 26...recorded shutout over Ohio State in Big ten Tournament action...recorded 2-0 shutout of No. 8 North Carolina in the NCAA Regional...had a 19-3 record...Hockey Point's Division I Player of the Week September 20-27

1998 as a Junior-- Played three games in goal...recorded three saves and allowed three goals in 39 minutes...finished with a .500 save percentage and 5.385 goals-against-average...combined with Lisa Cellucci to record a 5-0 shutout against Towson (Sept. 12).

1997 as a Sophomore-- Recorded a team-best .875 save percentage in four games...allowed two goals in four games and recorded 14 saves.

1996 as a Freshman-- Played in first collegiate game on Aug. 30 against Southwest Missouri State...saw action in five games...gave up one goal and had a 0.750 save percentage.

High School-- Led Falmouth High to a conference championship in 1994 and 1995...captained her squad in 1995...was named to the 1995 All-City and All-Conference squads...named conference MVP in a senior was selected to the Boston Globe's Elite Six Team... The Boston Herald named her to the All-Scholastic squad...was an All-Star selection as chosen by the Cape Cod Times...also earned two letters as a guard on the Falmouth basketball team...played on the 1996 All-Star basketball team...earned three letters on the F.H.S softball squad...was a first-team All-City softball pick in 1995, and played on the All-Star softball team...also earned first team All-State softball laurels...was a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal-- Born April 27, 1978...daughter of Deborah and John Druley...attended Falmouth High School and was coach by Jane Norton.

Druley's Career Stats:
1996	5	3	1	.68	0-0	.750	103
1997	4	14	2	.99	0-0	.875	142
1998	3	3	3	5.39	0-0	.500	39
1999	22	104	19	.911	19-3	.846	1,460
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