1 - Kelcee Mai
Kelcee Mai
Height: 5-9
Year: Sr
Hometown: McHenry, Ill.
High School: McHenry HS
Position: GK
Major: Social Work

AS A SENIOR (2011)
Competed in four matches…Made two starts in net…Registered 162 minutes in net…Compiled three saves…Posted 2-0 record.

AS A JUNIOR (2010)
Mai competed in five games...Made three starts...Tallied 322 minutes of action in goal...Posted a 3-0 record for the season...Secured two shutouts...Registered a 0.28 Goals Against Average...Made season-high five saves against Queens (09/10/10)...Secured 11 saves on 23 shots faced...With Mai in goal, the Lions outscored their oppoents, 19-6.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009)
Mai played a total of four games as a sophomore…She started four games for the Lions posting 1.82 goals-against-average…She made seven saves and won a career-best three games in goal…The keeper played in a total of 197:38 minutes…She also made four appearances outside the net and registered two shots on goal.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008)
Mai played in a total of seven games during her freshman season…She made three appearances in goal and started one game…The keeper made three appearances outside the net, as well, totaling 14 minutes of action against three non-conference opponents…In goal, Mai accumulated 161:39 of action…In her one start of the season against Webber (9/10/08), she allowed only one goal on seven shots faced and made a career-high three saves…She concluded the season with a 1-0 record, a 1.11 GAA and made three saves.

CAREER
In 2004, named All-Conference and All-Area honorable mention…In 2005, she was named to the All-Conference team and All-County First team…Her senior year was capped off with an All-Conference selection while being named all area second team...She was named Northwest Herald player of the week once.

PERSONAL
Born November 22 in McHenry, Ill...Social Work major…Her career goals are to work for a world-wide aid organization and also coach soccer…Lists her positive attitude and desire to win as her best assets to the team…Names her Hope Solo as her favorite athlete…She choose Saint Leo because of the strong family feeling of the women’s soccer team, the academics and the beautiful campus…Daughter of Steve and Lorie Mai…Has one brother, Kyle....Her father Steve played baseball and football at Baker University, while her brother, Kyle, plays soccer and football at Concordia University-Wisconsin.