--3rd Team NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Region ... 2nd Team All-ACC ... 2nd Team VaSID All-State ... Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team. 2003
--MVP of the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic.
AT VIRGINIA: Career--Enters the 2005 season with 20 career assists, seventh most in school history. 2004--Started all 22 games ... had three goals and ten assists ... had an assist in first six games of the season ... had a goal and two assists vs. George Mason ... scored a goal against Clemson ... scored a goal vs. James Madison in NCAA Tournament. 2003--Started first 13 games of the season before suffering ACL injury vs. Wake Forest that ended her season ... tied a career-high with five shots vs. West Virginia ... had an assist vs. William & Mary, USC, and Florida State ... scored a goal vs. Santa Clara ... had a career-high three assists and five points at NC State. 2002--Appeared in 21 games, starting two ... third on team in points with 16 ... scored goals in her first two collegiate games ... scored game-winning golden goal at William & Mary ... had a career high two assists and four points vs. Temple.
PREP & PERSONAL: A four-year letterwinner at Watkins Mill High School ... finished her high school career with 85 goals and 39 assists ... four-year member of the U.S. National Olympic Development Program ... attended National Camp in Portland, Ore., Chula Vista, Calif., and Kingston, R.I. ... member of the Region I ODP team in 1998 and the Maryland State ODP team in 1997 ... teammate of Kelly Hammond for Bethesda Fury Club team of the U-18 Premier League ... helped Fury to six regional finals and two regional championships ... two-time MVP for Maryland State Cup ... two-time Youth All-American and three-time All-South selection ... Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of Maryland as a senior ... a four-time first-team All-Metro Washington Post selection, the first student-athlete ever to achieve such distinction ... four-time All-State MSYSA ... named co-Player of the Year by the Montgomery County Gazette newspaper as a freshman, Player of the Year as a senior and Offensive Player of the Year as a junior ... set a high school single-season scoring record at Watkins Mill as a freshman with 35 goals ... also set an individual game record with five goals in a game as a freshman ... both records still stand as Montgomery County Public High School single-game records ... a four-year member of the Honor Roll ... winner of the 1998 Presidential Achievement Award ... active in the Best Buddies Program and also served as a volunteer youth soccer coach ... full name is Noelle Dominique Keselica ... born Aug. 6, 1984, in South Kingston, R.I. ... daughter of Diana Taylor and Michael Keselica ... has an older sister, Nicole ... father played soccer at the University of Rhode Island.
Keselica's Career Statistics