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10 Kelly Quinn
Kelly  Quinn


Dublin, Ohio

High School:
Dublin Coffman



HONORS: 2005--ACC All-Freshman Team.

AT VIRGINIA: 2005--Played in all 25 games on the season, starting 17 ... made collegiate debut vs. Rhode Island and had a goal ... scored game-winning goal at James Madison ... had first career assist at Penn State ... assist vs. St. Bonaventure ... scored game-winner vs. Richmond ... scored OT golden goal vs. Clemson ... goal and assist at Virginia Tech ... assist vs. Liberty (NCAA).

PREP & PERSONAL: Three time NSCAA High School All-American ... two-time NSCAA Youth All-American ... two time Parade All-American ... three-time Gatorade and NSCAA Ohio Player of the Year ... former member of the United States U-17 National Team ... led Dublin Coffman to 2001 and 2003 State Championships ... member of Ohio Premier club team and helped it to four state championships ... member of ODP regional team ... named one of the top 25 recruits in 2005 by SoccerBuzz ... also played basketball in high school ... Kelly Katherine Quinn ... born May 3, 1987 in Columbus, Ohio ... daughter of Robin and Tyrone Quinn ... has an older sister, Laura, and an older brother, Brady ... Brady is an All-American quarterback at Notre Dame.

Quinn Career Statistics

Year GP/GS Minutes Shots Goals Assist Points
2005 25/17 1444 43 5 4 14
Career 25/17 1444 43 5 4 14


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