|10 Kellie Oberholtzer
2010: Played in 16 matches and started 15 ... Took a career-high 13 shots which ranked fourth on the team ... Had three shots on goal ... Also added on assist.
2009:Tallied first assist of the season against East Tennessee on Aug. 28 ... Managed an assist at Wofford on Oct. 25 and against Appalachian State on Oct. 30 ... Recorded a season-high three shots at Samford on Oct. 2 and against Appalachian State on Oct. 30 ... Played in 1,163 minutes of action and in all 19 games, started in 10 ... Has eight career assists and is one shy of hitting the top-10 mark.
2008: Played in 19 matches, starting nine during her sophomore season ... Earned an assist in the 2-1 win against Sacred Heart (9/14) and another helper in the 6-0 victory against The Citadel (9/26) ... Scored her first collegiate goal against rival Appalachian State in a 3-2 victory (10/30) ... Finished the season with six shots with two being on goal for a .333 shot percentage.
2007: Appeared in 17 matches during her freshman campaign, starting three... Made first career start against East Tennessee State, in which she took her first career shots... Finished the season with three assists, good for second-most on the team... Took four shots for the year, two of which were on goal.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Nashua High School ... As a senior, First Team All-State and also voted Team Captain ... Second Team All-State as a junior and Honorable Mention as a sophomore ... Two-time Nashua Telegraph Second Team All-State ... Named Gatorade Player of the Week by Soccer Plus in 2005.
Personal: Full name is Kellie Theresa Oberholtzer ... Daughter of Raymond and Joyce Oberholtzer ... Has two sisters, Lauren and Krista ... Sister Lauren played soccer at Plymouth State College.