2010-11 Women's Soccer
Kelsey Latham
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Kelsey Latham
No.: 3
Pos.: D
Cl.: So.
Ht.: 5-7
Hometown (Last School): Littleton, Colo. (Chatfield)
Rosters: 2012-13 Women's Soccer
2011-12 Women's Soccer
2010-11 Women's Soccer
2009-10 Women's Soccer
2012: Played in 11 games, making one start … Had four shots on the season, three on target.

2011:  Played in only nine games due to injury coming off the bench as a defensive replacement...was apart of two shutouts...logged a season high 68 minutes against cross-town rival UNF in a 2-1 victory (10/21).  

2010: Appeared in 19 matches as a sophomore, including 18 starts…helped the Dolphins secure nine shutouts on the backline…tallied a shot at Mercer (9/26)…served as one of JU’s most durable players, averaging more than 81 minutes per contest while logging more than 100 minutes on three occasions, including a match at Furman (8/20), USF (9/10) and FGCU (9/17)

2009: Started in 19 of JU’s 20 matches…helped guide the JU defense to six shutouts including 547 consecutive minutes without conceding a goal…took a shot against Jackson State…received 2009 A-Sun All-Academic honors.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Chatfield High School under head coach Brock Blume…as a senior, she helped the Chargers to an undefeated 19-0-1 record en route to winning the 5A state championship and No. 1 national ranking…earned first team all-state and all-Colorado Team honors, while also received first team academic all-state accolades…as a junior, she assisted the team to a 16-2-0 overall record, including a perfect 10-0 in conference play to win the league title…the team also made it to the quarterfinals and finished ranked No. 10 nationally…also earned first team academic all-state accolades…helped the Chargers to quarterfinal berths as a sophomore and freshman...played club soccer on the Colorado Rush Nike team alongside fellow Dolphin Arianne Heaton, which won the state championship in 2005.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 4, 1990, in La Junta, Colo…daughter of Jeff and Julie …has a brother, Ryan; and a sister, Kayla…uncle, Tim, played professionally baseball for the Milwaukee Brewers and collegiately at San Diego State and Oklahoma State University…proposed major is exercise science.