2009: Started all 18 matches in goal for the Patriots... Played 1626 minutes in goal... First-Team All-CAA... Third-Team NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region honoree... Second-Team VaSID All-State selection... George Mason Student-Athlete of the Month for the month of September... Preseason All-CAA selection at goalkeeper... CAA Player of the Week selection on Oct. 5... ECAC Defensive Player of the Week selection on Oct. 7... Second in the CAA in saves (82), and third in save percentage (.820) and saves per game (4.56)... Recorded five shutouts during the season.
2008: Started 21 matches for the Patriots in goal... Played a total of 1944 minutes... Third-Team All-CAA selection... Named the George Mason Male Student-Athlete of the Month for September... Tied for the most shutouts among CAA goalkeepers with 10... Ranked third in the conference in save percentage (.796)... Fourth in the CAA in goals against average (0.93)... Made 78 saves during the season, including a season high of eight in the season-opener against GW... Held opponents scoreless for a total of 270 minutes (three consecutive matches) twice during the season... Held opponents scoreless in six of the final nine matches of the season, including two CAA Championship matches and the opening round NCAA Championship match.
2007: Started 17 matches for the Patriots... Led the team in saves with 70... Ranked sixth in the conference in saves per game with an average of 4.12... Recorded a goals against average of 1.35 in 1531 minutes... Recorded four shutouts during the season... Was a Preseason All-CAA selection at goalkeeper... Won the Martin Dunphy Goalkeeper of the Year award at the annual men's soccer banquet.
2006: Named Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year and also earned All-CAA Second Team, as well as league all-rookie team honors... named to the 2006 College Soccer News All-Freshman First Team... Earned National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-South Atlantic Region Third Team honors... In net every minute for the Patriots (1,997 minutes) and tallied 11 shutouts on the year, 10 of which were decided by one goal or less... Posted a goals against average of 0.58 in the three total games of the CAA Championship to earn a spot on the CAA All-Championship Team... named to the Men's College All-Rookie First Team by Top Drawer Soccer... closed out the season sixth in the nation in NCAA Division I competition in save percentage (0.879), 14th in goals against average (0.637) and 32nd in saves per game (4.86)... Finished the year ranked in the top-5 in six categories in the CAA: first in shutouts (11) and shutouts per game (0.52), second in both GAA (0.64) and save percentage (0.879), first in saves (102) and third in saves per game (4.86)... From Sept. 8-Oct. 8, Mason won nine-straight games, which was only the third time in school history this happened and the first since 1998. During this time, Kelley allowed only three goals and six of the eight shutouts during this period ended in a score of 1-0... Eearned league rookie of the week honors three times (Sept. 11, Sept. 18 and Oct. 9), while being named CAA co-Player of the Week once (Oct. 9)... Tallied two shutouts at the Yale Classic to help lead Mason to the tournament title in the beginning of September; named Yale Classic MVP... Named to the Men's College Soccer National Team of the Week by Top Drawer Soccer (Oct. 9)... Featured in Sports Illustrated's `Faces in the Crowd' (Oct. 12)... Named to Soccertimes-`Best of the Rest' squad (Oct. 12).
Prep/Club: Graduated from Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in 2006... Four year varsity letterwinner in soccer... Member of the NSCAA All-America team and earned Gatorade Player of the Year honors senior season... Garnered Kentucky Mr. Soccer honors and was tabbed as the District Tournament MVP in 2005... Named to both the First Team All-Kentucky, as well as First Team All-Lexington senior year... In his final season with the Bulldogs, PLDHS was crowned Kentucky State Champions, Hoosier Cup Champions and the team was ranked No. 1 in Kentucky... In 2005, he recorded 15 shutouts and allowed only 11 goals, while he registered a Kentucky record of 18 shutouts, 12 consecutive, in his netminder role junior season... Member of the Lexington F.C. 88 Premier since 1998... Competed with the Olympic Development Program (ODP) Kentucky squad from 2002-05.
Personal: Full name is Sean William Kelley... Born on April 15, 1988... Son of Scott and Pat Kelley... Has two sisters, Christie and Laira... Father, Scott Kelley, played collegiate basketball for the University of Iowa, as well as the University of Evansville... Enjoys skiing and playing guitar... Majoring in marketing.
KELLEY'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP/GS Min. GA GAA Svs. Sv. % SHO W L T 2006 21/21 1977 14 0.64 102 .879 11 6 2 3 2007 17/17 1531 23 1.35 70 .753 4 5 10 2 2008 21/21 1944 20 0.93 78 .796 10 13 6 1 2009 18/18 1626 18 1.00 82 .820 5 10 7 1 Totals 77/77 7078 75 0.95 332 .816 30 34 25 7