2012: Assisted on Chelsea Armstrong's lone goal of the match with 42 seconds remaining in a win at No. 16 California (8/31) ... Also recorded an assist in a victory at No. 11 Stanford (8/29) ... Scored a goal in a win at No. 9 Duke (9/9) ... Assisted on the game-winning goal during the second half of a 2-1 win at Ohio (9/23) ... Posted goals in wins over Indiana (10/12) and Missouri State (10/21) on Senior Day ... Recorded two defensive saves and an assist in a win over Central Michigan (10/14) ... NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.
2011: Missed the season due to injury ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.
2010: Played in 20 games and started 14 ... Finished the season with three goals and four assists (10 points) ... Took 25 shots on the season, putting 15 shots on goal ... Versatile two-way player ... Recorded an assist in the season opener vs. Syracuse (8/27) ... Took a season high five shots in win vs. Colgate (8/30) ... Tallied three shots on goal vs. Ball State (9/17) ... Scored the only goal in a 2-1 loss at Michigan State (10/17) ... Also scored in Big Ten play vs. Penn State ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.
2009: Played in all 20 games and started 18 ... Scored eight goals, the first of which came in the form of an overtime game-winner at Yale on 9/5 ... Scored again the next day in a 5-0 victory against Sacred Heart ... Notched a goal less than three minutes into the game against Missouri State (9/18) ... Converted 2-of-3 penalty stroke attempts ... Credited with three defensive saves ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NFHCA National Academic Squad honoree.
2008: Played in 17 games in her freshman campaign and started 15, the most of any NU freshman in 2008 ... Took four shots ... Recorded one defensive save.
High School: Three-year letterwinner in both field hockey and lacrosse ... Won state championship each year from 2005-07 ... Scored 32 goals in four-year career ... First-team all-county, coaches' all-county, All-Examiner in 2007 ... Second-team Baltimore Sun, all-state in 2007 ... Second-team all-county, coaches' all-county in 2006 ... Honorable mention All-Metro in 2006 and 2007 ... Scored game-winning stroke in 4A Regional Finals in 2007 ... Club team participated in Festival from 2004-07 ... Won Festival G pool in 2007, B pool in 2006 ... Named top scholar athlete of high school in 2006-08 ... Member of Futures Elite team in 2008, Futures from 2006-08.
Personal: Born Kaylee L. Pohlmeyer ... Daughter of Carol and Paul Pohlmeyer ... Father wrestled for the Naval Academy and sister, Casey, is a freshman on the field hockey team at the University of New Hampshire ... Majoring in communication studies with a minor in business institutions.
Getting to know Kaylee
Name your three favorite songs on your I-pod: I Want You Back (Jackson 5), Ridin' Solo (Jason DeRulo), Forever Young (Youth Group)
Facebook or Twitter: Facebook- but I just got a Twitter
Describe Tracey in five words or less: Small, Feisty, Talented, and Purple
What's the best part of playing Northwestern Field Hockey? Playing on Lakeside field with amazing teammates Favorite food: Chicken on the Barbie and a house salad with Ranch from Outback Steakhouse Favorite TV show: The Real Housewives of OC/NJ/NY/BH, Miami Ink
Favorite movie: Shooter
Favorite book: The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins
Favorite vacation spot: Maui
Favorite place to shop: The mall
If I wasn't playing field hockey, I'd be playing: Lacrosse
If I could be any character from a TV show or movie I'd be: H on CSI Miami Pregame superstitions: Zebra Pre-wrap
Best NUFH memory so far: Crab feast at my house freshman year on my birthday when we played Maryland.
Which NUFH player is the biggest jokester on the team? Tracey (I know she is not a player but she is the only one who laughs at her own jokes) Favorite thing to do besides play field hockey? I don't do anything else...
Dream job: Owning my own business that will allow me to travel the world.