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    Caley Chelios
    Caley Chelios

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Detroit, Mich.

    High School:
    Cranbrook

    Height:
    5-8

    Position:
    D



    2014: Played in four games in her junior season: wins over Marquette (Feb. 25), Michigan (March 11), Vanderbilt (April 10) and against USC at Wrigley Field ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

    2013: Reserve defender ... Played in five games as a sophomore ... Notched her first career draw control in win at Johns Hopkins ... Academic All-Big Ten.

    2012: Played in three games as a freshman ... Saw first field time of the year in win at Louisville and also made appearances vs. William & Mary and UMass ... Did not record any statistics.

    High School: Four-year letterwinner in lacrosse, ice hockey and volleyball, serving as captain in all three sports ... Member of 2009 MSLA Midwest Championship-winning squad ... 2010 team MVP in lacrosse ... 2009 lacrosse team reached state semifinals with a 22-0 record ... Two-time first-team all-state selection in hockey, including 2010 when she led Cranbrook to the state championship ... Led her hockey team in goals and points in 2009 and 2010 ... Winner of the Hobey Baker High School Character Award ... Three-time team MVP in volleyball and hockey.

    Personal:Born Caley Lynn Chelios ... Daughter of Chris and Tracee Chelios ... Her father, Chris, is one of the most accomplished American-born NHL players in the sport's history, winning three Stanley Cups and playing on four U.S. Olympic teams ... Chris Chelios, an Illinois native who captained the Chicago Blackhawks, is currently the executive advisor to the general manager of the Detroit Red Wings ... Caley attended same high school as former U.S. soccer star Alexi Lalas ... Chose Northwestern over Michigan State ... Majoring in communications.

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    Chelios's Career Highs

    Goals N/A
    Assists N/A
    Points N/A
    Ground Balls N/A
    Draw Controls 1, at Johns Hopkins (3/9/13)
    Caused Turnovers N/A