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    Kelsey Hans
    Kelsey Hans


    Lakeville, Minn.

    High School:




    Wildcats Face Indiana, Purdue; Make BTN Debut Sunday

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    Wildcats Welcome Two Big Ten Foes to Lakeside Field

    First home conference matches bring Nebraska, Iowa to Evanston

    First on NU's all-time list with 38 career goals.
    First on NU's all-time list with 89 career points.
    First on NU's all-time list with 15 goals in a season.
    First on NU's all-time list with 15 career Big Ten goals.
    First on NU's all-time list with seven Big Ten goals in a season.
    Fourth on NU's all-time list with 13 career assists.
    Second on NU's all-time list with 32 points in a season.

    2007: Second-team All-Big Ten for third time in career ... Started all 20 games ... Passed head coach Stephanie Erickson for NU's all-time lead in goals and points with goal against Loyola (Chicago) on 9/12 ... Became NU's all-time leader in career points with goal against St. Francis (Pa.) on 9/21 ... Finished Northwestern career with 38 goals and 89 points ... Led team with 10 goals and 24 points ... Tied for team lead with four assists ... Notched team-high 58 shots ... Fifth in Big Ten in shots with 58 ... Sixth in Big Ten in points ... Fifth in Big Ten in goals ... First goal of the season was game-winner in 2-1 win at Florida Atlantic on 9/9 ... Scored a season-high two goals against Indiana on 9/28 ... Finished season with goals in last three games ... Scored at 1:01 mark in Big Ten Tournament contest against Purdue on 11/8 ... Big Ten All-Tournament Team selection ... Recorded team-high seven shots in season-opener against Drake.

    2006: Second Team All-Big Ten selection ... Led Wildcats in goals (7), points (17), shots (68), shots on goal (35) and game-winning goals (2) ... Third in Big Ten in both shots and shots per game (3.78) ... Eighth in the Big Ten in points per game (0.94) ... Ninth in Big Ten in points ... Both game-winning goals came against Big Ten opponents (Minnesota, 9/29, and Indiana, 10/15) ... Tallied two goals in victory over Morehead State (9/8) ... Registered an assist in Big Ten Tournament game against Penn State (11/2).

    2005: Led NU in goals (6) and points (16) ... Tied for second on the team in assists (4) ... Team leader in shots with 89 (50 on goal) ... Scored 13 points in a four game stretch from 9/4 to 9/16 ... Scored a game-winning goal on NU's only penalty kick of the season in a 3-0 win over Davidson (9/11) ... First in the Big Ten in shots per game with five ... Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (9/12) following back-to-back five-point performances against Oakland (9/9), Davidson (9/11).

    2004: Started last 13 games ... SoccerBuzz second-team Freshman All-America ... SoccerBuzz first team All-Freshmen, second-team All-Great Lakes Region ... Big Ten All-Freshman Team, Second-team All-Big Ten ... Finalist for Soccer Buzz National Freshman of the Year ... NU's leading scorer with single-season records of 15 goals and 32 points ... Finished second in Big Ten in goals, goals per game, and points per game, conference goals, points, points per game, goals per game ... Sixth in Big Ten in total points ... Set NU records for conference goals (7) and points (15) in a season ... Match-winning goals vs. Samford (9/10) and Purdue (10/17) ... Scored in 12 matches, including six Big Ten matches ... Three two-goal games (Southern Utah, Michigan State, Oakland) ... Scored in first two collegiate matches and four of first five contests ... Had a goal and an assist in win over Iowa (10/1).

    High School: 2003 NSCAA All-America ... 2003 Minnesota Ms. Soccer ... Finished career with a school record 85 goals and 48 assists ... Three-time all-state, Star-Tribune All Metro selection ... 2003 Minneapolis Star-Tribune Player of the Year ... Four-time All-Lake Conference ... Led high school team to Lake Conference title in 2001 ... Panthers finished fourth in state championships three times in her career (2000, 02, 03) ... Member of Minnesota's ODP team and made Region II pool ... Two-time national runner-up with club team Tsunami Sota, also won two regional titles and three state titles ... 2003 Alamo Cup MVP ... Lettered in track.

    Personal: Born Kelsey Marie Hans on 6/2/86 ... Daughter of Nancy and Jeff Hans ... Father played basketball at Kent State ... One of three members of the Tsunami Sota club on the roster (Stephanie Krutsch and Shannon Schneeman are other two) ... Majoring in history.

    Hans' Stats

    Year GP/S Shots G A Pts GWG
    2004 20/13 56 15 2 32 2
    2005 18/18 89 6 4 16 1
    2006 18/18 68 7 3 17 2
    2007 20/20 58 10 4 24 1
    Totals 76/69 271 38 13 89 6