Kelli Hubly

Kelli Hubly
Kelli Hubly
Kelli Hubly
Real Name: Kelli Hubly
HT: 5' 9"
Age: 26 (08/09/1994)
Birthplace: Elk Grove, Ill.
Hometown: Elk Grove, Ill.

2020: Appeared in nine games (6 starts) across all competitions...Featured in four matches (1 starts) during the NWSL Fall Series...Made a late-game substitute appearance against OL Reign on Oct. 10...Played 21 minutes as a substitute against Utah on Oct. 3...Logged 45 minutes as a substitute against OL Reign on Sept. 30...Started and logged 62 minutes against Utah on Sept. 20 in the opening match of the Fall Series...Appeared in five matches, making five starts at the Challenge Cup...Started for the fourth time in the tournament, playing all 90 minutes for a third consecutive match on July 17 against North Carolina...Made her third start of the tournament, playing all 90 minutes on July 13 against OL Reign...Earned her second start of the tournament, playing all 90 minutes on July 5 against Washington...Started and played 72 minutes in the NWSL Challenge Cup opener against North Carolina on June 27. 

2019: Appeared in three games (all starts)...Logged 251 minutes...Made her third straight start of the season, playing all 90 minutes against Houston on June 29...Started for a second consecutive match, logging 77 minutes against Utah on June 21...Made her first start and appearance of the 2019 season against North Carolina on June 15. 

2018: Made her ninth start of the season on the road against Chicago on June 16...Recorded her 10th appearance of the season against North Carolina on May 30...Made a substitute appearance, logging 45 minutes against Orlando on May 12...Started seven consecutive matches to start the season (March 24-May 9)...Earned her first professional start, logging 90 minutes, against the North Carolina Courage on March 24.

2017: Made two substitute appearances...Appeared in her first NWSL match against the North Carolina Courage on July 15...Logged a second substitute appearance against Washington on July 22.

College (Kentucky and DePaul)

2016: Started in 18 matches as a senior at DePaul after transferring, tallying one goal and five assists...Led the team in BIG EAST games in assists (5) and assists per game (.62)...Recorded a goal against Northwestern.

2015: Redshirted.

2014: Appeared in 21 games (7 starts) for Kentucky...Helped Kentucky advance to SEC tournament title game and scored two goals in the tournament...Advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in school history...Tallied th three goals and two assists.

2013: Played in 22 games (18 starts)...Recorded one goal and two assists...Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (10/8)...Assisted on the game-winning goal against Georgia...Had three-point game at Mississippi State, scoring a goal and logging her second assist in as many games.

2012: Appeared in 22 games (15 starts)...Tallied six goals and three assists as a freshman... SEC Freshman of the Week (10/15)...Scored her first career goal in UK’s 2-0 upset of No. 12 Louisville on the road...Had a three-point game vs. Mississippi State, scoring a goal and assisting on another...Tallied an assist vs. LSU while netting a career-high 93 minutes played...Scored both goals in 2-2 draw with No. 6 Texas A&M for second career multi-point game...Scored game-winner at Tennessee in 1-0 win... had assist in SEC Tournament vs. Missouri...Scored the golden goal in UK’s 1-0 overtime win against UT-Martin in first round of the NCAA Tournament.


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