Senior (2011-12): In her final season, Foley became the 33rd player in the programs's history to record 100 career points and finished with 54 goals and 47 assists for 101 points ... played in her 100th career game at home against Rensselaer on Jan. 13 ... one of three captains on the team ... recorded a team-high 16 goals and had 18 assists for 34 points ... totaled two power-play goals and one game-winning goal ... had a plus/minus of +23 ... as named second-team All-Ivy and third team All-ECAC ... scored nine goals and had 13 assists in conference play ... named the ECAC Player of the Week on Oct. 25 ... set a new career-high in assists and points when she recorded four assists in the victory over Yale on Feb. 17 ... tallied multiple points in nine games, and had three-or-more points in six contests ... earned the team's Most Valuable Player honor.
Junior (2010-11): Appearing in all 34 games, scoring 17 goals (tied for second on the team), tallying 15 assists (tied for fifth on the team) and recording 32 points, which placed her third on the team ... the assistant captain was named first team All-Ivy, second team All-ECAC and made the New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star Team ... led the ECAC with nine power play goals ... scored two game-winning goals and one empty net goal ... finished the year with a plus/minus of +10 ... tallied multiple points in seven games ... in conference play, she scored 15 goals, had nine assists and 24 points ...
Sophomore (2009-10): Saw action in a total of 15 games ... missed the final 13 games with a lower leg injury ... scored three goals and added nine assists for 12 points ... tied for seventh on the team in points and fifth in assists ... scored one goal came on the power play, while two were game-winners ... posted three multi-point games ... recorded a goal and an assist in the 4-1 win over #10 Princeton on Nov. 13 ... achieved the same numbers a week later at Yale with a goal and an assist in a 6-2 victory ... had a season-long three-game point streak with single assists against Vermont (Nov. 28), #4 New Hampshire (Dec. 12) and Vermont (Dec. 30).
Freshman (2008-09): Appeared in all of the Big Green's 34 games in her first season ... potted 12 goals, which is second among freshmen ... led all freshmen with 13 assists ... went on a six-game goal-scoring streak ... during the streak she potted eight goals, including two, two-goal games ... recorded two helpers in her first collegiate game at Princeton on Oct. 31 ... added a goal and two assists at Yale in a 5-2 win on Jan. 9 ... registered another three-point game with two goals and an assist against Rensselaer on Jan. 30 ... finished the regular season with two goals in the final period against Clarkson to help Dartmouth earn a 4-4 tie ... handed out a career-high three assists in the series clincher against Colgate ... scored the eventual game-winner in the semis against St. Lawrence and added an assist in the 5-2 win.
Before Dartmouth: Two-sport athlete all four years at Tabor Academy and team captain for both softball and hockey in her final season ... was a member of four national championship ice hockey teams at Assabet Valley ... two-time All-New England selection at Tabor and was the Most Valuable Player after her senior year ... given the John Carlton Award, which is given by the Boston Bruins and is awarded to the student-athlete that shows excellence on the playing surface and in the classroom.
Personal: Kelly Foley was born on October 28, 1989 ... daughter of Stephen and Dawn Foley ... has a brother and two sisters ... mother, Dawn, played hockey at Providence College from 1977-78 ... sister, Catherine, skated for Boston University from 2005-07.
FOLEY'S CAREER STATISTICS