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Kelsey Crow
Kelsey  Crow

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Minnetonka, Minn.

High School:
Minnetonka

Height:
5-5

Position:
D

Last Team:
Minnetonka HS

Major:
Psychology


08/01/2018

AHCA Names Six As All-American Scholars

Six Nittany Lions Achieve Academic Standard Set by American Hockey Coaches Association

06/26/2018

Nittany Lions Place 17 on CHA All-Academic Team

Katie McMillan named to the College Hockey America Student-Athlete of the Year list

04/24/2018

Student-Athletes Honored at "The Nittanys" for Academic and Athletic Achievements

Women's Tennis Earns Highest Team GPA Award for Second Time This Decade

02/28/2018

Three Nittany Lions Honored

Freshman Natalie Heising tabbed CHA Rookie of the Year

10/29/2017

Vetter: `We Don't Give Up'

2017-18 ALTERNATE CAPTAIN
2017-18 ALL-CHA FIRST TEAM

2017-18 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM
2017-18 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM
2016-17 AHCA ALL-AMERICAN SCHOLAR

2016-17 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM
2016-17 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN TEAM
2016-17 BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR
2016-17 ALTERNATE CAPTAIN
2015-16 CHA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

NITTANY LION CAREER
2017-18
All-CHA First Team honoree…Alternate captain…Played in 35 of 36 games on the year…Tallied 15 points on four goals and 11 assists – all of which were career-bests…Recorded a two-point outing in a 3-3 tie against No. 9 Robert Morris (10/28)…Recorded four assists in a five-game stretch (12/2-1/13)…Tallied a pair of assists in a 4-1 win against RIT (2/16)…Led the team in blocked shots (61)…Led the Penn State defensemen in goals with four.

2016-17
Alternate captain...AHCA All-American Scholar...Played in 26 of 35 games on the year...Finished the year with eight points on three goals and five assists...Opened the year with a goal in a 4-2 loss at No. 5 Clarkson (9/30)...Tallied a two-assist outing in an 8-1 win at Union (10/7)...Tied a career-best five shot attempts in a 4-2 loss at Union (10/8)...Recorded a three-point game on one goal and two assists in a 5-0 win at RIT (10/28)...Scored a pair of power play goals in 2016-17.

2015-16
Played in 25 of 37 games during her freshman season...Tallied four points on two goals and two assists...Scored her first career goal, which was the game-winner, in a 3-0 victory against Union (10/18)...Netted her first career assist in a 5-2 loss at Lindenwood (10/30)...Dished out her second assist of the season in a 3-2 loss at No. 10 Princeton (12/12)...Recorded her second goal of the season, and her first power play goal of her Nittany Lion career, in a 3-2 loss against Syracuse (2/5)...Tallied a season-best five shots and seven blocked shots in a 3-2 three overtime loss against Syracuse (3/4)...Only committed two penalties during the year...Ranked eighth on the team with 39 shot attempts. 

BEFORE PENN STATE
In her senior season at Minnetonka High School, Crow scored six goals and added 24 assists in 30 games played...The Skippers finished second at the AA Minnesota State Tournament...Minnetonka captured the Lake Conference title and the Section 6AA championship...Crow was named to the 2015 Minnesota Girls State All-Tournament Team and academic all-state...Team captain her senior year...She was also named all-conference and received the Minnetonka Hobey Baker award during her senior year...As a junior in 2013-14, Crow dished out 16 assists and scored five goals, three of which were on the power play...Scored 21 points in 25 games, which ranked third on the team...Alternate captain during her junior year...Played with Hannah Ehresmann (three seasons) and Katie McMillan (three seasons)...The Skippers won the conference, section and state championships during the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.

PERSONAL
Kelsey Morgan Crow was born on October 27, 1996, in Tulsa, Oklahoma...Parents are Sharon and the late Brad Crow...Has three brothers, Jared, Nicholas and Chandler, and one sister, Kirby...Majoring in psychology.

CROW ON PENN STATE
“I chose Penn State because I believed it offered me the best opportunity to grow both as a student and an athlete. I felt that the rigor of both the academia and upcoming hockey program would help me reach my full potential.”

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