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Kelli Beiler is a midfielder from Mount Pleasant Mills, Pennsylvania
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Mount Pleasant Mills, Pennsylvania, native Kelli Beiler joins the Penn State women's soccer program
BEFORE PENN STATE
Played high school soccer for Midd-West...Finished her high school soccer career with 126 goals...Set a Midd-West school record for goals in a season three times (30 – 2015, 31 – 2016, 46 – 2017)...Recorded 21 assists during her senior year...Tallied her 1,000th career point in basketball on Dec. 29, 2017...Two-time all-region honoree and three-time all-state member in soccer...National Honors Society member...2016 Daily Item Girls Soccer Player of the Year...Played club soccer for North Union United and LDC United...Four-time team captain for North Union United...North Union United won the 2016 US Club State Cup U-17 title...LDC United made the semifinals at the 2017 NCS Regional Championships and at the 2015 NCS PA State Cup...Also played basketball for Midd-West.
Kelli Elizabeth Beiler was born on June 9, 2000, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania...Parents are Jonas and Lisa Beiler...Has four siblings, Jami, MiKayla, Brianna and Kian...Plans to major in biobehavioral health...Wants to attend medical school with the goal of eventually practicing as a pediatrician...Last name is pronounced By-lure.
WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE
“As cliché as it may sound, attending Penn State has always been a dream of mine. I am continually amazed by the student’s efforts through THON, to enhance the lives of those impacted by childhood cancer. I know that the experiences I will have and the connections I will make at PSU will be unmatched. While playing soccer at Penn State, I will be surrounded by the top players and top coaches who will challenge me to grow not only as a player, but also a person.”