Kellye Joswick Photo Gallery
University of Washington
2010 (Senior): Had a great senior year after returning from an injury in 2009 ... set new season-high's in every offensive category ... was the first Gohuskies.com Student-Athlete of the Week on Aug. 26 ... was one of four Huskies to start all 24 games ... played all 110 minutes vs. Wisconsin on Sept. 5 ... ranked second on the team with four goals and tied for third with three assists ... also tied for third in points (11) and game-winning goals (1) ... took 27 shots, 11 on goal ... scored the first goal by any Husky on the year and her first career game-winning goal at Seattle U on Aug. 20 in the season-opener in the 78th minute ... scored the second goal of the game at UMass on Aug. 27 in the 26th minute ... scored the game-tying goal in the Pac-10 opener vs. Arizona on Oct. 8 in the 53rd minute ... netted the insurance goal vs. Oregon on Oct. 22 in the 81st minute ... assisted Kate Deines on the second goal of the game vs. Syracuse on Sept. 3 ... assisted Kendyl Pele on the game-tying goal in the 80th minute vs. Wisconsin ... also assisted Deines on a goal at St. Mary's on Sept. 24 in the 60th minute.
2009 (Junior): After a career year in 2008, Joswick's 2009 season came to an unfortunate end just three minutes after it began ... tore her ACL in the third minute of the opening contest against Seattle and sat out the entire season.
2008 (Sophomore): One of six Huskies to have started all 22 games ... tied for fourth on the team with nine points and also fourth on the team with four goals ... also notched one assist ... set a school record in the team's third game when she scored a goal just 37 seconds into an eventual 4-1 win over Colgate ... at the time, it was the fastest goal in school history, edging Tami Bennett's mark of scoring 50 seconds into a game in 2000 ... the record was later broken again by freshman Alex Webber ... three of Joswick's four goals came in the first 10 minutes of a match ... also scored just 1 minute, 37 seconds into UW's 2-1 win over Hawai'i ... scored UW's third goal in a 3-0 win over Utah when she headed in a ball in the 57th minute ... assisted on Veronica Perez's goal against USC in the 11th minute ... notched her fourth goal of the season at Oregon ... tallied 21 shots, good for sixth on the team.
2007 (Freshman): One of a handful of UW freshman who made an immediate impact ... played in 18 of the team's 19 games, starting nine times ... took five shots during the season, including three shots on goal.
El Dorado High School:
Four-year letterwinner ... served as team captain three years ... helped lead El Dorado to three league championships ... selected as the Varsity Offensive Player of the Year on three occasions ... honored as the Century League MVP her sophomore and senior seasons ... a First-Team All-Century League and First-Team All-CIF selection as a senior ... broke school records for career goals (83) and career points by her junior year ... her 32 goals as a senior were over half (56) of the team's total.
Born in Whittier, Calif. ... parents are Tara and Gary Joswick ... a member of the high school Honor Roll ... honored as a scholar-athlete as a prepster ... an accomplished club competitor with Slammers FC of Newport (Calif.) ... Slammers won state and national championships in 2003 and 2005 ... club squad was a three-time regional titlist, in 2003, 2005 and 2007 ... Slammers FC was a 2007 national champion finalist ... played on the Olympic Development Program regional champion ... Participated in the Gothia World Youth Cup in Sweden.
Coach Gallimore on Joswick:
"Kellye was tremendous for us in the off season. She's fit, she serves the ball well and she defends well. She's a fun person off the field but she's all business on the field and she gets the job done."
KELLYE JOSWICK'S CAREER STATISTICS
GETTING TO KNOW KELLYE JOSWICK
|Guilty pleasure||Rice Krispy treats|
|Strangest thing a coach ever said to you||"Go to jail and think about what you have done" - Jimmy Jack|
|Favorite dance move||The Brazilian capoeira|
|Most embarrassing soccer moment||Tripping over the ball on a break away and breaking my hand.|
|Favorite part of being a Husky||Getting the opportunity to play with all my best friends every day.|
|Favorite restaurant in Seattle||Portage Bay|
|Favorite place to hang out in Seattle||Shopping downtown|
|Favorite place on UW campus||Husky Soccer Field|
|Current cell phone ring tone||Vibrate|
|If you could guest star on a TV show, what would it be?||Sex and the City|
|Biggest celebrity crush||David Beckham, Chace Crawford, Ryan Phillipe (I can keep going)|
|Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift card||Nordstrom|
|If you could have dinner with one person, who would it be||My family|
|Why did you choose your number||7, because that is the day I was born on.|
|If you could trade places with a teammate for a day, who would it be and why||Pele, because that Freddy can tackle.|
|Best thing about playing for Coach Gallimore||Not only is Lesle an amazing coach, she is also an amazing person. She cares immensely about her players on and off the field. I have a great respect for her and have learned so much from her during my time here.|