Kelsey Rosenmeier
Kelsey Rosenmeier


Virginia Beach, Va.

High School:
Frank W. Cox



2013 Leadership Group Member

As a junior (2012): Played in all 20 games with 14 starts... Tallied five shots... NFHCA National Academic Squad selection... Named to the Athletic Director's honor roll in the fall and spring... Named to the Dean's List in the fall and Dean's Scholar in the spring... BIG EAST All-Academic selection.

As a sophomore (2011): Played in 17 games with one start... Scored two goals - including the game-winner against Rutgers - and had two assists for six points.... Selected to NFHCA National Academic Squad... Named to the Athletic Director's honor roll in the fall and spring... Dean's List in the fall... BIG EAST Academic Team member.

As a freshman (2010): Played in 18 games with six starts... Scored her first career goal in the 4-1 win over Iowa... Dished out one assist for three points... Named to the Athletic Director's honor roll and the Dean's List in the fall and spring.

High School: Played for four-time Virginia State champion Frank W. Cox High School under coach Julie Swain... Two-year team captain... Led her team with 29 assists as a senior... Helped lead her team to four state championships... Two-time first team All-Beach District, All-Eastern Region and All-State selection (2008-09)... First team All-Tidewater(2009)... Second team All-Tidewater (2008)... Two-time gold medalist at the Junior Olympics in (2007-08)... Gold medalist at the National Hockey Festival (2007)... Four-time National Futures Championship bronze medalist... Participated in the National Indoor Tournament (2006-09)... Won the Frank W. Cox Booster Club Scholarship and the Bill McFarland Memorial Female Athlete Award... Also lettered in swimming and soccer.

Personal: Full name is Kelsey Brooke Rosenmeier ... Daughter of Greg and Tia Rosenmeier... Birthdate is July 9, 1992...Majoring in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in exercise science... Her grandfather Gilbert "Sonny" Holmes played football and basketball at Emory and Henry College and is in the school's hall of fame... Her sister Carly is her role model.

    Atlantic Coast Conference NCAA University of Louisville
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