Joan Sieja was named to the NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team
The Golden Grizzlies had a league-best 125 student-athletes honored
Oakland finished third in Horizon League and advanced to Tournament semifinals
The Golden Grizzlies earned the second-most athletes in the league
The Golden Grizzlies had 125 student-athletes named to the list
#3 Oakland vs #2 UDM Horizon League Semifinals at Brown Field - Valpo, Ind.
#3 Oakland vs #6 CSU Horizon League Quarterfinals
Oakland Women's Soccer faces Wright State on Senior Night
Oakland vs CSU on Blackout Night
The women's soccer team traveled to the University of Detroit Mercy for its match in the inaugural Metro Series
▪ Started in 16 of 19 games played.
▪ First Team All-Horizon League selection.
▪ College Sports Madness Horizon League 2014 All-Conference First-Team selection.
▪ Second on the team in goals (6) and points (12) with one game-winner against Wright State. Finished tied for fourth in the league in goals and goals per game (.38).
▪ Closed out illustrious career tied for eighth all time in program history in goals (28) and tied for fourth in games played (81).
▪ 2014 Fall Academic All-League Team with 3.67 GPA majoring in psychology.
▪ 2014 Fall and 2015 Spring Horizon League Academic Honor Roll selection.
▪ Scored first round penalty kick against Cleveland State (Nov. 3) helping Oakland advance to the Horizon League Championship semifinals.
▪ 2013 Horizon League All-Academic Team honoree
▪ Horizon League All-Tournament Team selection
▪ Started 19 of 21 games, leading the team with eight goals and four assists for 20 points
▪ Had two game-winning goals on the year: vs. Valparaiso Oct. 9 and IUPUI Oct. 22
▪ Had assist on game-winning goal in Horizon League quarterfinal win over Youngstown State Nov. 5
▪ Finished with two goals and two assists against YSU Nov. 5
▪ Horizon League Player of the Week (Offense, Oct. 14)
▪ College Sports Madness Horizon League All-Conference Second Team selection
▪ College Sports Madness Midseason All-Horizon League selection
▪ College Sports Madness preseason All-Horizon League selection
▪ Named to Horizon League Fall 2013 Honor Roll
▪ Summit League Offensive Player of the Year and All-Summit League first team
▪ NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region second team
▪ Led Oakland and The Summit League in goals (9) and points (22)
▪ Finished the year with nine goals, four assists and 22 points
▪ Opened the season with a hat trick against Rochester College, tied for third-most goals in a single game in OU history
▪ Tallied three match-winning goals (Rochester College, South Dakota and Western Illinois)
▪ Scored the match-winning goal against Western Illinois in The Summit League Championship semifinal
▪ Named to The Summit League All-Academic Team
▪ Earned a place on The Summit League Academic Honor Roll as a distinguished scholar
▪ Saw action in 21 matches, including 20 starts
▪ Her nine goals ranked in the top 110 among all players in NCAA Division I
▪ Played in 21 matches, including seven starts for OU
▪ Earned Summit League All-Freshman Team honors
▪ Her five goals were tied for second most on the team
▪ Made her collegiate debut against Kentucky (8/19)
▪ Started her first collegiate game and scored her first goal against Pittsburgh (9/11)
▪ Scored twice in the win over Pittsburgh for a season high in goals and points (4) in a game (9/11)
▪ Finished the season with 11 points from five goals one assist
▪ Her 11 points were the third most on the team for the season
▪ Assisted on the goal that won Oakland The Summit League Championship
▪ Scored in three consecutive games against Pittsburgh, Butler and Detroit
▪ Netted the game-winning goal against IPFW
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a distinguished scholar
▪ Played varsity soccer for four seasons at Elmvale District High School and was a three-time team captain
▪ Helped EDHS win the Georgian Bay Secondary Schools Association (GBSSA) championship as a junior
▪ Was a three-time team MVP for EDHS women's soccer team
▪ She was named the school's Junior Athlete of the Year following her freshman season
▪ Played club soccer with the Richmond Hill Raiders, winning the Ontario Youth Soccer League title in 2008 and 2011
▪ Finished second in the OYSL standings in 2009 and was leading scorer with 15 goals in 13 games
▪ Played for the Ontario under-14 provincial soccer team
▪ Also played varsity flag football, volleyball, badminton at EDHS
▪ Was additionally a member of the track and field and cross country skiing teams
▪ Advanced to the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association (OFSAA) finals for cross country skiing as a freshman
Academic Awards and Extracurricular Activities:
▪ Four-time honor roll student at Elmvale
▪ Earned the top mark in her gym class as a sophomore and in three classes as a junior at Elmvale
Top Athletic Performance:
▪ Finishing the year as leading goal scorer in the Ontario Youth Soccer League
Full Name: Kyla Anne Helen Kellermann
Parents: Ila and Les Kellermann
Siblings: Kyler Kellermann
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. The strong academics at Oakland
2. The quality division I soccer program
3. The great school atmosphere