2014: ▪ 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: ▪ 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
2012 ▪ 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
2011 ▪ 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 High School: ▪ 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
Personal: 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