Stony Brook advances to third consecutive America East Finals; improves to 3-0 in semifinal games under Spallina
Stony Brook looks to become a mainstay on national scene after a record-setting 2013 season
Seawolves have won five of their last six games
Seawolves hold the Terps to a season-low in goals
SBU matches program record for fewest goals allowed for the second consecutive game
2014: Saw action in 20 games...scored three goals...posted six draw controls, eight ground balls and one caused turnover...tallied two goals and two draw controls at Drexel (2/26)...finished with one ground ball vs. Siena (3/22)...scooped up one ground ball vs. Jacksonville (4/4)...had one ground ball at Binghamton (4/6)...controlled one draw at Albany (4/12)...scored one goal vs. UNH in the America East Semifinals (5/2)...recorded one ground ball and one draw control at Syracuse in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (5/11).
2013: Saw action in 15 games...scored four goals and picked up 11 ground balls...scored one goal, caused one turnover and scooped up two ground balls at Bucknell (2/16)...had a ground ball at Central Connecticut (2/27)...scored one goal and picked up a ground ball at Duquesne (3/7)...had two ground balls and controlled one draw vs. Longwood (3/9)...had two ground balls and caused one turnover vs. Maryland (3/17)...scored one goal and tallied two ground balls vs. Iona (3/20)...controlled one draw at Vermont (3/23)...tallied one goal, one ground ball and one draw control vs. Fresno State (3/26).
2012: Scored one goal vs. Manhattan (2/15)...Scored two goals and controlled one draw vs. Central Connecticut (2/19)...Scored two goals, picked up a ground ball and caused a turnover vs. Monmouth (2/26)...Had one shot on goal, two ground balls, two controlled draws and a caused turnover vs. Johns Hopkins (3/3)...Saw action vs. Duke (3/5)...Saw action vs. Florida (3/14)...one shot on goal and a ground ball vs. Maryland (3/20)...two goals, a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. Marist (3/24)...one goal off one shot vs. Iona (3/27)...one goal, a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. Binghamton (3/31)...scored a goal vs. UMBC (4/4)...one assist, one shot on goal, one ground ball, one controlled draw and a caused turnover vs. Vermont (4/7)...one shot on goal and two ground balls vs. Yale (4/11)...Saw action vs. Boston University (4/14)
High School: Played four seasons of Lacrosse at Sachem North High School under Head Coach Kevin Krause...was named All Division for Lacrosse twice...was a member of the National Honor Society and the National Foreign Language Society...played club lacrosse for the Long Island Yellow Jackets.
Personal: Kelly Kuerner...born January 3, 1993 in Port Jefferson, NY...daughter of Richard and Mary Kuerner...sister to Kathryn and Erin....major is undecided.