Hometown: Coral Springs, FL
Age: 27 (02/04/1991)
College: Florida State University
Last Club: Western New York Flash
Kelsey Wys came to the Washington Spirit via trade ahead of the 2015 NWSL season. Wys started in 11 games for the Spirit in 2015. The Coral Springs, Florida native tallied 35 saves and three shutouts. In 2016, Wys started 12 regular season matches and both postseason matches for the Spirit.
2017: Did not appear in any regular season games for the Spirit while recovering from injury. 2016: Started 12 regular season matches plus both post season matches…made 61 saves in the regular season, fourth most in the NWSL…recorded two clean sheets 2015: Traded to the Spirit ahead of the 2015 season…Started in 11 games…Made 35 saves and recorded three shutouts…2014: Drafted 18th overall by the Western New York Flash in the 2014 NWSL College Draft…Made nine starts and ten appearances for the Flash in 2014…Recorded one shutout and 47 saves.
United States National Team: Participated in U-23 camp during the summer of 2013… U.S. U-20 National Team pool player…participated in training camp with the U.S. U-18 squad in July of 2009… Played for the United States in the 2008 CONCACAF U-17 National Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago… Called into camp with the U-20 squad, March 14-21, 2010, in Gainesville, Fla….played 45 minutes in goal for the U.S. in a 3-0 victory over the University of Florida.
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List (2013)…Finished her Seminole playing career holding 17 total goalkeeper records in school history…career record holder for minutes played by goalkeeper (8,518), wins (74), shutouts (45.0) and starts (96); all-time leader in wins (29), shutouts (20.0), saves (132) and consecutive shutout minutes (621:10) in ACC games only; all-time leader in wins (16), shutouts (9.0) and saves (63) in NCAA Tournament games; all-time single-season leader for minutes (2,614:01), shutouts (15), consecutive shutout minutes (788:48 – 2012), goals against average (0.55), wins (23); all-time single-season leader in ACC games for shutouts (6); tied for the career record for all-time saves (297).