- Kelli Eisenbrown
- 5' 3"
- Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholz H.S.)
2006: Appeared in eight matches, playing 61 minutes versus Jacksonville…Also turned in more than 40 minutes each versus Kennesaw State and Louisiana-Lafayette… Turned in a 4.0 grade point average for the fall, 2006 semester…Member of 2006 Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll…Received a $5,000 scholarship as Florida’s nominee for the SEC’s H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Award, presented annually to the league's top male and female scholar-athletes.
2005: Contributed an assist versus Connecticut - the first of her collegiate career…Made first start versus Florida State, playing a collegiate-high 82 minutes…Averaged more than 37 minutes per match…Recorded first career shot versus Georgia…SEC Academic Honor Roll member…Dean’s List and President’s Honor Roll student in 2005-06.
2004: Saw action as defender versus FIU and Cincinnati…SEC Academic Honor Roll member…Dean's List student in 2004-05.
2003: Made Gator debut against Southern California…Played in four matches registering season-high minutes against Jacksonville (27 minutes).
High School: The Gainesville Sun's class 4A Player of the Year runner-up in 2002… Four-year member of The Gainesville Sun's All-Area soccer team…2003 Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) 4A All-State team member…Buchholz High School claimed the district championship in 2000, 2001 and 2003 and was state runner-up in 2000…Buchholz's defensive MVP in 2000 and 2001 and overall MVP in 2002…Played sweeper for first three seasons and moved to midfield as a senior, turning in 21 goals and 11 assists…Elected team captain for three years…BHS tournament defensive MVP in 2000 and offensive MVP in 2003…Coached by Ron Messick.
Club: Seven-year member of Gainesville Vipers club…Member of 1999-00 President’s Cup championship, 2002 Kohl's Atlanta Cup championship and 2002 Orange Bowl semifinal teams…Also guest played on West Des Moines Odyssey (2002) and Atlanta Concorde (2001 & ’02) club teams at select events.
PERSONAL…Born Feb. 2, 1985 in Gainesville, Fla…Daughter of Walt Eisenbrown and Carol Thomas…Has an older brother, Hunter…Graduated in top 10 percent of Buchholz's class of 2003…Honored as a Wofford Scholar and received the Columbia College Award…Member of Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Honor Society, National Honor Society, Junior Senate, Senior Senate, and the Student Council Cabinet…Played French horn in the Alachua County Youth Orchestra…At district championships, claimed 400-meter title and ran a leg on Buchholz's runner-up 1600-meter relay…Also considered UNC-Wilmington, UCF and Clemson…Chose Florida because she has been a Gator fan all her life.
Major: Physical Therapy
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