Read Kelcie's Triton Q&A here. (July 27, 2015)
Four-year Triton starter in goal ... Earned All-CCAA recognition at the end of each of her four years ... Program's record-holder in both single-season (114 in 2012) and career saves (386) ... Posted 28 individual shutouts, a program record for the Division II era (since 2000).
AS A SENIOR IN 2015
All-CCAA honorable mention ... CCAA Tournament Most Valuable Defensive Player and All-Tournament Team ... NSCAA Division II Player of the Week (10/27) ... CCAA Player of the Week (10/27) ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (9/14) ... Played every minute, starting all 22 matches with nine individual shutouts ... Eclipsed the 100-save mark for the second time in career (101) ... Made four saves in 1-0 win vs. Point Loma (9/5) for first shutout of season and milestone 20th of her career ... Finished with 11 saves at Azusa Pacific (9/10), reaching double figures for the second time at UCSD ... Seventh save at APU in the 56th minute, marked her milestone 300th ... Two saves in clean sheet at California Baptist (9/12).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2014
All-CCAA Second Team ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (10/20) ... Started all 18 matches ... Second on team in minutes, missing just 37:11 ... Led the CCAA in saves (83), fourth in save percentage (.822), fifth in minutes played, seventh in shutouts and eighth in goals-against average ... Had five individual shutouts on the season, all in October with four of them coming over the last five regular-season contests, and combined on two others with teammate Itzel Gonzalez ... Shutouts were in key 1-0 triumphs vs. No. 8 Cal State San Bernardino (10/3), at Cal State Monterey Bay (10/17), at No. 15 Sonoma State (10/24) and at Humboldt State (10/26), and in a scoreless draw at SF State (10/19) ... Combined clean sheets came in a pair of 3-0 wins at Saint Martin's (9/6) early in the year, and vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/30) in the regular-season finale ... Credited with a career-high 13 saves in 1-1 tie vs. Cal State L.A. (9/22), setting a new single-match record for the Division II era (since 2000) and falling one save short of tying the all-time mark ... Faced a career-high 30 shots in that game ... Had five or more saves in seven matches ... With the last of her five stops at Cal Poly Pomona in 80th minute of CCAA Championship first-round tilt, increased career total to 285, breaking Kami Poma's all-time record of 284 from 2000-03.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013
All-CCAA honorable mention ... Jewish Sports Review (JSR) All-America honorable mention for Division II, III and NAIA ... Second-year starter in goal played all but 110 minutes on the season, missing just the home draw vs. SF State (10/25) ... Third in the CCAA in saves per game (5.18), fourth in save percentage (.807), fifth in saves (88), tied for sixth in shutouts (five), and ninth in the CCAA in goals-against average ... Shutouts came in CCAA opener at Cal State Dominguez Hills (9/13), in scoreless draw vs. Humboldt State (9/27), vs. Chico State (10/13), vs. Cal State Monterey Bay (10/27) and at Cal Poly Pomona (11/1) ... Season high of eight saves in opener vs. Seattle Pacific (9/5) and finale vs. Cal State L.A. (11/3) ... Had five or more saves in 11 of 17 matches ... Faced a season-high 22 shots vs. CSULA ... Saved lone penalty kick she faced with a dive to her right in the first half vs. Sonoma State (9/29).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012
NSCAA All-West Region Second Team, as the only freshman to make either the first or second team ... All-CCAA Second Team ... Jewish Sports Review (JSR) All-America honorable mention for Division II, III and NAIA ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (11/19) ... Set new school record for saves in a single season (114), eclipsing Kami Poma's previous mark of 91 from 2001 ... Started all 24 matches as a true freshman and played all but 35:39 ... Led all of the NCAA Division II in goalie minutes played (2268:48), and was sixth in save percentage (.884), 15th in goals-against average (.595) and 21st in total saves ... Was tops in the CCAA in goals-against average, saves and save percentage, and second in shutouts ... Starred in quarterfinals of NCAA Championship, keeping a clean sheet with six saves before stopping three attempts, including back-to-back in the seventh and eighth rounds, as UCSD prevailed over No. 15 Colorado Mines (11/18) via penalty-kick tiebreaker (6-5) in Denver, Colo. ... Was credited with a season-high nine saves and also stopped another penalty kick during the tiebreak as UCSD got past No. 7 Sonoma State (11/4) in the CCAA Championship title match in Carson ... Kept nine shutouts, with two in two meetings with San Francisco State ... Produced at least six saves in nine matches, including four with eight stops ... Made eight saves in a scoreless draw at No. 13 Sonoma State (10/5), the 3-0 home win vs. Chico State (10/21), and the 2-1 victory over No. 3 Grand Valley State in the NCAA Semifinals (11/29) ... Played a season-high 110:00 minutes on four occasions ... Faced a season-high 27 shots vs. Sonoma State (11/4) ... Allowed more than one goal just once, in a 3-2 win at Cal State East Bay (10/26) ... 44 of her saves came over seven postseason contests ... Saved the only penalty kick taken against her in regulation play, early in the second half at Cal Poly Pomona (9/21).
Played for Real So Cal Soccer Club and Eagles Soccer Club.
A 2012 graduate of Agoura High School in Agoura Hills ... Named Agoura's Female Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Two-time All-Marmonte League First Team selection ... Team MVP as a junior ... Defensive MVP of junior varsity squad as a freshman and sophomore ... Also lettered in softball for the Chargers.
Born Dec. 23, 1994 in West Hills ... Parents are David and Lynette Brodsky ... Has an older brother named Hayden and a younger brother named Tanner ... Psychology major at Sixth College ... Goal is to get into physical therapy school and become a physical therapist after graduating from UCSD ... Counts saving three penalty kicks in the tiebreaker to lead UCSD past Colorado Mines in 2012 NCAA quarterfinals her freshman year as her most memorable moment in soccer ... Enjoys going to the beach and hanging out with friends ... Roots for the Los Angeles Kings and Dodgers ... Top athlete is Spanish goalkeeping legend Iker Casillas ... Favorite movie is Pitch Perfect ... Loves pasta ... Played hockey for six years.