Battled through injuries in her four seasons with the Irish, appearing in 20 games throughout her career ... provided one of the more memorable senior days in Notre Dame women's soccer history with two goals- the first goals of her career- in Notre Dame's regular season finale versus Seton Hall (6-0) ... dealt with lingering ankle problems that date back to the summer of 2005 and required multiple surgeries ... talented player who - when healthy - added veteran depth to the Irish ... showcases tremendous athleticism, strength and competitiveness ... a driven athlete who is deeply committed to providing leadership and a positive attitude ... played most of prep career as a midfielder but also has seen quality minutes as an outside back, with great accuracy and distance on her service from the flanks ... has the technical ability and composure on the ball to excel at either position ... combined with senior defender Rachel VanderGenugten (Schererville/Lake Central) and current junior defender Julie Scheidler (Indianapolis/Bishop Chatard HS) among 22 all-time Indiana natives to have played for the Irish ... wore jersey number 16 as a freshman (before shifting to number three) ... excelled in the classroom as she was named to the Dean's List in her final semester (Spring 2009) with the Irish.
WITH THE IRISH: Played in six games while making one start ... scored two goals for four points ... both goals came in Notre Dame's final regular season victory against Seton Hall (6-0) ... her first goal (the first of her career) came just 11:18 into her first career start and proved to be the game winner ... also closed out the Irish scoring in that contest to wrap-up Notre Dame's first unbeaten and untied regular season ... her first ... also saw action in wins over Michigan (7-0), SMU (5-0), USF (3-0), Cincinnati (5-0) and Toledo (5-2) ... her appearances versus Cincinnati (BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals) and Toledo (NCAA Championship first round) marked the second and third postseason appearances of her career ... one of a record setting 19 players to score for the Irish last season ... played in six games as a junior ... logged 77 minutes of play, including 17 off the bench in the Notre Dame's NCAA opening round win over Loyola Chicago (3-0) ... unable to play as a sophomore due to her lingering ankle problems but was able to accompany team to the College Cup final festivities in Cary, N.C. ... appeared in eight games as a freshman in 2005 ... saw time as a reserve midfielder and defender ... her rightside cross assisted on Lizzie Reed's goal in 7-0 road win over Seton Hall ... did not play in first 11 games while recovering from initial ankle injury, making her debut in Oct. 2 win at South Florida (4-0).
ODP/CLUB HIGHLIGHTS: Played for ODP Region II team in 2001 and '02 ... center midfielder at 2002 Adidas ESP/ODP National Camp, 2001 Texas Shootout (Spring,Texas) and Thanksgiving Inter-Regional (Boca Raton, Fla.) ... attended ODP National Camp (Deerfield, Mass.) ... member of Indiana ODP from 1998-2002 (Region II Camp each year) ... played key role in F.C. Indiana's impressive 2005 summer that included 18-1-0 overall record, capped by winning Women's Premier Soccer League and U.S. Open Cup titles ... FCI beat New England Mutiny (4-0) and California Storm (3-3; 4-3 PKs) on final WPSL weekend (in Agawam, Mass.), then topped Ajax America (2-0) and homestanding Dallas Titans (4-0) to win Open Cup ... starter and top reserve for FCI at various midfield and defensive positions ... played alongside future Notre Dame teammates Brittany Bock, Christie Shaner and Nikki Westfall on FCI ... scored in Open Cup final before making three saves in final 20 minutes as emergency goalkeeper (a role Shaner also filled, as Westfall was at a family wedding and the backup 'keeper also was unable to attend) ... FCI qualified for Open Cup after winning Region II title, with victories in Cleveland over Missouri-based NORCO (7-0), Chicago Eclipse (4-2) and Nebraska FC (14-0) ... played alongside several former and current Notre Dame players in summer of 2004, with W-League's Fort Wayne Fever (players with ND connections on that team included Shaner, Lorenzen, Jill Krivacek, Amanda Cinalli, Lauren Karas, Meotis Erikson, Amy Warner, Kim Carpenter and Mary Boland) ... started 10 of 13 games with Fever, at left back (usually alongside Shaner and Lorenzen) ... started in Fever's 1-0 win over Australian National Team during their Pre-Olympic tour ... ripped goal from 30 yards out into upper corner for 1-0 lead over Cleveland Internationals (3-1) ... guest player with Carmel Heat in summer of 2004, beating top-ranked Dallas Sting Royal (featuring future ND classmate Rebecca Mendoza) ... member of Ft. Wayne Citadel club from 1998-2004, playing as a forward for 2002 team that reached state semifinals.
PREP & PERSONAL: Standout soccer and tennis player at R. Nelson Snider HS, earning 2004 fall All-America honors from Student Sports after finishing career as Snider's all-time leading scorer with 215 points (84 goals, 47 assists) ... finalist for Indiana player of the year as a senior, leading city in scoring with 80 points (31G-18A) ... received U.S. Army Reserve "Outstanding Athlete Award" and "SAMMY" scholar-athlete award (sponsored by USA Today and American Dairy Farmers, also featured in Sports Illustrated and ESPN The Magazine) ... starred as center midfielder/forward for Snider, totaling three goals in each of the '04 sectional, regional and semi-state rounds ... her other 2004 honors as Snider captain and MVP included NSCAA Scholar All America and all-region, first team all-state, all-district, state all-academic and conference MVP ... helped Snider to two appearances in state semifinals ... named MVP after leading 2003 team in scoring as a junior (12G-8A), guiding team to sectional finals while earning honorable mention all-state, all-district, first team all-conference and all-academic honors ... totaled 22G-10A while leading nationally-ranked 2002 team to conference title and state semi's (first team all-state, first team all-conference) ... opened Snider career as 2001 leading scorer with 19G-11A (finalist in semifinal round; second team all-state and all-conference) ... offensive MVP of 2002 north-south all-star game (scored in North's 3-1 win) ... member of three regional championship teams ('01, '02, '04) ... compiled 48-14 career singles record in four years of varsity tennis ... tennis MVP as a freshman (11-3 at #3 singles) and second team all-conference as sophomore (#2 singles) ... #1 singles player and honorable mention all-state doubles performer as a junior and senior (first team all-conference/all-area both seasons) ... tennis captain and co-MVP as senior (academic all-state) ... member of National Honor Society (4.03 GPA) ... Young Life leader, school paper sports editor, founder and president of Snider's Student Athletic Council, and secretary/district I chair of IHSAA Student Advisory Committee (19 statewide members) ... represented Snider at IHSAA Sportsmanship Seminar and SAC Sportsmanship Conference ... daughter of Michael and Allyson Inglis ... full name is Kerry Kendall Inglis ... born Jan. 12, 1987, in Fort Wayne, Ind. ... graduated as a double major in history and political science from the College of Arts and Letters while earning Dean's List status for her spring semester as a senior.
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