23 Tyler Kelley
23 Tyler Kelley
Height: 6-3
Weight: 175
Year: 2011
Hometown: Saco, ME
High School: Thornton Academy
Position: Guard
Major: Business Management

2010-11: Started all 28 games and averaged 29.1 minutes per contest…registered 14.7 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.1 steals per game…shot 45.4% (147-324) from the field, 44.7% (84-188) from three-point distance and 75% (33-44) from the charity stripe…ranked 13th in all of NCAA DIII Men’s Basketball in three-point percentage…also ranked 29th with 3.0 three-pointers made per contest…led the Monks in scoring in eight different games…paced the Royal Blue, as well as the conference, in three-pointers made…his 84 trifectas ranks as the third-highest single-season total in team history…netted at least 25 points in five contests…netted a career-high 32 points and was a perfect 7-7 from three-point range in a win over Albertus Magnus on January 17th…became the 33rd member of the Monks’ 1,000-point club with 10 points in a win over Emmanuel College on January 31st…dropped 31 in an OT victory over Lasell on February 12th…was 7-12 from beyond the arc and poured in 26 against Mount Ida on February 19th…named GNAC Player of the Week on November 29th…also earned three MMBCWA Weekly Honor Roll accolades…garnered Second Team All-GNAC honors for the second consecutive season…capped his career with 1,149 points, 264 rebounds, 97 assists and 98 steals in 104 contests…leaves the program as the Monks’ all-time leader in three-point percentage (43.9%, 199-453)…also ranks second all-time in 3FG made and third in 3FG attempted.

2009-10: Played in 24 games, starting 21 for the Monks…averaged 26.4 minutes per game…second on the team with 343 total points…tied first on the team with 19 double-digit point game…as a junior, averaged 14.3 points per game and shot 41.1% (51-124) from three-point range during the 2009-10 campaign…ranks as the current career leader in three-point efficiency, with a 43.4% (115-265) success rate from downtown, and captured the Monks' single-season three-point mark when he shot 49.8% (51-124) from beyond the arc…awarded second team all conference for the GNAC…named to the Maine honor roll and GNAC weekly honor roll.

2008-09: Played in 28 games with 26 starts...averaged 24.5 minutes per game...tallied 12.1 PPG and 2.3 RPG...broke the program single-season record for three-point efficiency with a 49.1% (54-110) rate...also led the GNAC in three-point efficiency...shot 50.4% (131-260) from the field and 71.9% (23-32) from the free-throw line...led the Monks in scoring in nine games...reached the 20-point plateau four times and scored double-digits on 18 occasions...scored a career-high 26 points and shot 10-14 from the floor, as well as 5-6 from beyond the arc, against Suffolk on January 7th...paced the Monks with 16 points in the NCAA Tournament against Bridgewater State on March 5th...listed on the GNAC Weekly Honor Roll on January 5th.

2007-08: Appeared in 24 of the 26 games the Monks played...averaged 9.3 minutes and 2.3 points per game...shot 10-of-31 (.323) from behind the arc...had a career high 10 points versus the Mustangs Mount Ida in only 11 minutes of action...grabbed 3 rebounds versus Rivier College...he registered 3 steals versus Emmanuel College...his most impressive outing was in the GNAC playoffs against Johnson and Wales when he scored 8 points shooting a perfect 3-of-3 from the floor including 2-of-2 from the three point line...the numbers, due to limited time in some contests, don't show all of Tyler's contributions and value to the basketball program.

High School: Graduated from Thornton Academy in Saco, Maine...averaged 10.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 2.3 steals his senior year...led his team to a 13-5 record and the semi-finals of the SMAA Conference Tournament...recorded 26 points versus Westbrook, 7 steals versus Sanford and 7 rebounds versus Bonny Eagle High Schools...voted Honorable Mention SMAA Conference, SMAA Senior All Star Game, and Journal Tribune Basketball Player of the Year.

Personal: Tyler Jay Kelley...born on October 14, 1989 in Biddeford, Maine...son of Jay and Tracy Kelley...majoring in Business Management.

CAREER STATISTICS

2009-10 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS

2008-09 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS

2007-08 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS