|Hometown:||West Newbury, Mass.|
|High School:||Pentucket Regional|
D3Hoops.com Second Team All-America: 2019
WBCA All-America Honorable Mention: 2019
Beyond Sports/WBCA Senior All-Star Game: 2019
NEWBA Senior All-Star Game: 2019
Google Cloud Academic All-American 3rd Team: 2019
NEWBA New England Player of the Year: 2019
D3hoops.com 1st Team All-Region: 2019
Google Cloud Academic All-District: 2018, 2019
D3Hoops.com Team of the Week: 12/3/2018, 12/31/2018, 1/21/2019
D3Hoops.com Preseason All-American 3rd Team: 2018
All-GNAC: 1st Team 2017, 2018, 2019
All-GNAC: 2nd Team 2016
GNAC Rookie of the Year 2016
GNAC Player of the Year 2017, 2019
D3Hoops.com 1st Team All-Region 2019
D3Hoops.com 2nd Team All-Region 2018
D3Hoops.com 3rd Team All-Region 2017
NEWBA 1st Team All-Region: 2018, 2019
NEWBA 2nd Team All-Region 2017
MWBCA Player of the Year: 2019
MWBCA Co-Rookie of the Year 2016
GNAC Tournament MVP: 2016, 2017, 2018
GNAC All-Tournament: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
All-MWBCA: 1st Team 2017, 2018, 2019
All-MWBCA: 2nd Team 2016
MWBCA All-Rookie Team 2016
NEWBA Player of the Week: 11/13/2018,
GNAC Player of the Week: 1/8/2018, 1/29/2018, 12/31/2018, 2/11/2019
MWBCA Player of the Week: 1/16/2017, 1/23/2017, 3/2/2017, 12/5/2017, 1/8/2018, 1/17/18, 1/29/2018, 2/19/2018, 11/13/2018, 11/27/2018, 1/14/2019, 2/11/2019
GNAC Rookie of the Week: 11/22/2015, 11/30/2015, 12/7/2015, 1/5/2016, 1/11/2016, 1/25/2016, 2/16/2016
MWBCA Co-Rookie of the Week: 11/22/2015, 11/30/2015, 2/16/2016
MWBCA Rookie of the Week: 1/11/2016, 11/16/2015
ECAC Rookie of the Week: 11/30/2015
GNAC Honor Roll: 12/5/2016, 1/9/2017, 1/16/2017, 1/23/2017, 11/20/2017, 12/4/2017, 12/11/2018, 1/15/2018, 2/12/2018, 2/19/2018, 11/13/2018, 11/19/2018, 11/27/2018, 1/14/2019, 1/21/2019
MWBCA Honor Roll: 12/7/2015, 12/14/2015, 1/25/2015, 2/5/2018, 2/26/2018, 1/21/2019
NEWBA Honor Roll: 11/30/2016, 1/16/2017, 1/23/2017, 3/2/2017, 2/19/2018, 2/26/2018, 11/27/2018, 12/31/2018, 1/21/2019 2/11/2019
GNAC All-Academic: 2017, 2018
2018-19: Played and started in all 30 games as a senior captain…averaged 21.2 points, 6.7 assists, and 3.6 rebounds per game while shooting 43.9% (207-472) from the field, 37.5% (93-248) from three-point range, and 88.4% (129-146) from the free-throw line…averaged 31.1 minutes per contest…netted 636 points with 200 assists, 109 rebounds, 55 steals, and 10 blocked shots…finished the season ranked second in NCAA DIII Women's Basketball in assists (200), third in three-pointers made (93), fourth in points (636), fifth in assists average, sixth in field goals made (207), free-throw percentage, and three-point attempts (248), and ninth in scoring average…became just the second NCAA DIII Women's Basketball player to register at least 200 field goals made and 200 assists in the same season and first since former Christopher-Newport standout Karen Barefoot tallied 273 assists and made 205 field goals during the 1993-94 campaign…led the Monks in scoring in 20 different games and notched five double-doubles…scored 30 or more points four times, including a career-high 40 in a win over Pomona-Pitzer on December 29th…established new SJC single-season records for three-pointers made and attempted, points, and assists and became the first St. Joe's player to average over 20 points per game since the 1994-95 season when Danielle Bouchard '95 netted 22.2 PPG…poured in 37 points and was 7-11 from three-point distance in a win over Southern Maine on November 25th…registered her first double-double of the season with 20 points and 12 assists versus Bates on December 1st…was 6-7 from downtown with 26 points at Occidental on December 30th…broke the Monks’ career scoring record – formerly held by Kendra Coates ’91 with 1,775 points – in a 75-52 victory over Colby-Sawyer on January 15th…dropped 30 points in a victory over Emmanuel on February 5th…netted 29 points with seven assists in a GNAC Tournament win over Johnson & Wales on February 19th…became the first player in program history to reach the 2,000-point plateau with 18 points in a GNAC Tournament semifinal win over Suffolk on February 21st…in her final collegiate contest, scored 30 points in 29 minutes in an NCAA Tournament loss at the hands of Ithaca College...garnered WBCA All-America Honorable Mention, GNAC Player of the Year, NEWBA Player of the Year, MWBCA Player of the Year, First Team All-Conference, D3Hoops.com First Team All-Northeast, NEWBA First Team All-Region, Google Cloud Third Team Academic All-District®, and Google Cloud Third Team Academic All-America® honors…selected to play in the Beyond Sports/WBCA Senior All-Star Game in Salem, Virginia as well as the NEWBA Senior All-Star Classic…during her senior season she eclipsed the Monks' career records for points (2,067), assists (621), three-pointers made (327) and attempted (856), and field goal attempts (1,660)…also moved up the SJC career leaderboard in games (118, 2nd), field goals made (677, 2nd), free throws made (386, 2nd), assists average (5.3, 2nd), free throw percentage (83.5%, 3rd), scoring average (17.5, 3rd), three-point percentage (38.2%, 4th), free throws attempted (462, 6th), and steals (204, 9th)…capped her senior campaign as the NCAA DIII Women's Basketball active leader in three-pointers made and attempted and is ranked second in assists, third in games and points, fifth in assists average and field goal attempts, sixth in three-pointers per game (2.77), seventh in field goals made and three-point attempts per game (7.25), 10th in free throw percentage, 11th in free throws made, and 14th in scoring average…during her career St. Joe's posted a 103-15 (.873) overall record – the most victories by a senior class in program history - with a 53-2 (.964) mark in conference play, three GNAC Championships, and four NCAA Tournament appearances.
2017-18: Played and started in all 30 games…averaged 18.8 points, 3.4 rebounds, 5.6 assists, and 1.8 steals per game…shot 42.3% (187-442) from the floor, 39.6% (90-227) from three-point range, and 81.8% (99-121) from the FT line…led all NCAA DIII Northeast Region players in total points (563) and ranked second in the region in assists (169), assists average and three-pointers made (90), fourth in three-pointers per game (3.0), and sixth in three-pointers attempted (227)…led the conference in three-pointers made, assists and points and ranked third in field goals made (187) and fourth in three-point percentage, assist/turnover ratio (1.8), and scoring average…garnered First Team All-GNAC, First Team All-State, CoSIDA Academic All-District, NEWBA First Team All-New England and D3hoops.com Second Team All-Northeast accolades…selected as the GNAC Tournament MVP for the third-consecutive season after averaging 27.0 points and 6.3 assists in three tourney contests…scored at least 10 points in all 30 games and heads into her senior season having reached double-digit point totals in 41 straight contests and 75 of 88 career games overall…kicked off the season with 17 points and six assists in an 80-53 victory at Maine Maritime on November 15th…tallied 15 points, six assists, and six rebounds in a 76-71 overtime win at Keene State three days later…scored 23 points with five boards and went 7-8 from the FT line in a 69-55 triumph at Emmanuel College on December 2nd… became just the seventh Saint Joseph's player to surpass the 1,000-point plateau during their junior season with 19 points in just 19 minutes versus Rivier on December 9th…netted 28 points with three blocked shots and was 11-11 from the FT line in a win at Bates College on January 2nd…scored 24 points with six steals, four assists, and two boards in a 62-38 win at Simmons nine days later…registered back-to-back double-doubles with 14 points and 10 assists at Rivier on January 13th and 14 points and 10 dimes versus Mount Ida three days later…was 7-12 from three-point distance with 31 points in a comeback victory at Suffolk on January 27th…tallied 18 points, six assists, and seven rebounds in 21 minutes at USJ on February 3rd…scored 17 points with nine assists against Suffolk on February 6th…netted 26 points with seven assists in a GNAC quarterfinal win over Mount Ida on February 20th…was 10-12 from the FT line with 31 points, five assists, and four rebounds in a GNAC semifinal triumph over Albertus Magnus two days later…scored 24 points with seven assists in a GNAC Championship victory over Suffolk on February 24th…netted 30 points in a narrow NCAA Tournament second-round setback at #1 Amherst College on March 3rd...completed her third collegiate campaign with 1, 431 points, the eighth-highest total in team history…also broke the Monks' career records for three-pointers made (234) and attempted (608) during her junior season…goes into her senior season as the NCAA DIII active career leader in three-pointers made and ranked second among active players in assists and fourth in points.
2016-17: Played and started in all 29 games as a sophomore point guard…averaged 31.5 minutes per game…led the Monks in scoring (16.1 PPG), three-pointers made (79), free-throws made (87), free-throw percentage (.806), assists (135), steals (47), and blocked shots (10)…shattered the Monks' single-season three-pointers made and attempted (217) records (previous marks: 68 & 179, respectively)… already ranks fifth in program history in career trifectas made with 144 three-point field goals in two seasons…tallied 17 points and nine assists in the Monks’ season-opening win over Maine Maritime on November 15th…netted 16 points in GNAC wins over Lasell College and Albertus Magnus College on December 1st and 3rd, respectively…poured in 19 with four assists and three boards in a triumph over Regis (Mass.) on January 5th…scored 18 with nine assists and three steals at Johnson & Wales University five days later…netted 29 off a 10-15 shooting effort, including a 5-7 mark from three-point range, in a win over Rivier University on January 14th…scored 30 with six caroms while going 8-12 from downtown in a victory at Anna Maria College two days later…notched her first collegiate double-double with 10 points and a career-high 11 assists against Anna Maria on January 28th…netted 22 with five assists and was 8-8 from the charity stripe in a victory over Emmanuel College on February 8th…posted 31 points, seven assists, and four rebounds in an overtime GNAC Semifinal win over Johnson & Wales on February 23rd…scored 24 with five assists and five boards in a thrilling GNAC Championship victory over Emmanuel two days later…capped her sophomore campaign by scoring 17 in an NCAA Tournament loss at the hands of Tufts University on March 3rd…following the season, earned GNAC Player of the Year, First Team All-GNAC, GNAC Tournament Most Valuable Player, GNAC All-Tournament Team, First Team All-MWBCA, NEWBA Second Team All-New England, and D3Hoops.com Third Team All-Region accolades…selected as the MWBCA Player of the Week twice and listed on the NEWBA weekly honor roll on four occasions…with 466 points as a sophomore, she netted the highest total by an SJC player since Danielle Bouchard '95 scored 621 (program record) during the 1994-95 campaign…also has scored the most points (868) through two seasons of any player in SJC women's basketball team history.
2015-16: Started 28 out of 29 games as a freshman guard...shot 39% from the field, 39% from behind the arc, and 81% from the line...averaged 27 minutes (T-most on team) and 13.9 points per game (2nd on team)...tallied 87 rebounds, 4 blocks, 117 assists (1st on team), and 50 steals (1st on team) in her electrifying freshman campaign...garnered GNAC Rookie of the Year,GNAC 2nd Team, MWBCA Co-Rookie of the Year, All-MWBCA 2nd Team, and MWBCA All-Rookie Team...was listed as a GNAC Rookie of the Week seven times, MWBCA Co-Rookie of the Week three times, MWBCA Rookie of the Week two times, and ECAC Rookie of the Week one time...also racked up 402 points (2nd on team) during her time this year...scored nine points in her college debut vs. Wellesley on November 13th...netted 18 points in a win over Husson on November 19th...came back two days later and scored 15 points in a win over Maine Maritime Academy...recorded a season-high 35 points in a win over cross-town rival Southern Maine on November 29th...had seven assists and 14 points in a win over Fisher on December 12th...recorded 25 points in a conference win over Albertus Magnus on January 9th...tallied six rebounds, four assists, and netted 20 points in the GNAC Championship win over Emmanuel on February 27th...won GNAC Tournament MVP because of her play in the tourney.
High School: Played four years of varsity basketball for her father, John, at Pentucket High School...making the state tournament each year...the team had a combined 87-15 record over those four years...earned two trips to play in the state semi-finals at the Boston Garden and a State Championship in 2012...joined 1,000-point club and became the All-Time leading scorer at Pentucket for both boys and girls with 1,258 points...holds the single season scoring record of 461 points her senior season...averaged 18.5 points per game with 54 three point field goals along with 5 assists and 4 steals per game her senior year...captain both her junior and senior Seasons...selected Boston Globe All-Scholastic and Boston Herald All-Scholastic as well as Lawrence Eagle Tribune Player of the Year her senior season...also Cape Ann Player of the Year and four-time Cape Ann All-league selection.
Personal: Kelsi Marie McNamara, born in Boston, Massachusetts...daughter of John and Tricia McNamara...majoring in Elementary Education.
|Feb 16||Lasell||W, 90-48|
|Feb 19||Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 99-75|
|Feb 21||Suffolk||W, 84-51|
|Feb 23||Emmanuel (Mass.)||L, 65-64|
|Mar 1||vs. MIT||W, 68-61|
|Mar 2||at Ithaca||L, 74-63|
|Minutes per game||31.1||30.2|
|Rebounds per game||3.6||3.8|
|Assist to turnover ratio||2.4||4.4|
|Points per game||21.2||19.3|
|Points per 40 min||27.2||25.6|
|Nov 9||vs. Eastern Nazarene||W, 72-47||1||29||8-15||53.3||4-8||50.0||5-6||83.3||25|
|Nov 10||vs. Framingham St.||W, 72-59||1||36||6-19||31.6||2-8||25.0||8-8||100.0||22|
|Nov 13||Thomas (ME)||W, 87-50||1||25||8-13||61.5||3-6||50.0||3-3||100.0||22|
|Nov 25||at Southern Me.||W, 71-51||1||36||12-18||66.7||7-11||63.6||6-12||50.0||37|
|Nov 28||at U. of New England||W, 71-55||1||35||5-14||35.7||2-7||28.6||6-6||100.0||18|
|Dec 1||Bates||W, 93-71||1||32||8-14||57.1||3-8||37.5||1-1||100.0||20|
|Dec 4||Maine Maritime||W, 79-58||1||31||7-15||46.7||1-6||16.7||6-6||100.0||21|
|Dec 6||Colby||W, 73-58||1||27||4-13||30.8||0-5||0.0||8-11||72.7||16|
|Dec 8||at Husson||W, 60-49||1||36||3-11||27.3||2-7||28.6||4-4||100.0||12|
|Dec 13||Me.-Farmington||W, 92-48||1||22||6-10||60.0||2-4||50.0||0-0||-||14|
|Dec 29||at Pomona-Pitzer||W, 74-70||1||37||12-18||66.7||4-8||50.0||12-12||100.0||40|
|Dec 30||at Occidental||W, 69-50||1||30||9-14||64.3||6-7||85.7||2-2||100.0||26|
|Jan 8||at Regis (Mass.)||W, 77-65||1||37||4-22||18.2||1-11||9.1||4-4||100.0||13|
|Jan 10||Albertus Magnus||W, 77-63||1||36||8-19||42.1||5-14||35.7||3-4||75.0||24|
|Jan 12||St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 71-39||1||20||6-11||54.5||4-7||57.1||1-1||100.0||17|
|Jan 15||Colby-Sawyer||W, 75-52||1||32||9-16||56.3||3-5||60.0||1-2||50.0||22|
|Jan 19||at Anna Maria||W, 75-62||1||28||6-17||35.3||5-15||33.3||8-8||100.0||25|
|Jan 24||at Simmons||W, 72-45||1||30||7-16||43.8||1-8||12.5||4-4||100.0||19|
|Jan 26||Suffolk||W, 77-63||1||32||6-22||27.3||2-10||20.0||5-6||83.3||19|
|Jan 31||at Rivier||W, 105-68||1||21||4-10||40.0||2-6||33.3||2-2||100.0||12|
|Feb 2||at Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 85-59||1||26||8-16||50.0||2-6||33.3||2-3||66.7||20|
|Feb 5||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 79-69||1||39||11-24||45.8||3-10||30.0||5-6||83.3||30|
|Feb 10||Me.-Fort Kent||W, 76-54||1||29||4-10||40.0||2-6||33.3||7-7||100.0||17|
|Feb 14||at Norwich||W, 72-49||1||36||2-11||18.2||1-4||25.0||6-6||100.0||11|
|Feb 16||Lasell||W, 90-48||1||25||6-17||35.3||4-12||33.3||4-4||100.0||20|
|Feb 19||Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 99-75||1||31||10-16||62.5||5-7||71.4||4-4||100.0||29|
|Feb 21||Suffolk||W, 84-51||1||32||7-14||50.0||4-8||50.0||0-0||-||18|
|Feb 23||Emmanuel (Mass.)||L, 65-64||1||39||6-19||31.6||5-12||41.7||1-2||50.0||18|
|Mar 1||vs. MIT||W, 68-61||1||36||7-17||41.2||3-7||42.9||2-2||100.0||19|
|Mar 2||at Ithaca||L, 74-63||1||29||8-21||38.1||5-15||33.3||9-10||90.0||30|
|Nov 9||vs. Eastern Nazarene||W, 72-47||1||29||0||4||4||6||2||3.0||2||0||0||-|
|Nov 10||vs. Framingham St.||W, 72-59||1||36||1||3||4||5||3||1.7||2||0||2||-|
|Nov 13||Thomas (ME)||W, 87-50||1||25||0||1||1||5||2||2.5||4||0||1||-|
|Nov 25||at Southern Me.||W, 71-51||1||36||0||2||2||3||2||1.5||1||0||2||-|
|Nov 28||at U. of New England||W, 71-55||1||35||0||4||4||8||6||1.3||5||1||2||-|
|Dec 1||Bates||W, 93-71||1||32||0||3||3||12||3||4.0||2||0||2||-|
|Dec 4||Maine Maritime||W, 79-58||1||31||0||2||2||5||4||1.3||1||1||1||-|
|Dec 6||Colby||W, 73-58||1||27||0||2||2||6||4||1.5||0||0||3||-|
|Dec 8||at Husson||W, 60-49||1||36||0||3||3||11||4||2.8||1||0||0||-|
|Dec 13||Me.-Farmington||W, 92-48||1||22||0||3||3||6||1||6.0||3||0||0||-|
|Dec 29||at Pomona-Pitzer||W, 74-70||1||37||0||9||9||3||4||0.8||1||0||3||-|
|Dec 30||at Occidental||W, 69-50||1||30||0||2||2||1||2||0.5||2||0||1||-|
|Jan 8||at Regis (Mass.)||W, 77-65||1||37||0||4||4||11||1||11.0||3||1||1||-|
|Jan 10||Albertus Magnus||W, 77-63||1||36||1||3||4||13||4||3.3||1||0||0||-|
|Jan 12||St. Joseph (Conn.)||W, 71-39||1||20||0||2||2||7||1||7.0||2||1||0||-|
|Jan 15||Colby-Sawyer||W, 75-52||1||32||0||6||6||7||2||3.5||0||0||2||-|
|Jan 19||at Anna Maria||W, 75-62||1||28||1||2||3||9||2||4.5||2||1||1||-|
|Jan 24||at Simmons||W, 72-45||1||30||1||5||6||5||5||1.0||3||1||1||-|
|Jan 26||Suffolk||W, 77-63||1||32||0||6||6||9||1||9.0||1||0||3||-|
|Jan 31||at Rivier||W, 105-68||1||21||0||5||5||11||0||-||0||0||0||-|
|Feb 2||at Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 85-59||1||26||1||1||2||5||3||1.7||2||0||2||-|
|Feb 5||Emmanuel (Mass.)||W, 79-69||1||39||0||3||3||8||1||8.0||3||2||3||-|
|Feb 10||Me.-Fort Kent||W, 76-54||1||29||0||3||3||7||4||1.8||2||1||0||-|
|Feb 14||at Norwich||W, 72-49||1||36||0||2||2||3||0||-||2||0||1||-|
|Feb 16||Lasell||W, 90-48||1||25||0||2||2||9||2||4.5||0||0||2||-|
|Feb 19||Johnson & Wales (RI)||W, 99-75||1||31||4||1||5||7||2||3.5||0||0||1||-|
|Feb 21||Suffolk||W, 84-51||1||32||2||3||5||6||5||1.2||2||0||0||-|
|Feb 23||Emmanuel (Mass.)||L, 65-64||1||39||1||2||3||5||3||1.7||2||0||1||-|
|Mar 1||vs. MIT||W, 68-61||1||36||0||5||5||6||7||0.9||6||1||2||-|
|Mar 2||at Ithaca||L, 74-63||1||29||0||4||4||1||5||0.2||0||0||4||-|
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