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2001 – Voted second-team All-SEC… Named to the Verizon Academic All-District IV first team, posting a 3.81 as a Marketing major… Selected to the Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes Region second team… Tied the single-game assists mark of three and added the game-winning goal in a 6-0 shutout of Michigan State… Recorded the game-winning goal at South Carolina and the game-winner against Auburn that solidified a berth in the SEC Tournament for the Wildcats… Dented the net at the 26:28 mark to put UK up 2-0 en route to a 3-0 shutout of Utah… Ranks third on UK’s career points (75), shots (183) and goals (28) lists… Led UK with three game-winning goals… Injured knee in the SEC semifinal game against Florida… Missed NCAA Tournament game at Clemson… Started in all 62 games played in her career.
2000 – Named to NSCAA Regional All-America third team… Selected to Soccer Buzz All-Great Lakes Region second team… Named first-team All-SEC… Named SEC Player of the Week… Selected to Soccer America Team of the Week on Aug. 30… Tallied 11 goals, 87 shots, and 31 points, leading the team in those categories… Moved up to fourth on UK’s all-time list for career points with 61… Took 87 shots to move into the top spot and scored 31 points to move to second place on UK’s all-time list… Her nine assists in 2000 placed her third on the individual season all-time list… Scored the game-winning goal against Vanderbilt in the second sudden-death overtime to win 3-2… Her goal in the game against Evansville snapped a 320 home scoreless minute streak for the Purple Aces… Scored the game-winning goal in five games… Had a goal or an assist in seven straight games… SEC Academic Honor Roll… Academic All-District IV.
1999 – Named SEC Freshman of the Year and honorable mention All-America by Soccer Buzz… Selected first-team Freshman All-America by Soccer Buzz… Named second-team All-SEC… Chosen bySoccer Times as the National Player of the Week on Nov. 2… Named to the Soccer America Team of the Week and SEC Player of the Week twice during the season… Named first-team All-Great Lakes Region by the NSCAA and Soccer Buzz… Tallied 13 goals, four assists, and 30 points during her rookie campaign… Totals for goals and points is the highest for any UK freshman in history… Her 13 goals and 30 points ranks second all-time in a single-season next to teammate Annie Gage… Broke the UK school mark for game-winning goals in a single season with six… Scored the game-winning goal UK’s 3-2 win over San Diego State and 1-0 over UNLV… Scored a goal and tallied an assist in the Cats’ 4-1 win at Arkansas… In the SEC/Big Ten Challenge, scored the game-winner in a 2-0 victory over Minnesota… Two days later, scored the game-winning goal in double-overtime as UK defeated 19th-ranked Michigan 1-0 on Senior Day… Recorded the game-winner in UK’s 3-0 win over Tennessee… Assisted on both Elizabeth Ramsey goals including the game-winner as UK scored a 2-1 overtime win at South Carolina… Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the spring… SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Pre-College – Four-year letterman at Daniel Boone High School… First-team All-State selection… 1999 Berks County Soccer Player of the Year… Named All-County and All-Division1996-99… Three-year team captain… Holds school record (both boys and girls) for career goals (127), career assists (32), and career total points (286)… Single-season record holder forpoints with 104 her senior year… Scored 49 goals and tallied six assists in 1999… Named Channel 5 Athlete of the Week… Led her club team, F.C. Delco in scoring… Team won Orange Classic and was named tournament MVP… Won State Cup Championship in 1997 and 1998… Named State Cup MVP in 1995 and 1997… Jefferson Cup Finalist in 1998… Lettered in field hockey four years and was selected All-Division and All-County twice… Member of the National Honor Society… Named “Who’s Who Among American High School Students”… U.S. Army Reserve Scholar-Athlete Award winner… Secretary of Navy Schools Leadership Award winner… Was awarded the Optimist Club, Rotary Club, and Ambucs Outstanding Student Awards in 1999.
Personal – Full name is Keri Lynn Boyce… Parents are James and Cheryl Boyce… Lists being selected to the USYSA Region 1 Team and competing in Florida as her most memorable moment insports… Chose UK because she really liked the campus and atmosphere, she loved the girls on the team and because she wanted to play at a high level of competition… Chose the Wildcats over Vanderbilt, Penn State, and James Madison… Hobbies include listening to music and hanging outwith friends.