As a junior: Saw action in 13 games in net for Bryant in 2011, earning 10 starts ... Finished the season with one shutout ... Stopped a team-high 47 saves for a .746 save percentage and logged 1060:06 of action in net ... Finished the year with a 4-6-1 record ... Held opponents to a 1.36 goals-against average ... Turned aside three shots for a 1-0 shutout of George Washington on Sept. 11 ... Was in net for all 110 minutes of a scoreless draw against New Hampshire on Sept. 18 ... Registered a season-high eight saves over UMass on Sept. 4, and again on Oct. 2 at Albany ... Turned aside seven shots in that game versus New Hampshire.
As a sophomore: Appeared in 14 games with 12 starts as the Bulldogs' top netminder in 2010 ... Played more than 1173 minutes in goal, making 54 saves and allowing just 18 goals for a 1.38 goals against average on the year ... Boasted a .750 save percentage for the second-straight season ... Recorded a pair of complete-game shutouts, coming in back-to-back outings at Sacred Heart and against Robert Morris Oct. 3 and 8 ... Finished the year with a 3-8-2 record.
As a freshman: Appeared in seven contests between the pipes, starting in five ... Made 39 saves and allowed just 13 goals against during 542:54 minutes played ... Sported a 2.16 goals against average and a .750 save percentage.
Before Bryant: Four-year varsity letterwinner for coach Michael Wright at Mahwah High School ... Helped lead team to NBIL League Championship in 2007 ... Two-time all-league selection (2007, 2008) and two-time all-league honorable mention (2005, 2006) ... Four-year High Honor Roll student ... Member of Minds in Motion and Athletes in Action at Mahwah ... New Jersey State Championship in 2006 and 2007, allowing no goals in both finals ... Regional Player honoree in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... U.S. Youth Club, Region I Champions in 2005.
Personal: Daughter of Scott and Lucille Jacob, Kelsi Marie Jacob was born July 15, 1991 ... Has one brother, Dylan, and one sister, Meghan.
Career Game Highs
Goals Allowed: 0, six times (last vs. New Hampshire, Sept. 18, 2011)
Minutes: 110:00, three times (last vs. New Hampshire, Sept. 18, 2011)
Saves: 14 vs. Mount St. Mary's (Oct. 11, 2009)