Shae Kelley


 

  • Height: 6' 1" (1.79m)

  • Position: Forward

  • Nationality: American

  • College: Minnesota

Shae Kelley Scouting Report:

Shae Kelley is a physical, yet very skilled 4/5.  She can stretch the defense out to the 3 point line or dominate them in the paint.  She can start the fast break and finish the break.  She battles with bigger players all the time and is a matchup nightmare.  Defensively, she can guard positions 2-5 and uses her great athleticism to stay in front of players.

 

 

 

 

Profile

2021-2022: San Martino (Italy – D1 – starting 5) – 18.4 ppg, 11.5 rpg, 3.2agp, FGP: 48.9%, 3PT: 28%, FT: 61.2%

2020-21: Elitzur Holon (Israel – D1 – Starting five) – 18.3ppg, 10.6rpg, 3.8apg, FGP: 49.4%, FT: 69.4%

 

 

Career Honors and Awards
2015
First Team All-Big Ten (media)

Second Team All-Big Ten (coaches)
3x Big Ten Player of the Week (Nov. 24, Jan. 19, Feb. 16)
2x Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll (Nov. 17, Dec. 15)

2014-15
 Â· Senior Season: In her first season of play for the Gophers, she was named to the All-Big Ten First Team by media and All-Big Ten Second Team by coaches.· listed among the nation's top under-the-radar stars by espnW. earned Big Ten weekly honors five times during the season, which included three player of the week accolades · led the team in steals, field goal attempts and free throw attempts · ranked second on the team in points, scoring average, field goal percentage, field goals, free throws, rebounds, rebounding average, offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds, blocks and minutes played · overall, ranked sixth in the Big Ten in scoring, offensive rebounds and double-doubles, seventh in rebounds and defensive rebounds and 15th in steals · in league only games, ranked fifth in scoring (17.8) and seventh in rebounding (9.7), offensive rebounds (3.3) and defensive rebounds (6.4) · scored 10 or more points in 28 of the Gophers' 33 games played · had 10+ rebounds in 15 games for the Gophers · scored 20 or more points in 14 contests and 30 or more points in 1 game · tied for sixth in the Big Ten with 14 double-doubles on the season · averaged 14.0 points, 9.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game against ranked opponents · Gophers finished the year 11-3 overall when Kelley led the team in scoring · averaged 24.5 points, 10.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals per game at the 2015 B1G Tournament · her 26 points vs. Purdue were the most by a Gopher in a B1G Tournament game since Jamie Broback's 28 in 2005.

Prior to Minnesota:
 Named to the 2014 All-Conference USA First Team as a member of the Old Dominion women's basketball team · surpassed 1,000 career points in just her second year at ODU, becoming just the fifth Lady Monarch to do so · averaged 17.8 points and 9.7 rebounds per game · led the team in total points (605), rebounds (331), field goals made (225), free throws (151), blocked shots (42), steals (61), starts (34) and minutes per game (33.6) · ranked No. 17 nationally with 17 double-doubles · scored a career-high 32 points versus ECU · named to the 2014 VaSID All-State First Team · as a junior, her 6.9 defensive rebounds per game ranked third in C-USA standings, while her 1.8 steals and 1.2 blocks per game ranked 10th and 12th, respectively · named MVP of the Basketball Hall of Fame Tournament · garnered C-USA Player of the Week honors for the first time in program history on Dec. 9 · was the only underclassman named to the All-Colonial Athletic Association Second Team as a sophomore · earned a spot on the CAA All-Defensive Team · ranked in the top-10 in the league in points, rebounds, blocks, steals and field goal percentage · led the team with 13.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game, while she paced the squad with a .497 field goal percentage, 73 steals and 36 blocked shots · played one season at Northwest Florida State · earned Junior College All-America honors after averaging 13.7 points and 7.6 rebounds per game · finished the season ranked as the No. 9 overall junior college player and No. 3 at her position · named the Panhandle Conference Freshman of the Year and garnered First Team All-Panhandle Conference accolades · named Ms. Colorado Basketball by the Denver Post and led Denver East High School to the school's first state championship as a senior.