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#22 Chelsi Abbott
Position: Forward
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Woodstock, Ontario
High School: St. Mary’s HS
Major: Biology (3.92 GPA)
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Chelsi Abbott
Courtesy: CMU Athletic Communications
Release: 01/17/2012

Part of program's all-time winningest class with 60 career wins.

2011: [Match-by-Match] Started all 21 contests ... Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District V second team selection ... NSCAA Scholar All-Central Second Team ... Academic All-MAC ... finished season tied for second on team with three goals ... led team with 37 shots and 18 shots on goal ... scored game-winning goal in overtime at Louisville (9/4) and at Wisconsin (9/14) ... played a season-high 103 minutes at Akron (9/23).

2010: [Match-by-Match]  Started 18 matches … one of nine Chippewas to appear in every match  … part of Chippewa offense that finished first in Mid-American Conference play in shots, points, goals and goals per game ... played a season-high 82 minutes at Kent State (10/10) ... fired a season-high four shots at Toledo (10/22) ... named Academic All-MAC.

2009: [Match-by-Match] First-team All-MAC selection … played in all 24 matches, including 16 starts, at forward … second on the team with 12 points on five goals and two assists … four of her tallies were game-winners (second in the MAC) … recorded 10 points (second in the MAC) on four goals and two assists in conference play … attempted 26 shots, 12 of which were on goal … scored her first collegiate goal in the season-opener at IPFW (8/22) … scored the match’s lone goal in four straight matches; versus Miami (10/11), at Northern Illinois (10/16), at Western Michigan (10/18) and versus Bowling Green (10/23) … named MAC Offensive Player of the Week (10/19) after her performances at Northern Illinois and Western Michigan.

2008: [Match-by-Match] Played in 13 contests ... made first start and first career apperance at Valparaiso (9/19) ... fired eight shots with six reaching the keeper.

High School:
Earned 10 letters, including four each in soccer and volleyball and two in hockey ... led soccer team in goals and assists ... won a pair of conference championships (2005 and 2006) ... OFSAA bronze medalist in 2005 ... played for club team London Supernova ... club squad won four Ontario Cup/Provincial championships (2002, 2004, 2006 and 2007) and two Canadian national championship titles (2004 and 2006) ... part of the player pool for the U19 Canadian National Team in 2006 ... was a right side hitter and libero on the volleyball team ... named team MVP in 2006 ... played right wing on the hockey team ... named Most Improved Player ... won high school’s Top Female Athlete award ... honors student ... played violin in school orchestra.

Season GP Minutes Goals Assists Points Shots Shot% SOG SOG% GW PK-Att
2008 13 397 0 0 0 8 .000 6 .750 0 0-0
2009 24 1229 5 2 12 26 .192 12 .462 4 0-0
2010 22 1337 2 1 5 42 .048 20 .476 2 0-0
2011 21 1571 3 0 6 37 .081 18 .486 2 0-0
TOTAL 80 4534 10 3 23 113 .088 56 .496 8 0-0