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Kelly Jaminski
Kelly Jaminski

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

High School:
Lincoln High School

Height:
6-0

Position:
Defense

Shoots:
L

Game Photo
Jaminski scored the first short-handed goal of her career against Boston University on Oct. 28, 2011.

Kelly Jaminski Photo Gallery

Honors: All-WCHA Academic Team (2013-14).

2013-2014: Tallied one assist for one point in Wisconsin's 3-0 victory over Minnesota State in its season-opening game (Oct. 4)...recorded one assist in the Badgers' 4-1 defeat of St. Cloud State (Oct. 18)...tallied her third assist of the season in the series conclusion against Lindenwood, a contest the team won 4-1 (Oct. 26)...scored her first goal of the season in the Badgers' 3-2 win over Northeastern (Nov. 15)...recorded two assists in Wisconsin's 5-0 defeat of Boston University (Nov. 16)...marked her sixth assist of the season in the team's 5-0 shutout of Bemidji State (Dec. 8)...scored a goal in the Badgers' 4-0 defeat of St. Cloud State (Jan. 4)...scored the team's lone goal, unassisted,in its 4-1 loss to North Dakota (Jan. 11)...tallied an assist in UW's 4-1 victory over North Dakota (Jan. 12)...scored her fourth goal of the season in the team's 3-0 shutout of Ohio State (Feb. 7).

2012-13: Recorded one assist in the season opener against Minnesota State on Sept. 28 ... scored one goal against Lindenwood on Oct. 5 ... recorded one assist against Bemidji State on Oct. 21 ... recorded one assist against New Hampshire on Oct. 26 ... assisted two goals at St. Cloud State on Feb. 8 ... netted one goal and recorded two assists in Bemidji State series (Feb. 22-23)

2011-12:
Played in all 40 games ... had 14 points on five goals and nine assists... scored first career shorthanded goal in Wisconsin's 3-0 win over then-ranked No. 3 Boston University (Oct. 28)... recored one goal and one assist in UW's 6-4 win over then-ranked No. 5/6 Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 22)... scored first and second career goals against Lindenwood (Sept. 23)... +30 plus/minus rating.

2010-11: Played in all 41 games ... had 10 points on 10 assists ... had a plus-24 plus/minus rating ... recorded 16 shots ... made collegiate debut against RPI (Oct. 1) ... recorded first career point with an assist at Minnesota (Nov. 5) ... recorded a career series-high two points against Robert Morris (Nov. 19-20) ... had a three-game point streak (Jan. 2-8) ... had first career multi-point game with two assists against Mercyhurst (Jan. 2) ... attended the 2010 USA Hockey Women's Winter Training Camp (Dec. 26-31) at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn.

Prep: Served as co-captain of the Wisconsin Rapids Boys AAA Bantam hockey team as a freshman ... competed for the Girls U19 Madison Capitols AAA hockey team as a sophomore ... competed for the Girls U19 AAA Little Caesars hockey team in Detroit as a junior and senior ... served as an assistant captain as a senior while playing with UW teammate Madison Packer ... attended National Development Camps in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... competed for the Boys Central WI AAA summer hockey team ... also competed in varsity volleyball and track and field in high school ... earned Most Improved Player in volleyball as a freshman ... highest honor roll ... received student-athlete award as a freshman ... Key Club member ... freshman and sophomore class president ... pre-med club member ... Earth Society member ... student council member ... volunteered at local humane society, Polish Veterans Home and Neighborhood Table

Personal: Mother is Terri Thrun ... shoots left ... has two older brothers, Korey and Kevin ... Korey is a sophomore at UW and Kevin is a junior at UW Stevens Point ... intends to major in biology in hopes of pursuing a career in the medical field ... enjoys traveling, running, snowboarding, snowmobiling, spending time with family and friends, biking and swimming ... started playing hockey at age three after watching her older brothers play ... role models are her mom and brother Korey ... favorite sport other than hockey is volleyball

Why Wisconsin?
"I'm from Wisconsin, and I love everything about it. I love the small town feel Madison gives off and the atmosphere that the city of Madison has for its college students. Ever since I was little I dreamt of becoming a Badger and now it has come true! My brother Korey attends the University and we're really close, so that also contributed to my decision. A few reasons why I chose Wisconsinare the opportunity to go to the school of my dreams within driving distance of home near my family and friends, and with excellent academics, how couldn't I?

"Overall, being signed to the Badgers is truly a gift and I'm extremely grateful to have been chosen by such an awesome school. I look forward to being coached by some of the best coaches in the nation and I know my journey is not over yet. This is just the beginning to another chapter in my life, and I'm looking forward to every minute of it!"

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Jaminski's Career Statistics as of March 2, 2014

Season GP Goals Assists Pts Shots Shot % Pen.-Min. +/- PPG SHG GWG
2010-11 41 0 10 10 16 .000 3-6 +24 0 0 0
2011-12 40 5 9 14 57 .088 6-12 +30 1 1 0
2012-13 35 2 7 9 46 .043 9-18 +6 0 0 0
2013-14 36 4 7 11 56 .071 5-10 +11 0 0 0
Career 152 11 33 44 175 .063 23-46 +81 1 1 0

Jaminski's Career WCHA Statistics as of March 2, 2014

Season GP Goals Assists Pts Shots Shot % Pen.-Min. +/- PPG SHG GWG
2010-11 28 0 6 6 11 .000 3-6 +16 0 0 0
2011-12 28 2 3 5 41 .049 3-6 +11 0 0 0
2012-13 28 1 6 7 33 .030 7-14 +9 0 0 0
2013-14 28 3 4 7 42 .071 3-6 +9 0 0 0
Career 112 6 19 25 127 .047 16-32 +45 0 0 0
Career Game Highs
Goals 2; vs. Lindenwood, Sept. 23, 2011
Assists 3; vs. Lindenwood, Sept. 23, 2011
Points 5; vs. Lindenwood, Sept. 23, 2011
Point streak 3 games; Jan. 4 - Jan. 12, 2014
Career multi-point games 6

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