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  Kelty Luber
Kelty Luber

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Beaverton, OR

High School:
Westview

Height:
6-2

Position:
2-Meter/Defender

Birthdate:
09/17/1982

Major:
Spanish and Portuguese

Briefly: "Kelton's leg strength and determination make her a strong defender and powerful outside shooter."

Summer of 2004: Played for Stanford Club Team, helped team to earn 2nd place at Senior Nationals.... MVP of Senior National Tournament.

As a junior in 2004: Helped Stanford to a third-place finish at NCAAs... tallied 13 goals...Academic All-American... MPSF Academic All-Conference.

As a sophomore in 2003: Recorded 17 goals, including a career-high three scores at Pacific ... Scored at least one goal in 14 games throughout the season ... Tallied three goals at MPSF Tournament and two at NCAA Tournament ... Recorded one of only three goals in NCAA Tournament championship game ... Notched two goals each against UC Davis, the U.S. National Team and Hawaii ... Named MPSF Academic All-Conference.

Summer of 2002: Helped capture a pair of second-place finishes at the U.S. Junior and Senior Nationals with the Stanford Club Team ... Garnered All-America honors and was named Best Defensive Player at the Junior Nationals.

As a freshman in 2002: Had 11 goals in her freshman campaign at Stanford ... Recorded her first career goal against Santa Barbara in the Stanford Invitational ... Had two goals vs. Hawai'i in the first game of the MPSF Tournament ... Finished the MPSF Championships with three scores ... Tallied two goals against UC Irvine and at San Jose State.

High School: First Team All-State Tournament and All-League as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Named the state's Most Valuable Player in 2000 ... Member of the Tualatin Hills Water Polo Club Team ... Four-year letterwinner in both water polo and swimming ... Captain of swimming team as a senior ... Holds the All-American relay swimming records from 1998-2001.

Personal: Born Sept. 17, 1982, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Daughter of Price and Jani Luber ... Twin sister, Hannah, is also a member of the Stanford water polo team ... Her most exciting sports moment was defeating UCLA after seven overtime quarters in the 2003 MPSF Championship game ... Hobbies include watching old movies, traveling, running the dish, the marimba and world music ... Spanish and Portuguese major.


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