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#18 Kalijah Terilli
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'11"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bronx, N.Y.
High School: Feldston School

2012: N/A (injury)
2013: 15 played/14 started, 1339:34, 7 goals allowed, 0.47 GAA, 34 saves, .829 save percentage

2013: Third-team NSCAA All-Region (Mid-Atlantic) ... First-team All-Ivy goalkeeper ... Appeared in 15 of Penn's 17 matches, starting 14 between the pipes ... Finished the season with 34 saves and a 0.47 goals-against average, among the national leaders in GAA ... Had nine shutouts solo, shared two others ... Named to CollegeSoccer360.com National Team of the Week after shutouts of Navy and Dartmouth ... Made season-high five saves in 3-2 Ivy League win over Princeton to end season (11/8) ... Had four stops in shutout of Navy (10/14) ... Also made four stops in 1-1 Ivy draw with Yale (10/26) ... Had three saves without allowing a goal against William & Mary (9/20), Dartmouth (10/19) and Brown (11/2) ... Academic All-Ivy.

2012: Did not see any game action due to a preseason injury.

High School: Lettered in soccer and basketball at the Fieldston School, captain of basketball as a senior ... Helped soccer to first Ivy League title in 2008 ... Two-time New York Post All-City (first-team in 2009, second-team in 2008) ... All-Bronx in 2010 ... Helped basketball team to 2008-09 Ivy League and NYSAISAA titles ... Three-time All-City in basketball ... Captain of club soccer team, Manhattan SC Pride, which went undefeated in North East Regional Premier League in 2010 and 2011 ... Pride were state cup finalists in 2009, as she was named the championships' Howard Rubenstein Sportsmanship Award recipient ... Member of Eastern NY ODP (2009-10) and Region I ODP (2010-11) ... Dope Ink art magazine member ... Diaspora member ... On Giant Shoulders member ... Environmental Club member.

Personal: Daughter of Carol Terilli ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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