The 1982 co-winner of the Julie Staver Award, honoring the University of Pennsylvania’s top two-sport female athlete, Nancy Lock Kiley was a legitimate threat on both the field hockey and lacrosse fields.


Kiley won five All-Ivy League honors, three times in field hockey and twice for lacrosse.  Her senior year, she was credited with All-America status for her performance with Penn’s NCAA semifinalist lacrosse team.  In 1981, she was named co-Most Valuable Player for the field hockey team.


Kiley earned four letters for each sport, and her junior year, she played junior varsity basketball between seasons.  At the time of her induction, Kiley holds all field hockey assist records.  Her 32 career assists set a Penn record, and with 16 of those assists in 1980, she set a single-season mark.  Twice, Kiley passed for three assists in one game, also a Red and Blue record.