|High School:||Durham Jordan|
Senior (2008): Selected to ESPN the Magazine All-Academic District III Third Team ... played in all 24 matches, starting 12 ... started 10 of the final 11 games of the season ... recorded two goals, against Coastal Carolina and Wake Forest, and one assist, against Fordham ... played 1,108 minutes, taking 27 shots ... earned ACC All-Academic team accolades.
Selected co-captain as a senior ... played key minutes for the Blue Devils on both the offensive and defensive ends as a freshman and sophomore ... moved to the offensive end and scored her first six goals of her collegiate career as a junior.
Junior (2007): Garnered ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III second team accolades ... named to the Duke Classic All-Tournament team ... started all 23 games on the season ... scored six goals and had five assists ... had two goals and an assist against San Francisco ... had a stretch of three games with at least one assist: Elon (2), Dartmouth (2) and San Francisco (1) ... logged 1,497 minutes with a high of 99 against Florida State ... collected the golden goal in the second overtime against Virginia Tech ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
Sophomore (2006): Named ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District III ... started 16 games for the Blue Devils and played in three others ... lone assist on the year came against N.C. State ... aided the Blue Devil defense in eight of nine shutouts ... took four shots and tallied 1,233 minutes for the season ... earned All-ACC Academic team accolades.
Summer of 2006: Played six contests for the Carolina Dynamo of the W-League.
Freshman (2005): Named Duke’s Rookie of the Year ... saw action in 20 matches for the Blue Devils, started 14 ... took four shots and garnered 1,056 minutes ... helped guide the Duke defense to 11 shutouts.
Prep: Selected 2004 NSCAA/adidas Youth Girls All-America ... scored 101 career goals in high school ... a four-time All-Conference, All-Region and MVP of team ... a four-year letterwinner at Riverside H.S. ... nominated for the Gatorade Player of the Year for North Carolina as a senior ... as a freshman, junior and senior, led her team to the conference championship ... earned Conference Player of the Year as a sophomore and senior ... led her club team, CASL Spartan Elite, to the state championship six times ... member of North Carolina ODP team from 2000-05 ... played on the Region III ODP team from 2002-05.
Personal: Kelly Elizabeth Hathorn was born on June 5, 1987, in Durham, N.C. ... daughter of James and Marybeth Hathorn ... has two brothers, James (23) and John (18), and one sister, Erin (22), played soccer at Duke ... her uncle, Jim Spanarkel, played basketball at Duke from 1975-79 ... other relatives who attended Duke include her father, Jim (1979), mother, Marybeth Spanarkel (1979), grandmother, Anne Hathorn (1946), and grandfather, Guy Hathorn (1948) ... majoring in psychology.