My name is Kaylie Deshler, I am 5 foot 6, 120 pounds, and run a 6:17 mile. I made Varsity Girls Soccer as a freshman and have started all three years of my high school career. I have been playing soccer since I was 4 years old. I would like to go to a college that can offer both a good athletic program along with academic program. I would like to major in Occupational Therapy and Sports Medicine, and one day become a Physical Therapist.
As an individual player I was recognized as the U13 Girls 2009 Maryland Futsal State Cup MVP, U14 Girls 2010 Maryland Futsal State Cup MVP, 2010 Varsity Girls Soccer Letter as a Freshman, 2011 Varsity Letter, 2012 Varsity Letter, and team captain, U16 Girls 2011 Maryland Futsal State Cup MVP, one of August-November, 2011 Gazette Montgomery County Girls Soccer "Players to Watch" and August-November, 2012 Gazette Montgomery County Girls Soccer "Players to Watch".
Being named team captain as a junior and making varsity as a freshman is a key example of my ability to help lead the team and make and impact both on and off the field. I’m the type of player you gives it my all and everything until that final whistle blows. It has always been my dream to play at the collegiate level. I always want to challenge my strength, skill, and ability for the game and I think playing in college would do just that. Soccer is my passion and I could not imagine not playing.
Summer of 2012 I earned a spot on the OBGC Cyclones White, a Region 1 team ranked first in the state of Maryland (gotsoccer.com). I previouslly played for the OBGC Cyclones Blue. With that team I have achieved the titles of: 2010 May 26 Columbia Invitational U15 Champions, February 2011 Presidents Day Cup Champions, March 2011 36th Annual Columbia Invitational Memorial Day Tournament G16 Finalist, Spring 2011 WAGS U15 Division 5 Champions, September 2011 Capital Cup Labor Day Tournament G16 ELITE Finalist, and October 2011 SAC United Premiere Columbus Day Tournament Champions.
I am interested in a medium to large size college. I am open to all Divisions of schools. My goals as a possible collegiate athlete are to attend a college that is right for me and to make a large impact on the team at the same time.