24 Chloe Keating
24 Chloe Keating
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bryn Mawr, Pa.
High School: Merion Mercy Academy
Position: Forward/Midfielder
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Quincy

Junior • 2009
Scored game winning goal in overtime win over Brown (Oct. 3) ... Scored a goal in the Ivy season opener at Yale (Sept. 19) ... Notched one goal and one assist in home opener against Bryant (Sept. 12) … Recorded two goals and two assists in 4-1 win over UC Davis (Sept. 9) … Scored two goals and had an assist in season opener against Holy Cross (Sept. 5).

Sophomore • 2008
Appeared in 17 games and started six at midfielder ... Third on the team in goals scored (four) ... Scored the game-winning goals against Holy Cross (Sept. 5), Northeastern (Oct. 8) and Saint Louis (Oct. 13) ... Scored two goals in 6-0 win against Saint Louis (Oct. 13) ... Notched an assist at New Hampshire (Sept. 7).

Freshman • 2007
Appeared in 14 games as a rookie ... Started at No. 4 Connecticut Sept. 19 ... Scored two goals, both game-winners ... First collegiate goal broke a scoreless tie with 15 minutes remaining in the Crimson’s 2-0 win at Northeastern Oct. 3 ... Assisted on the team’s other goal against the Huskies ... Also scored a goal against Dartmouth Oct. 27, a 3-1 win ... Made collegiate debut in a loss to Massachusetts Sept. 2.

Before Harvard
A four-year starter and two-year captain of the Merion Mercy field hockey team, moving from forward to center midfield for her final two seasons ... Also a four-year starter and one-year captain in lacrosse ... Selected to all-state field hockey second team as a senior ... Named field hockey team MVP twice and lacrosse MVP once ... Three-time AACA All-Star and four-time Main Line Times All-Star and Main Line Life All-Star in both field hockey and lacrosse ... Received school’s Senior Athlete Award ... Helped field hockey team reach AACA final as a sophomore ... Member of National Honor Society, Ministry Team and Respect Life.

Sister, Kristen, played field hockey for the Crimson, graduating in 2006, and also wore jersey No. 24.