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

Senior • 2010
Ivy League Player of the Week (Sept. 7) ... Started all 17 games ... Led Harvard with 17 points and six goals and shared team lead with five assists ... Recorded first collegiate hat trick in 5-2 win against Bryant (Sept. 6) ... Scored a goal on Senior Day against Columbia (Nov. 6) and in Ivy League game at Brown (Oct. 2) ... Notched a goal and an assist in season-opening win against Holy Cross (Sept. 4) ... Also had assists against Maine (Sept. 11), at New Hampshire (Sept. 15), at Penn (Sept. 25) and at California (Oct. 10)..

Junior • 2009
Earned All-Ivy League honorable mention ... Garnered selections as Ivy League Player of the Week (Sept. 15) and COOP Harvard Athlete of the Week ... Tallied to force overtime against New Hampshire (Nov. 3) ... Netted Harvard's lone goal at No. 9 Boston College (Oct. 28) ... Scored game-winning goal in overtime win over Brown (Oct. 3) ... Scored a goal in the Ivy 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-opening win 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.