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Kailen Sheridan
Player Profile:
Kailen Sheridan 1099640
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Whitby, Ontario
High School: Father Leo Austin CHS
Major: Psychology


  • Named to the NSCAA All-American Third Team
  • Named First Team All-ACC
  • A member of Canada's Women's National Team that won the nations first Algarve Cup
  • Played in and started 18 games
  • Logged 1,661 minutes
  • Recorded 57 saves with a save percentage of .750
  • Logged 7 shutouts brining her career total to 22 and tied for second all time
  • Had a 1.03 goals against average


  • Named to the NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team
  • Named First Team All-ACC (First Clemson player to be named First Team All-Conference since 2007)
  • Named to the College Sports Madness All-ACC Second Team
  • Chosen as the Most Valuable Player at the team banquet
  • A member of Canada's U-20 Women's National Team that played in the 2014 FIFA U-20   Women's World Cup, which was hosted by Canada, in August
  • Played in and started 18 games
  • Logged 1,602 minutes (fourth highest on team)
  • Had 40 saves with a save percentage of .800
  • Had a 0.56 goals against average (ranked 11th nationaly)
  • ACC Academic Team member
  • Named to Clemson's Dean's List for the Spring 2014 semester


  • Named to Soccer America's All-Freshman Second Team
  • An All-ACC Third Team selection
  • A member of the ACC All-Freshman Team
  • Named to TopDrawerSoccer.com's Freshmen's Best XI First Team
  • Earned All-America honors from the National Strength & Conditioning Association for 2013-14
  • Ranks sixth in Clemson history in single-season goals against average (0.94)
  • Tied for sixth in program history solo shutouts in a single season (7)
  • Ranks seventh in Clemson record books in single-season save percentage (.786)
  • Earned the team's Newcomer of the Year award
  • Named co-recipient of the team's Defensive Most Valuable Player award
  • A primary reason for the Tigers' improvement on defense, as the team went from a 1.98 goals against average in 2012 to a 0.90 GAA in 2013
  • Started all 19 games in goal and played 1,723 minutes
  • Posted 66 saves for a .786 save percentage
  • Allowed just 18 goals, equating to a 0.94 goals against average
  • Recorded seven solo shutouts, including four against ACC opponents
  • Posted a season-best eight saves against North Carolina on Oct. 27 and in the Tigers' 1-1 double-overtime tie vs. #3 Florida State on Sept. 29
  • Ranked 14th on TopDrawerSoccer.com's Midseason Freshman Top 100 List
  • Name to TopDrawerSoccer.com's Preseason Best XI Freshman Team
  • Named to Clemson's Dean's List for the Spring 2014 semester
Before Clemson
  • Named to TopDrawerSoccer.com's Preseason Best XI Freshmen team for 2013
  • Traveled to Denmark with Canada's U-20 Women's National Team in July 2013 for a 12-day Women's National Excel Camp
  • Attended Canada's U-20 Women's National Team camp in Vancouver in June 2013
  • Starting goalkeeper for U-17 Canadian National Team coached by Bryan Rosenfield
  • Canadian National Team reached the quarterfinals in 2012 U-17 World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Received recognition from FIFA Women's World Cup Technical Study for her performance during 2012 U-17 World Cup Tournament
  • Canadian National Team won a silver medal in the CONCACAF U-17 World Cup Qualifiers in Guatemala in 2012
  • One of the top goalkeepers in the world for her age group
  • Has represented her country in international competition on nine occasions
  • Four of those nine performances were shutouts, posting a 6-1-2 record
  • Has been a regular invitee to the National Team Training Camp for Canada's U-15 and U-17 teams since 2010
  • Her Provincial team, Team Ontario, won the gold medal at the Canadian National Championship in 2010 and 2011
  • Currently trains year-round at the Ontario Soccer Center in Toronto
  • Member of the Ajax Club Soccer team
  • Recently invited to attend the next U-20 National Team Training Camp for Canada
  • Won High School Junior Basketball Player of the Year award in 2010
  • Will graduate from Father Leo Austin CHS in June 2013
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