Chandler scores four goals and Schonk dishes out five assists
In 15 days, Commodores open season at Kennesaw State
Senior Carly Linthicum nets five goals for Vanderbilt
VU travels to ALC rival Johns Hopkins Saturday
Senior Carly Linthicum scores four goals for VU
2013 (Freshman):Played in 13 games and started 11... Finished fifth on the team with 16 goals, which were third-most on the team among freshmen... Amassed 10 goals in five of the first six games... Started her scoring tear with a career-high four goals against Kennesaw State... Tallied three goals at Duke and Penn State... Her 22 draw controls were second on the team to only Alexa Kunowsky... Tied for the team-most with five draw controls against Northwestern... Also had two assists and 10 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers... Forced three turnovers apiece against Denver and Louisville... Named to SEC's First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
High School:Four-year starter for coach Jen Fitzpatrick at Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va. ... As a junior, she helped lead her team to a state championship a year after winning the division title... Named honorable mention All-America as a sophomore and regional All-America as a junior... Received All-State honors twice ... Her club team, M&D Black, coached by Scott Robinson, won five titles, including a Galaxy National Championship during an undefeated 2012 season. Also played field hockey, basketball and squash.
Personal:Kelly Malloy Chandler... Born Dec. 13, 1993, in Salisbury, Md. .... Daughter of Gary and Erin Chandler... Has four sisters: Lindsey Hall (30), Lisa Moore (28), Kristen Chandler (24), Jenn Moore (19); and two brothers: Jake Chandler (31) and Aidan Tacheron (28). Sister to Chris and Jack... Kristin played lacrosse and won a Division III national championship at Salisbury (Md.) University... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies. Favorites include: Ben Howard (musical performer), Dodgeball or Green Mile (movie), Pinterest (internet site), breakfast burrito (midnight snack), Bo Jackson (athlete to watch in another sport) and live music (aspect of Nashville).
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