2013: Kelly earned his fourth MLL All-Star selection and ranked third in the league with a .551 faceoff winning percentage after winning 195-of-354 faceoffs for the Outlaws. Also, in 2013, Kelly added on five goals which ranked him third in his career, picked up 54 ground balls, which represented the second-highest total of his career.
2012: Kelly began the year with Ohio, winning 77-of-157 faceoffs and picking up 23 groundballs in seven games before being traded to Denver of July 6, where he finished the season winning 87-of-149 (.584 pct.) faceoffs in the final five games of the regular season. In addition, Kelly also picked up 36 ground balls with Denver and scoring one goal and three assists.
2011: Kelly appeared in 11 games for Rochester, winning 128-of-285 faceoffs to go with three goals and one assist with 41 ground balls.
2010: Kelly won 160-of-317 faceoffs in 11 games for Chicago and added two assists and 57 ground balls
Kelly was a four-year starter at Ohio State University, where he started every game of his career and became the only player in school history to lead the team in ground balls during all four years of his career. Kelly Helped the Buckeyes to the GWLL title and was part of the first Ohio State team to make the NCAA Tournament.
Born May 30, 1980. Kelly co-founded Resolute Lacrosse in Columbus Ohio and played for St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland.