Kelli Dawn Summers


Kelli was a three-sport varsity athlete all fours years at Frederick High School, excelling in soccer, basketball, and softball. She was a-first team Central Maryland Conference soccer player, the leading Frederick County scorer for the Cadet basketball team, and led the softball team in their 1988 state tournament appearance in the finals. She won FHS MVP awards in both basketball and softball. At Shepherd College, Kelli was a two-time All-West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference selection in softball and led the Rams to the school’s first league title, receiving USA TODAY honors. In 1991, she was the WVIAC Player of the year, setting an NCAA record with 15 triples and, in 1999, was inducted into the Shepherd College Athletic Hall of Fame. Kelli returned to Frederick County after graduation and coached softball and soccer at her alma mater. She has received several awards as an outstanding physical educator. One of Frederick County’s Best Female Three Sport Athletes and Coach