19 - Kemesha Woodfine
Kemesha Woodfine
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Stamford, Conn.
High School: The Baylor School
Position: F/M

As a Junior in 2011:
Played in 14 games for the Bobcats, starting in seven of them… Totaled one point on the year with an assist against Lehigh in a 4-2 loss against Sept. 16th… Recorded 13 shots on goal for Quinnipiac. 

As a Sophomore in 2010: 
Saw action in all 18 games for Quinnipiac, starting in five of those games… Ranked third on the team in assists (3)… Earned three points on the season.

As a Freshman in 2009: 
Played in 11 games for the Bobcats… Made four starts on the year… Had two goals, earning four points…Took eight shots overall… Represented her home country of Jamaica in the Women's U-20 CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football) Tournament. 

Before Quinnipiac: 
Varsity lettered in soccer, track and lacrosse at The Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn.… Also suited up for the East Ridge Soccer Association where she won a Premier League Championship in 2007... Was named to the All-Region First Team and the All-State First Team... Was nominated as an All-American... Named Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2008... Voted # 1 in Chattanooga in her sophomore season and voted Best of Preps... Tallied eight goals and seven assists in her senior season at Baylor. 

Personal: 
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, but now lives in Stamford, Conn... Daughter of Donna Lindo and John Woodfine... Has two brothers, Kemar and Kajon… Has a younger sister, Leah... Majoring in criminal justice.

Career Stats
 GoalsAssistsPoints
NameClassYearGPGoalsGPGAssistsAPGTPPPG
Woodfine, KemeshaFr.2009-101120.180-40.36
Woodfine, KemeshaSo.2010-11180-30.1730.17
Woodfine, KemeshaJr.2011-12140-10.0710.07
Career Totals--4320.0540.0980.19