As a Freshman (2013)
Appeared in 45 games in her first season as a Sycamore, starting 40, primarily as an outfielder...Got her first career hit in her third career game against Northern Colorado...Was second on the team in stolen bases with 16 and fourth on the team in batting average at .237.
Kelsey Montgomery joins Sycamore Softball as a four-year starter at Queen Creek High School in AZ. Montgomery has already been a three-time All-Region, and honorable mention All-State with her senior season yet to come. Last season, as a junior, she led her team in hitting and finished in the top 15 in the state of AZ with an average of .574 compiling 62 hits in 31 games and 19 stolen bases. Kelsey has also spent the last three seasons as a member of the 18U AZ Hotshot Gold-Householder club ball team as their leadoff hitter and outfielder. As a sophomore, she was a recipient of the "Victory of Honor Award", given to those that display leadership, respect, and trust by the teacher and coaching staff.
Her parents are Martha and Dan Montgomery and has four brothers and sisters, Karli, Michelle, Jason and Phillip. Montgomery also enjoys snowboarding and going to the lake.
Coach Bouman on Montgomery:
"Kelsey is a tough, speedy slapper who will always put pressure on the defensive. She brings experience from competing against the nation's best and fits into our aggressive style of softball, which will be fun to watch."