Kelsey Lalor

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  • Bats Left, Throws Right
  • Height 5' 9", Weight 135 lb.

Biographical Information[edit]

Kelsey Lalor has been an outfielder for the Canadian women's national team. Her father Dwayne Lalor has coached for the Canadian junior national team and had played for Canada in 1985.

Kelsey hit .200/.333/.333 with five runs and four RBI in six games in the 2014 Women's Baseball World Cup, with five putouts as Canada's starting right fielder. She scored the tying run in the bottom of the 8th in a 9-8 win over Taiwan, coming home on a Bradi Wall hit. In a 8-7 loss to the USA, she was stranded at third in the final inning (the game was 7-7 at the time). In the Bronze Medal game, she started in right and went 0 for 2 with a walk in a 3-2 loss to Australia. In the 2015 Pan American Games, she was Canada's starting left fielder. She hit .154/.409/.154 with six walks, four runs and four RBI in six games, stealing 2 bases in 3 tries and fielding .800. She tied six others for the Games lead in steals and was second in walks (one behind Jade Gortarez). In the Bronze Medal game, she started in left and hit 5th for Canada, going 0 for 2 with two walks, a RBI, a putout and an error in a 11-3 loss to the US.

A multi-talented athlete, she has also competed in cross-country running, volleyball, basketball, badminton, tennis and track and field in high school. She played three seasons of college basketball at Saskatchewan then switched to softball at Boise State, recommended by Gary Van Tol.