Kelli L. James (born March 16, 1970 in Medford, New Jersey) is a former field hockey striker from the United States, who earned a total number of 144 caps for the Women's National Team. The former student of the Old Dominion University tied for team scoring lead at the 1999 Pan American Games with 3 goals, and scored four goals in a single match in 4-0 win over China at the 1998 World Cup in Utrecht, Netherlands.
James grew up in Medford, New Jersey and attended Bishop Eustace Preparatory School.
International Senior Tournaments
- 1991 – Pan American Games, Havana, Cuba (3rd)
- 1994 – World Cup, Dublin, Ireland (3rd)
- 1995 – Pan American Games, Mar del Plata, Argentina (2nd)
- 1995 – Champions Trophy, Mar del Plata, Argentina (3rd)
- 1996 – Summer Olympics, Atlanta, USA (5th)
- 1997 – Champions Trophy, Berlin, Germany (6th)
- 1998 – World Cup, Utrecht, The Netherlands (8th)
- 1999 – Pan American Games, Winnipeg, Canada (2nd)
- 2000 – Olympic Qualifying Tournament, Milton Keynes, England (6th)
- ^ Vecsey, George. "OLYMPICS;For U.S. Women, Winning Is Hot Issue in Field Hockey", July 17, 1996. Accessed December 19, 2007. "They water the field," said Kelli James, an attacker from Medford, N.J."
- ^ Kelli James, USA Field Hockey. Accessed December 19, 2007.