At Missouri State: A strong defender for the Bears, Lomax looks to bring experience and intensity to Missouri State's back line.
2010: Lomax was once again solid on the Bears' last line ... Started 13 games, while appearing in 17 ... Played primarily as an outside defender ... Tied for the team lead with one defensive save ... Part of a defense that allowed 19 fewer goals than their 2009 total (75 to 56) ... Has the eighth-most appearances (26) of any returner.
2009: Lomax notched eight appearances as a top bench player ... Missed 12 games with a stress fractured foot ... Tallied one shot during the season ... Named to the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad for the second straight season.
2008: Participated in one game for the Bears before missing the rest of the season with an injury ... a member of the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad.
Background: Lomax came to the Bears after two seasons of playing for a U-19 AIM field hockey club team ... Helped team advance to the California Cup in 2007 ... Played on the Rustenburg Girls High field hockey team in Cape Town, South Africa before moving to the United States ... As a sophomore, she made the Western Provincial team, similar to all-state ... Also played water polo at Rustenburg ... Participated in water polo, cross country and swimming in her final two years of high school at Fort Zumwalt in O'Fallon, Mo.
Personal: Kelsey Anne Lomax was born on October 30, 1989, in Pretoria, South Africa ... Daughter of Ronald and Karen Lomax ... majoring in Diebetics ... Her brother, Braden, played basketball at