|High School:||Zionsville Community|
|Parents:||Tim & Sandra Kuehl|
Kuehl missed the entire 2012 season due to injury.
Kuehl made an immediate impact on the Eagles' defense as a freshman, earning an honorable mention to the all-University Athletic Association (UAA) team during her first year with Emory. The outside back was a part of an Emory defense that set a school record with just five goals allowed and a 0.242 goals-against average, the third-lowest mark among Division III squads in 2011. In addition, the Eagles backline set a new program high-water mark with 16 shutouts during the campaign, and were third in the nation with a 0.8 shutout percentage. Kuehl helped the Emory defense limit opponents to just 6.35 shots per game and 2.6 shots on goal per game during the campaign. Playing in all 20 games and making 16 starts, her 1,450 minutes played were the 12th most in a single season in the program's history. Kuehl took three shots during the campaign, one of which was on goal.
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Prior to Emory:
Played on the Zionsville Community High School soccer team for four seasons, serving as the team captain from 2010-11... Was named her team's Most Valuable Player in 2011 and was named to the all-state second team in 2010 and 2011... Also earned academic all-America honors in 2011 and academic all-state recognition in 2010 and 2011... Coached by Ramon Aguillon... Also played club soccer for Carmel United from 2005-11, helping the team to a state championship in 2011... Was coached by Beth Goetz on her club team... Also ran track in high school.
Born April 22, 1993... Worked as a researcher at the Indiana University hospital over the summer.
Why she chose Emory:
"I chose Emory for the people on the team, the beautiful campus, the great academics and the awesome location!"