Born Kylie Ohlmiller on September 24, 1996, in Islip, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.

(Ht.: 5’2; Dominant hand: Right; Position: Attack)

A three-sport (lax, volleyball, basketball) athlete at Islip High School, Kylie was a lacrosse captain in her final three years.  She scored 255 career goals at Islip before being recruited by Coach Joe Spallina to play at Stony Brook University.  In her storied career for the Seawolves, Ohlmiller became the NCAA DI Women’s all-time leading scorer with 498 points (252 goals & 246 assists).  In 2017, she set single season NCAA records for both points (164) and assists (84).  Kylie was named the IWLCA Attacker of the Year that season.  She was a Tewaaraton finalist in both 2017 and 2018.  In 2018, with women’s professional lacrosse in its early stages, Kylie was the 1st pick of the Boston Storm (UWLL) and the New York Pride (WPPL), for whom she played two seasons.  She was a WPPL all-star in 2018 and netted 8 goals and 5 assists for the Pride in 2019.  With the advent of Athletes Unlimited (AU) in 2021, Ohlmiller was one of its prominent stars, earning captain honors in three of the weeks.  Kylie accumulated 1,536 leaderboard points, good for 8th overall.  She led AU in points with 48, while finishing second in both goals (31) and assists (17).  Unfortunately, Kylie missed the 2022 season due to injury.  Ohlmiller has been a member of the U.S.A. National Women’s Team since 2017. 

2017Sports Illustrated for KidsJuly, 2017 637 
2017Tewaaraton Foundation Award Nominees2017 Women’s FinalistsNNOOversized card, 5″ X 3″
2018Tewaaraton FoundationAward Nominees2018 Women’s FinalistsNNOOversized card, 5″ X 3″
2019CHOICE SportsCardsStony Brook Seawolves 20th Anniversary13
2019CHOICE SportsCardsStony Brook Seawolves 20th Anniversary27Women’s Lacrosse #1
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