A senior forward, Klevan scored a dozen goals in 10 games for the Lower Merion girls’ soccer squad. The only freshman to start on the Aces’ 2011 state qualifying team, she was a first team All-Central League and All-Main Line selection last fall. Klevan is also a member of the Continental FC Delco soccer club. Off the pitch, she was a member of the school record-setting 4×400 and the 4×800 relay squad. She is president of the student body at Lower Merion, and editor of the Merionite, the school newspaper.
Main Line Media News: What, to you, has been the most memorable goal to date? Can you describe the unfolding of the play that led to the goal, and your role in it?
Tori Klevan: My most memorable goal this year was my winning goal against Harriton. They had just scored on us to tie the game with five minutes left. Thirty seconds after our tap, I dribbled up the field and placed the ball in the corner of the goal to win the game.
Main Line Media News: You mentioned that the highlight of your Lower Merion soccer career to date was being on the LM squad that went to the PIAA state tournament. Can you share with us your most vivid memory of that experience?
Tori Klevan: We played Neshaminy after our first playoff upset win against West Chester Henderson. It was freezing cold and raining and little did I know, I had mono. I felt like I had hypothermia, but I kept playing and we came out with a win.
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