|Year:||Induction Class of 2015|
|Previous College:||Boston State College '68|
|Team:||Men's Ice Hockey|
As a three-year letter winner of the Boston State College men’s ice hockey program, Kelley was a two-time All-New England honoree. Selected as the Codfish Bowl Tournament MVP in the 1965 and 1966 seasons, Kelley helped the Warriors to unprecedented success during the Ed Barry Era. Kelley was a member of the 1965-66 undefeated team that posted a 20-0-0 record. A member of the greatest scoring line in program history, Kelley played alongside two-time NCAA scoring champion Bob Quinn, and helped to lead the Warriors to a combined 34-3 record (.919 winning percentage) from 1964-66. Kelley ended his career with the Warriors with 91 points in 52 games played. He registered 44 goals and 47 assists during his time at Boston State. He was the second leading scorer in both his junior and senior seasons with 48 and 29 points respectively. A leader both on and off the ice, Kelley served as captain during the 1966-67 campaign, and was a two-time recipient of the Boston State College Sportsmanship Award.