The 5-foot-9, 160-pound senior forward scored 24 goals and passed for 17 assists this past season, leading the Shamrocks (19-2-3) to the Division I state semifinals. The Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association’s Mr. Soccer winner, Kiley is a two-time First Team All-State selection and scored a goal in the 2017 High School All-American Game. He concluded his prep soccer career with a school-record 84 goals to go with 40 assists.
Kiley has maintained a weighted 4.12 GPA in the classroom. He has signed a national letter of intent to play soccer on scholarship at Georgetown University beginning this fall.
A member of the school yearbook staff, Kiley has volunteered locally packing goodie bags for soldiers overseas and he has donated his time as a youth soccer and basketball coach. “Luke is a strong and well-skilled player who sees the field very well,” said Jon Sprunger, head coach of Worthington Kilbourne High. “His best quality may be his work rate and consistency. He tends to be everywhere on the field and always involved in the play.”