Chelsey is a 2010 graduate of Boston College. Before creating her club program, Northeast Elite (2010-present), Feole took and assistant coaching position at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In just her first year at Lowell, Chelsey helped lead the Riverhawks to a 24-0 undefeated National Championship. In 2015, Feole accepted the head coach position for the USA Women's U17 Team and currently works as much as possible to keep herself involved with all things USAFH.
While playing for BC, she was a two-time captain of the eagles and twice named All-American (First team in 2009, Second team in 2008). Honored as the Northeast Region Player of the Year as a senior, Feole was tabbed to the All-Northeast Region Team three times. As a senior, the forward wad also named All-ACC and was named to the All-ACC Academic Team in her of her final three seasons with BC. During her final senior campaign, she was named to the ECAC Division I First Team and All-ACC Tournament Team.
She left the Heights with a program record for most goals (26) and points (64) in a single season and earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement as a sophomore, junior, and senior. Feole earned the BC Field Hockey Leadership award as a sophomore in 2007, as well as the Players' award and Outstanding Senior award in 2009.
Aside from her accomplishments at BC, Feole was also a member of the USA Field Hockey Squad in 2008 and 2009. She was a member of the New England High Performance Team in 2008 and 2009, winning the National Championship in 2008.
Feole is a native of Windham, NH., where she attended Salem High School for a year before transferring to the Brooks School in North Andover, MA.