Women's Lacrosse Roster
|Previous School:||Archbishop Spalding High School |
WHY LEHIGH? “I chose Lehigh because of its high academic reputation and standards. It also has a homey, close-knit feel and I love the campus. (And I loved the coaching staff!)”
BEFORE LEHIGH: Star lacrosse and field hockey player at Archbishop Spalding High School in Maryland … A team captain … Received numerous awards over her career including: First Team All-IAAM Conference, First Team Anne Arundel County, First Team Private School Coaches for Anne Arundel Country and First Team All-Met (from the Washington Post) … Was a two-time Academic All-American, impressing in the classroom … On the Honor Roll and National Honor Society both junior and senior year … Was a two-time First Team All-County and Second Team All-State honoree in field hockey, while garnering team MVP laurels … Chosen by the school’s Athletic Director to represent Spalding at an All-Conference Leadership Workshop for Athletes.
GETTING TO KNOW KENDALL
What’s your favorite thing about Lehigh? My favorite thing about Lehigh is that out of all the schools that I visited, Lehigh was the only college with a sushi bar on campus.
Major & Why: Pre-Med because I aspire to be a Pediatrician and I love to work with kids.
Favorite Class at Lehigh: Biology
Favorite Place on Campus: The library
Favorite Food: Any type of Sushi
Favorite Color: Yellow
Favorite Musical Artist: Brad Paisley
Favorite Movie: 50 First Dates
Favorite TV Show: CSI: Miami
Favorite Website: Facebook
Favorite Sports Broadcaster: Chris Berman
Favorite Pro Team: Ravens
Favorite Athlete In Another Sport: Ray Rice
Hobbies: Eating, playing lacrosse, shopping, coaching younger girls, and being with friends and family
Magazine Cover I'd Like To Be On: GQ Magazine
Place I'd Like To Visit: Venice
Talent I’d Most Like To Have: I wish I was overly flexible
Dream Job: Pediatrician
If I Didn't Play Lacrosse, I Would Play: Field Hockey
If I Had $1 Billion, I Would: Give back to organizations that help others and non-profit organizations that try to start sports in cities… like the Boys & Girls Club.