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January 7, 2019

BOSTON COLLEGE DUAL-SPORT STAR KENZIE KENT TOP FEMALE ATHLETE IN THE ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE OFFERS ADVICE

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Kenzie Kent is known as one of the most versatile athletes in the NCAA. Kenzie is not only a superstar for the elite women’s hockey programs in Division I, but she is also one of the best lacrosse players in the nation’s top lacrosse conference. She is a two-time all-region honoree (2015, 2016) and two-time Tewaaraton Award Watch List inclusion (2016, 2017.) Kenzie will be entering her senior hockey season with 107 career points and ranked 14th on the Eagles’ career scoring (Women’s Hockey-Boston College Athletics). Kenzie’s lacrosse career is just as smashing as her hockey career with winning the 27th Mary Garber Award as the 2016-17 ACC Athlete of the Year, Honda Sport Award Nominee, IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team, she did miss first 12 games of the season but it was because she was busy helping lead the women’s hockey team to the National Semifinals at the Frozen Four. Kenzie also earned Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-America Third Team Honors and was on the Tewaaraton Award Watch List (Women’s Lacrosse-Boston College Athletics). This amazing athlete sat down with LRT Sports to talk about being a dual athlete at Boston College.

KENT’S SINGLE-GAME HOCKEY HIGHS  [all-time ranking]:

Points: 4, Harvard, Nov 28, 2014

Goals: 2, 4 times

Assists: 3  [t-10th], at New Hampshire, Nov 12, 2016 ; at Maine, Dec 05, 2015

Shots: 7, vs Boston University, Mar 6, 2016 ; Maine, Oct 17, 2015

Power-play goals: 1  [t-8th], 9 times

Short-handed goals: 1  [t-1st], at Merrimack, Jan 14, 2017 ; at Northeastern, Nov 20, 2016

Penalties: 1, 7 times

Penalty minutes: 2, 7 times

Plus/minus: 4, Providence, Nov 25, 2015

KENT’S CAREER LACROSSE HIGHS

Points: 10, twice: vs. Dartmouth (4/12/16), vs. Maryland (5/28/17)

Goals: 6, vs. Southern California (5/20/17)

Assists: 6, twice: Harvard (4/20/16), at Dartmouth (4/12/17), at

Ground Balls: 4, twice: at Dartmouth (4/12/17), at Syracuse (5/14/17)

Draw Controls: 5, three times, last at Yale (4/6/16)

Caused Turnovers: 1, six times

 

Updated on 1/7/19

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