|High School:||St. Mary's|
A Second Team All-Big West selection, Kenyon blossomed in her sophomore year, averaging a double-double for most of the season before finishing with 10.5 points and 9.7 rebounds per contest. Kenyon set the Tigers' single-season records in rebounds (339), defensive rebounds (231), offensive rebounds (108), defensive rebounds per game (6.6), offensive rebounds per game (3.6) and blocked shots (57). Her .552 field goal percentage was eighth best in a season at Pacific, while her 9.7 rebounds per game was the seventh best and the highest by a Tiger since the 1984-85 season. He 1.6 blocks per game was the fifth-best in Tiger history. Kenyon recorded 14 double-doubles, including five in a row from Jan. 19 to Feb. 2. Her season-highs came in the same game, on Jan. 19 against Cal State Northridge when she scored 19 points and grabbed 22 rebounds to go with eight blocks, narrowly missing the second triple-double in school history. The eight blocks tied the Tigers' school record. Kenyon’s 22 rebounds were the sixth most in a game by a Pacific player ever, as she became the first Tiger to grab 20 since Natasha Norris in 1991, and the first to grab 22 since Janet Otto grabbed 27 in December of 1984. Against Long Beach State (Feb. 2), she grabbed 19 rebounds - eight offensive, 11 defensive - to give her five-straight double-doubles and 72 rebounds in a five-game stretch. Kenyon was named Big West Player of the Week twice by the conference (Jan. 21 and Feb. 4) and three times by College Sports Madness (Jan. 21, Feb. 4 and Nov 12.). Kenyon scored in double-figures 24 times and grabbed double-figure rebounds 19 times. She also hit half her shots or better 24 times in 35 games. Jumping center, Kenyon won 20 of 35 opening tip-offs on the year (with the Tigers going 17-3 when she won it) and was 21-of-38 on tip-offs including overtimes. Through just two seasons, Kenyon already ranks on the Tigers' all-time leaderboards: fourth in field goal percentage (.536), 20th in rebounds (493), sixth in rebounds per game (7.8), 13th in defensive rebounds (319), ninth in offensive rebounds (174), seventh in blocks (80), third in blocks per game (1.3). Her 19 double-doubles are tied for the most by a Tiger since 1993.
A Big West All-Freshman Team member, Kenyon played 28 games, starting the final 19 for the Tigers. Hit double-figures in scoring seven times with five double-doubles. Grabbed double-figures in rebounds six times. Shot .504 from the field (69-of-137). Finished 10th in the Big West in rebounding (5.5 per game) and eighth in blocked shots (0.8 per game), and 10th in offensive rebounds (2.4 per game). Recorded her first double-double with a then career-high 10 points and 10 rebounds in the Tigers' win over Air Force (Dec. 21), while playing in just 12 minutes. Set a new career-best at UC Riverside (Jan. 7) with 15 points to go with 10 rebounds. Added 10 points and 10 rebounds against Cal State Northridge (Jan. 14), while blocking a career-high four shots. Added three more blocks with 14 points and a then career-best 11 rebounds in a win over Seattle (Jan. 17) in her next game. Posted a new career-best in rebounds with 12 boards at Cal State Fullerton (Feb. 4). Scored 18 points on seven-of-10 shooting with 11 rebounds against UC Riverside (Feb. 9) and added 22 points two days later, hitting 9-of-11 from the field with seven rebounds against UC Irvine (Feb. 11). Named Big West Player of the Week (Feb. 12) as she combined for 20.0 PPG, 9.0 RPG and a .762 field goal percentage (16-of-21) on the weekend vs Riverside and Irvine. Tallied nine points and nine rebounds in the Big West Semifinals against UC Santa Barbara (Mar. 9). Pacific was 5-1 when Kenyon grabbed 10 or more rebounds and 6-1 when she scored in double-figures. In Big West play, shot .526 (51-of-97), which ranked second in the league, and averaged 6.8 rebounds per game (sixth). Also averaged 1.0 blocks per game in BWC play, which ranked fifth. Averaged 8.2 points and 7.1 rebounds per game as a starter, while shooting .504 from the field. The Tigers were +46 in point differential with Kenyon on the floor.
Kenyon helped Stockton’s St. Mary’s High School to a 29-2 record in 2010-11, and a 10-0 league mark. The Rams won 27 consecutive games en route to a CIF Division II Championship. The third-team All-State selection set a school record with 20 rebounds against Del Oro in the Northern California Regional final as a senior. She was named to the Cal-Hi Division Two Team following the season.
Kenyon was part of three state championship teams at St. Mary’s under coach Tom Gonsalves, as the Rams finished 2009-10 ranked the No. 8 high school team in the ESPN HIGH Elite 25, going 31-4. The Rams went 31-3 in Kenyon’s sophomore year, finishing 13th in the final poll.
Daughter of Gayle and George Kenyon. Majoring in Business Administration.
|Kendall Kenyon Career Stats|