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WSOC vs. American
WSOC vs. LEHIGH
The Word A player that puts fear into defenses with her speed and power ... senior year should be her best yet ... holds the Loyola record for assists in a career with 22 ... is third on the career list for goals with 25 and second on the career points list with 72.
2005 Season Appeared in all 20 games with 14 starts ... named second-team all-conference and to the all-tournament team ... was second on the team in points with six goals and eight assists for 20 points ... led the team in assists with eight ... was tied for eighth in the conference in points, 10th in goals and second in assists ... scored two goals in wins over Georgetown (3-1) and Rider (3-0) ... had single goal games in a 1-0 win over Fairfield in the regular season and -n a 2-1 loss to the Stags in the semi-finals of the MAAC Tournament ... recorded two assists against both Marist (5-1) and Rider (5-1) in the second round of the conference tournament ... had single assists against East Carolina (4-2), UMBC (2-0), Niagara (2-1) and Canisius (3-0) ... tied the school record for assists in a season and set a new career mark in assists in a career ... was named the MAAC Player of the Week on September 6 for her performance against Georgetown.
2004 Season Started in all 20 games ... tied for third on the team in goals with eight and was third overall in points by adding a team-high eight assists ... tied for fourth in the conference in points, sixth in goals and led the league in assists ... earned first-team all-conference and all-tournament honors ... scored goals in wins over Texas State (5-0), Saint Joseph's (7-0), James Madison (3-2), Marist )5-0), Siena (1-0), Fairfield (4-1), Saint Peter's (2-0) and Manhattan (3-0) ... recorded assists vs. Washington, JMU, Iona, American, Niagara and Canisius and two over Manhattan ... was named the MAAC Player of the Week for her two- goal, two assist performance over Saint Peter's and Manhattan.
2003 Season Appeared in all 22 games with 20 starts ... was the Greyhounds leading scorer with 11 goals and six assists ... scored her first collegiate goal in her first appearance against Florida Atlantic ... tallied two more goals in a 5-0 win over McNeese State ... scored one goal against MAAC opponents Siena, Manhattan, Saint Peter's, Rider and Canisius ... scored Loyola's only goal in a 1-0 win over regionally ranked Rutgers ... added assists against Siena and Fairfield ... was named the MAAC Tournament MVP for her one goal and three assist performance against Rider ... honored as the MAAC Rookie of the Year ... also named first-team all-conference and to the all-rookie team.
Before Loyola Was a four-year starter for her high school soccer team ... was the leading scorer on the team for all four years ... named MVP and first-team all-county as a freshman ... earned first-team all-county, All-Shore, NJGSCA All-South Jersey and all-state as a sophomore as well as being named the Offensive Player of the Year ... in 2001, her team was at the Class "A" South Conference, Group III South Jersey Sectional and NJSIAA Group III State Champions ... in her junior year was again named all-county, All-Shore, All-South Jersey and all-state as a first-team selection ... also earned Offensive Player of the Year ... as a senior, Kennington set her high school's career goal record (78) and single season goal record (34) and went on to be named the New Jersey Player of the Year as well as to the NSCAA All-America team ... a member of the Olympic Development program for 1999-2002 ... her club team, Players Development Academy Galaxy, won several state, regional, national and premier league titles.
Personal The daughter of Charles and Holly Kennington, Carolyn Elizabeth Kennington was born August 12, 1985 in Philadelphia, Pa. ... has two sisters, Katy (22) and Lindsay (27) ... majoring in communications.