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Meharg on Beveridge:"Kendall is a fast, intercepting side back. She has good defensive anticipation and will add leadership to our backfield unit."
As a junior in 2006: Saw playing time in 10 games, including the postseason contest vs. #10 Virginia in the ACC Tournament (Nov. 3) ... was a backfield replacement in the 3-2 win at #2 Wake Forest ... also played games against ranked opponents vs. #5 Duke and #19 American ... named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad for the third-consecutive year.
As a sophomore in 2005: Played in six games as a reserve defender, including the home contest against Michigan (Sept. 2), who ended the season ranked seventh in the nation ... first action of the season came in the 3-1 neutral-site victory over Ohio (Aug. 30) ... also saw action against Stanford (Sept. 11), Pennsylvania (Sept. 21), Rutgers (Oct. 2) and Delaware (Oct. 16).
As a freshman in 2004: Saw limited action in five games in the backfield, including the Terps' ACC victory at Virginia (Oct. 2) ... named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association National Academic Squad and ACC Honor Roll.
Before Maryland: Three-year letterwinner in field hockey at Governor Thomas Johnson High ... named Frederick County Co-Player of the Year ... three-time first team Frederick News-Post and Frederick Gazette all-county and All-Monocacy Valley Athletic League honoree ... second team all-state as a senior captain, earning an invitation to the state All-Star Game ... also lettered in swimming twice, posting undefeated seasons both years ... earned second team all-county accolades in her first season in the pool ... selected 2004 Frederick County Female Scholar-Athlete.
Personal: Majoring in letters and sciences ... involved in Habitat for Humanity and Maryland Christian Fellowship ... National Honor Society and Student Government member ... oldest child of Joy and Donald Beveridge ... has a younger brother, Danny (18) ... mother, Joy, was a three-sport athlete at Hood College from 1978-82, participating in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse ... Kendall Beveridge was born in Frederick, Md.
BEVERIDGE'S CAREER STATISTICS