Kennedy, Alyssa Lo and Menon all post hat tricks in win
Favorite Stanford Memory: "The day I finally moved into my freshman dorm. From the RAs knowing my name to JT visiting to Koree coming to my room to welcome me to the team, it all seemed like a surreal blur, and finally I realized I had made my dreams come true and I was at Stanford."
As A Junior In 2011: All-MPSF honorable mention ... named to MPSF All-Academic List ... third on the team with 42 goals ... posted hat trick in 15-6 win at Michigan (1/23) ... scored four times in win over California (2/6) ... netted a goal in 10-9 overtime win over USC in Stanford Invitational title game (2/7) ... bagged a hat trick in 15-7 win over Arizona State (2/26) ... scored twice in UCI Invitational semifinal win over Hawai'i (2/27) ... added a fourth hat trick in win at Long Beach State (3/6) ... scored three times in 14-3 win over Arizona State (3/19) ... netted four goals at UC Davis (3/27) ... scored twice in Big Splash win at California (4/16) ... scored five times at the MPSF Tournament from Apr. 29-May 1 ... posted hat trick in National Collegiate Championship quarterfinal win over Iona (5/13) ... scored in national title game win over California (5/15).
Summer 2010: Played with Stanford Water Polo Club at 20 Under and Open Nationals ... was named All-America honorable mention at 20Us ... was head counselor at Stanford water polo camps ... took an organic chemistry course at Santa Clara University ... shadowed ER doctor and a general surgeon at UCSF.
As a Sophomore in 2010: Named to MPSF All-Academic List ... scored 22 goals ... posted a hat trick against Pacific at NorCal Invitational (1/31) ... scored four times in second-round win over Arizona State at UCI Invitational (2/27) ... tallied a pair of goals in win over UC Irvine (3/6) ... scored twice in win at UC Davis (3/7) ... netted a pair in National Collegiate Championship quarterfinal win over Pomona-Pitzer (5/14) ... scored in title game loss to USC (5/16).
Summer 2009: Played with Stanford Water Polo Club, winning 20/U and senior national championships ... was a counselor for Stanford Water Polo Camps ... took a summer course on human physiology.
As a Freshman in 2009: Scored 19 goals ... had a hat trick among her six multi-goal games ... scored twice in season-opening win at Santa Clara (1/29) ... posted her first collegiate hat trick in 16-6 win over UC San Diego at the Irvine Invitational (2/21) ... had three straight two-goal games from March 8-21 (against UC Davis, CS Bakersfield and Harvard) ... netted a pair in 13-6 MPSF Tournament quarterfinal win over San Diego State (4/24).
High School: A 2008 graduate of Sir Francis Drake High School in San Anselmo, Calif. ... competed for the swimming and water polo teams all four years ... captained the water polo team in 2007 and the swim team from 2007-08 ... led team to MCAL title in 2004 and 2006 ... team turned in a top-four North Coast Section finish in 2007 ... captured MCAL MVP honors as a junior and senior ... took home team MVP award in 2007 ... selected to the All-NCS First Team three times (2005-07) ... four-time selection to the All-MCAL First Team ... led team in scoring from 2005-07 ... set school swimming records in the 200-yard IM, 200-yard freestyle, 500-yard freestyle and the 100-yard freestyle ... was named a Marin Athletic Foundation Scholar-Athlete in 2008 ... member of the U.S. Youth National Team that went undefeated in play in Sydney, Australia over the summer of 2007 ... has also participated in the U.S. Water Polo Top 40 Festival Open Tournament ... played club for Marin Water Polo Club from 2002-08 ... helped team to top 20 finish at 2008 Junior Olympics ... was named Junior Olympics All-American in 2006.
Personal: Born in San Anselmo, Calif. ... parents' names are Richard and Kathleen ... father rowed at Pacific ... has one younger sister, Kaitlyn, who is a freshman on the Stanford water polo team ... hobbies include watching movies, hanging out with friends and watching sports ... plans to major in human biology and is contemplating a career as a surgeon.