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Kenzie Kent Joins Harvard Women’s Lacrosse Coaching Staff

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2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

After completing an incredible career at Boston College, Kenzie Kent has joined the Harvard Women’s Lacrosse coaching staff, the Crimson announced this week.

This past year, Kent was named an IWLCA First Team All-American, and led the nation in scoring - with 127 points on 52 goals and 75 assists. She finished her collegiate lacrosse career with 255 career points, and helped guide the BC women’s lacrosse team to their second straight NCAA championship appearance.

Additionally, Kent left her mark on the BC women’s hockey team from 2014-2018, where she helped lead the Eagles to three Frozen Fours. Upon the completion of her hockey career at BC, she was tied for eighth in career points, fourth in career assists, and set the program’s games played record with 157 career games.

Congrats, Kenzie, and good luck with the Crimson!