Kendall Juett
Kendall  Juett

Carrollton, TX

High School:
Creekview HS




The Final Chapter

Kendall Juett's Hall of Fame Induction Puts A Stamp On Her Time At North Texas

Career at North Texas
One of the most illustrious players to ever put on a uniform at North Texas, Juett ranks in the top 10 all-time at North Texas in five different offensive categories ... Sits in second place all-time in assists (29) ... Seventh with 30 career goals ... Ranks fourth with 257 shots all-time ... Tied with Brittany Cleveland for fifth place with 10 game-winning goals ... Played and started in all 96 games at North Texas, both achievments equaling the most in school history ... Named Sun Belt Preseason Player of the Year twice ... Was a four-time first-team All-Sun Belt selection ... Twice scored had tricks (2006, 2007)

Was selected to the first-team All-Sun Belt ... Became the all-time leader in games played and started in school history (96) ... Was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week Sept. 8 for scoring the game-winning goal over Texas Tech in a 2-1 victory ... Scored the game-tying goal with only eight minutes remaining in regulation in a 2-2 tie versus Florida International ... Named the Sun Belt Preseason Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, as well as the Preseason All-Sun Belt Team ... Was seventh in the conference with 50 shots and eighth with 2.38 SPG.

Selected the Sun Belt Preseason Player of the Year ... Named first-team all-Sun Belt ... Led the team in shots (65) and was second on the team with 34 shots on goal ... Scored three game-winning goals, second to only Kelli Lunsford's four ... Scored five goals and had three assists ... Started and played in all 20 games for the Mean Green.

Selected first team All-Sun Belt ... Named to the Sun Belt All-Tournament team ... Selected Sun Belt Player of the Week for her contributions in wins over Texas Woman's and UTEP ... Led the team in assists (12) ... Was second on the team in shots (79), third in points (28) and fourth in goals (8) ... Recorded a hat-trick against ULM ... Scored two goals against UTEP ... Dished out two assists versus Lamar and Texas State during the regular season ... Assisted twice versus Western Kentucky in the Sun Belt tournament ... NT was 10-1 when she recorded at least a point ... Started all 23 games.

Selected first-team All-Sun Belt ... Named to the all-Sun Belt Tournament team ... Selected to the Central Region freshman team by Soccer Buzz ... Led North Texas in points (34) and game-winning-goals (5) ... Tied for first on team in goals (13) and assists (8) ... Second on team in shots (62) ... Ranked fifth in conference in points per game (1.55) ... Tied for fifth in conference in points per game (.59) ... Tied for ninth in the conference in assists per game (.33) ... Posted a hat trick in win against Louisiana-Monroe, earning her a season-high six points ... Scored on a penalty kick against Lousiana-Monroe ... Made three assists in victory versus Arkansas State ... Started all 22 games.

High School/Personal
Was a three-time first-team all-district honoree ... Was a member of three district championship teams ... Racked up 57 goals and 57 assists in her career and is the record holder for career assists ... Was a two-time team MVP ... Holds Creekview High School records for single-season total points (28 goals and 16 assists in 2006), all-time career playoff goals (7), total points in career (57 goals and 57 assists) ... Was a 2004 UIL Women's 5A Team State Champion and Region II Team Qualifier ... Was a 2006 UIL State 5A Team Championship Finalist and Region II Team Champion ... Named the 2006 Offensive MVP District 10-5A after scoring 28 goals and dishing out 16 assists ... Named to the 2006 UIL State All-Tournament First Team ... Named a 2006 TASCO 5A All-Region First Team and All-State nominee ... School honors included Honor roll, Inspiration award, and Most Improved student ... Lettered all four years and was a two-time captain ... Played for Solar and Sting Soccer clubs ... Two brothers, Kyle and Kelley ... Daughter of John and Debbie Juett ... Born July 5, 1988.
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