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WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
Senior (2013-14) – Played in all 11 tournaments for the Cougars…earned second-career individual title at the WSU Cougar Cup, Sept. 23-24…notched five top-25 finishes on the year, bringing career total to 19 top-25 finishes…recorded lowest round of the season at the Stanford Invitational, Oct. 25-27, carding a 69 (-2)…averaged 75.91 strokes per round…received Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
Junior (2012-13) - Competed in all-11 tournaments for WSU…finished in the top 10 in six tournaments…recorded highest finishes at Challenge at Onion Creek (T3, -4) and at Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” (T3, +1)…shot season low 66 in the third round at Pac-12 Championships…average score last season was a career-best 74.88.
Sophomore (2011-12) - Competed in all 12 of WSU's tournaments...scoring average was the best of her career at 76.14...shot her career-best single-round score of 69 in the third round of the Westbrook Spring Invitational...won the Anteater Invitational outright...had four top-25 finishes and two top-10 finishes...carded lowest three-round score of her career (219) twice.
Freshman (2010-11) - Competed in all 11 of WSU's tournaments...posted a pair of top-25 finishes, including one top-10...recorded a 79.10 season scoring average, third on the team...made collegiate debut at Circling Raven Collegiate Invitational, shooting opening round 76...finished a season-best tied for seventh at WSU Cougar Cup...finished tied for 12th in Gonzaga Individual...shot a season-low 73 in second round of WSU Cougar Cup.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner in golf under head coach Eric Fletcher, serving as team captain all four years...also lettered twice in soccer...never lost an individual match during her high school career and captured four-straight league most valuable player honors...three-time scholar-athlete...freshman year was named Nisqually League Most Valuable Player...led team to an undefeated regular season and a league title...squad finished fourth in state...individually captured the league title and finished fourth in state...sophomore year captured a second-straight Nisqually League Most Valuable Player honor...team went undefeated for a second-straight year, winning the league title...individually, won a second-straight league title and finished second at state...junior year was named All-Seamount League en route to a third-straight league title and most valuable player honor...finished second at state...senior year named Seamount League MVP after winning a fourth-straight league championship...named first-team all-league for a second-straight season...also garnered Seattle Times Athlete of the Week accolades.
Mallory Katherine Kent...born in Seattle...parents Randy and Karen...older brother Patrick plays golf at Colorado Christian...older sister Jennifer plays golf at Biola...enjoys outdoor activities and shopping...member of the National Honor Society for three years.