8  Kendall Frey
Kendall  Frey


Chester Springs, Pa.

High School:
Downington East




Watkins And Frey Named Most Outstanding Scholar-Athletes

The award recognizes academic achievement, leadership and service to the university and community


Frey, Miller Receive NSCAA All-South Region Scholar Recognition

Frey Scored A Career-High Eight Goals In 2014; Miller Listed In Second Straight Season


East Carolina Women's Soccer Blanks Davidson, 2-0

The Pirates Recorded Their Fourth Straight Shutout And First Home Win Of The Season Friday Night


ECU Dismantles Francis Marion, Notches Third Straight Shutout

The Pirates scored five second-half goals in their largest single-game scoring output since 2005.


Hite, Romano, Frey Named to All-Conference USA Team

Hite also earns All-Freshman Team nod

Career: Finished her senior season No. 5 on the school’s all-time list for goals (22) and points (53)…Concluded career with 6,048 total minutes played.

Picked to the NSCAA All-Northeast Region Third Team…Selected to the All-American Athletic Conference First Team…Chosen to the Preseason All-American Athletic Conference Team…Transitioned into an attacking midfielder and led the club in points (17) and assists (5) while tying for first in goals (6)…Tallied four game-winning goals…Logged 1,817 total minutes which ranked second on the team…Played at least 90 minutes in 13 of the Pirates’ 20 matches and logged over 100 minutes on four occasions…Took a career-high five shots and scored the game-winning goal in a 2-0 win over George Mason (8/21)…Notched a career-high four shots on goal and played 104 minutes in the scoreless draw against Loyola-Chicago (8/23)…Tied the school record for assists in a game with three, helping on all three ECU goals in the shutout win at UNC Greensboro (9/6)…Took three shots and had one assist while playing a season-high 109 minutes in a 3-2 double overtime win at Charlotte (9/13)…Recorded her second-career multi-goal game with two strikes in the 2-0 win at Houston (9/24) in the conference opener…Scored the deciding goal with 31 seconds remaining to take down UCF (10/1)…Compiled a career-high five points with two goals, including the game-winner – and one assist in a 3-0 win over Memphis (10/25) in her final home match.

Selected to the All-American Athletic Conference Second Team...Chosen to the American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team...Named to the NSCAA Scholar All-South Region Team...Started all 21 matches as the center forward for the Pirates during her junior campaign...Led ECU in shots (33) and game-winning goals (4) while tying for the team lead in goals (8) and points (18)...Scored goals in back-to-back matches three different times...Also had two assists and amassed 1,763 minutes of playing time...Played every minute in 10 matches and in nine of the final 10...Took three shots and scored her first goal of the season in the win at George Mason (8/29)...Took three shots and scored her 10th-career goal in the victory at Francis Marion (9/1)...Took a career-high four shots with three on-goal and recorded a career-high two assists in the win over Davidson (9/5)...Scored her third goal of the year -- a game-winner -- in the 1-0 win over Campbell (9/21)...Took two shots and scored the game-winner against Houston (10/16)...Fired three shots and scored her fifth goal in the win over SMU (10/19)...Took a pair of shots and scored the game-winner against Houston in the first round of the American Athletic Conference Championship (10/31)...Played all 91 minutes, took three shots and scored both goals via header, including the game-winner one minute into overtime, in the upset victory at second-seeded Memphis in the conference quarterfinals (11/2).

2013: Earned Third Team All-Conference USA honors following a breakout season ... Named to the Conference USA All-Tournament Team ... Appeared in 17 games and made 16 starts while logging 1196 minutes as a striker ... Missed the first four matches of the season due to injury ... Led the team with six goals and 13 points on the season and took 20 shots ... Half of her tallies were game-winners against Conference USA opponents ... Scored in four of the final five and five of the last seven games of the season ... Made her first start of the season against George Washington (9/8) while scoring her first goal of the year and taking three shots in 75 minutes of action ... Notched her first-career assist in a 2-0 win over Charlotte (9/29) ... Scored the game-winning goal in overtime in a 2-1 victory at FIU (10/18) ... Began a four-game scoring streak with a game-winning strike in a 1-0 triumph at Southern Miss (10/25) ... Netted her fourth goal of the year and played a season-high 95 minutes in a 2-2 draw at Rice (10/27) ... Scored a goal in the 2-1 win over Middle Tennessee (10/31) in the regular-season finale ... Punched home a golden goal in a 1-0 overtime victory over UTEP (11/6) in the first round of the C-USA Championship ...Named to the ECU Director of Athletics' Honor Roll in the Spring of 2014.

2012: Named to Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... Started 17 of 20 games during rookie season ... Logged 1252 minutes on the pitch with a season-high 98 against SMU (10/12) ... Made collegiate debut in the season opener at Campbell (8/17) recording a shot on goal ... First career start was against Davidson (8/31) ... Netted a pair of goals (both game-winners) with first career goal against ODU (8/22) ... Second career strike was against Colorado College (9/23) in a 1-0 victory ... One of six Pirates to net goals on the season ... Eight of 15 shots were on goal (53.3 percent) ... Lone assist came at Southern Miss (10/21) on Caty Butler's goal in the 61st minute ... Season-high two shots vs. HPU (2 on goal), CCW (2 on goal), MAR ... Logged 40 minutes or more in all 20 Matches ... One of three freshmen to record starts for ECU (second-longest streak among Pirate rookies behind fellow all-freshman selection Haley Patsey) ... Named to Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Named to ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll both semesters

Downington East High School: Played for coach Craig Reed at Downingtown East High School where she was named team captain her senior season before moving to North Carolina ... Named 2nd MVP of the ChesMont League in 2011 ... Earned first-team all-league honors as a junior and senior ... Helped the team win the 2009 district title and a pair league championships (2010 and 2011).

Club Experience: Played for coach Darren Ambrose and the 93 Penn Fusion in 2010 and 2011 ... From 2009-10 played for 92 Gaels under the direction of coach Shawn Ferris, where they won the EPYSA State Cup title and advanced to the USYS Region I Finals.

Personal: Communication major ... Daughter of Mark and Donna Frey ... Has three brothers (Tyler, Logan and Austin).