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Annette Kent
Annette Kent

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Evanston, Ill.

High School:
Evanston Township

Height:
5-9

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
11/19/1981

Experience:
4VL



2003: Named NSCAA/adidas second team All-American, becoming the first Boilermaker to achieve this prestigious honor ... Academic All-District V second team selection ... All-Big Ten first team selection at forward ... Academic All-Big Ten ... led team with three shots, two on goal, in NCAA third round match at North Carolina (11/21) ... leaves team as its all-time leader in every major offensive category ... passed Lauren Sesselmann as the program?s all-time assist leader with four assist weekend against DePaul (11/14) and Western Michigan (11/21) during the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament ... against DePaul, deflected a Jayme-Lee Biamonte corner kick to Courtney Coppedge for one score, then assisted on Jennie Moppert?s game-winner in the 69th minute ... posted a four-point day against the Broncos, in the second round of the tournament, scoring one goal and two assists ... score the first of two game-tying goals, after receiving an assist from Sesselmann in the 69th minute ... later provided a game-tying assist to Coppedge at 75:47 and the game-winning assist to Sesselmann four minutes later ... the assist to Coppedge served as her 80th career point ... had three two-assist games this season ... assisted on Coppedge?s game-winning goal vs. Indiana (11/6) at the Big Ten Tournament ... assist was the 15th of her career and doubled as her 75th career point ... recorded eight of team?s 35 shots vs. Indiana State (10/29) ... shot total was the third highest of her career ... took 11 shots in double OT match vs. Eastern Illinois (11/15/2002) and nine at Iowa (10/20/2002) ... scored her fourth game-winning goal of the season against Indiana (10/24) ... was assisted by Sesselmann and Kim Comisar ... game-winner vs. Hoosiers served as the 30th of her career ... led all players with six shots in 2OT tie with Michigan (10/12) ... placed three of those shots on goal ... scored a secondary assist on Sesselmann?s game-winning goal against Michigan State (10/10) ... looped ball across the field to Moppert, who ran down the sideline and slotted pass to Sesselmann in the middle of the goal box ... notched game-tying goal against Iowa (10/5) in the 30th minute off an assist from Lori Arnold ... after receiving Arnold?s pass, had first shot blocked by a defender, but secured rebound and drove it past the Iowa goalkeeper ... provided secondary assist to Arnold in 2-1 home loss to Ohio State (9/28) ... kicked in her third game-winning goal of the season in 3-1 win over Penn State (9/26) ... was assisted by Kelly Haxton ... assisted on Sesselmann?s second goal against the Nittany Lions ... scored first two goals of the game vs. Evansville (9/14) ... first goal came off assists from Comisar and Coppedge at 2:10 ... second goal came off assists from Sesselmann and Shannon Bradbury at 3:45 ... the 1:35 between goals is the shortest span of time for one person to score consecutive goals in Purdue history ... it took Kent and Jessica Baumhoff 1:05 to score back-to-back goals during the Boiler's 7-1 romp over Valparaiso in 2000 ... scored first goal of the Illinois State game (10/12) at 4:35 on a rebound shot off keeper Allison Farrington ... provided two assists to Coppedge in her hat trick game against Arkansas (9/7) ... was the first multi-assist game of Kent?s career ... named Boilermaker Challenge Cup Offensive MVP and selected to the Boilermaker Challenge Cup All-Tournament team selection for scoring two goals against Marshall (8/30) ... first goal was off an assist from Coppedge ... second score came off own rebound ... her five shots on goal vs. Marshall established an individual game record (no overtimes) ... recorded six shots on goal in double-overtime win against Eastern Illinois (11/15/02).

2002: Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten All-Tournament team selection ... started all 22 games and racked up over 1,100 minutes of playing time ... scored seven goals and four assists ... four assists tied her with Lauren Sesselmann for second on the team ... finished second on the club with 18 points ... tied for team lead with four game-winning goals ... led squad in shots (67) and shots on goal (32) ... rattled off a season-high 11 shots in NCAA Tournament win over Eastern Illinois ... contributed one goal and one assist in 3-1 win at Notre Dame ... goal against the Fighting Irish proved to be the eventual game-winner ... scored Boilermakers? only point in season-opening upset over No. 16 St. Mary?s College ... registered only one shot against Minnesota, which proved to be the game-winner in Purdue?s 1-0 triumph over the Golden Gophers ... assisted on Sesselmann?s game-winning goal versus Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten Championships ... also served up an assist to Sesselmann on her game-winner against Wisconsin ... did not receive a single yellow or red card ... completed season ranked first on the Purdue career list in points (53), goals (22), multiple-goal games (3), game-winning assists (5), shots (169) and shots on-goal (91).

2001: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... saw time in all 19 games, starting two ... recorded 737 minutes on field ... team?s second-leading scorer with eight goals and two assists for 18 points ... tied Lauren Sesselmann for team lead in shots with 46 ... team leader in shots on goal with 25 ... earned a 54.3 shot on goal percentage with her 25 shots on goal ... distinguished recipient of the Arthur Ashe Sports-Scholar Award ... tallied a school-record five points in a single game against Butler on Oct. 28 with two goals and one assist ... also earned the Boilermakers? 2-0 shutout victory at DePaul on Oct. 5 with both goals to her credit ... provided the assist to Emily Whetter?s goal at Indiana that defeated the Hoosiers for the second year in a row and gave the Boilermakers the Titan Series point for the 2001 season ... kicked a season-high seven shots at Oakland?s keeper with four on goal on Sept. 17 ... owns game records in the categories of points, second half points, goals, second half goals and shots on goal ... owns season records in shots and shots on goal ... record holder for career marks in points, goals, multiple-goal games, game-winning assists, shots and shots on goal ... places in the top 10 in every single field player category in career stats.

2000: Saw time in all 19 games, starting 15 ... tied Jennie Moppert with team-leading seven goals, ranking tied for second on the school season list ... also notched three assists for a total of 17 points ... took a team-high 56 shots ... recorded another team-high 34 shots on goal ... scored first collegiate goal against DePaul in Purdue?s first-ever season-opening victory ... scored the game-winning goal at No. 14 SMU on a pass from Moppert ... two of her three assists were on game-winning goals (to Moppert against Michigan State and to Katie Redmond at Butler) ... five-point performance (two goals, one assist) at Valparaiso ranks first on the single game list.

High School: Evanston Female Athlete of the Year as a senior ... voted one of the Chicago Tribune?s Top 10 Athletes of the Year ... set high school record for career goals (110) and season goals (36) ... four-time all-conference honoree, three-time all-area selection and a two-time all-state pick ... scored 25 goals as a freshman, 28 as a sophomore, 21 as a junior and 36 as a senior ... member of the 2000 Under-19 Regional champion Windy City Pride Club Soccer Team ... active in the Illinois Olympic Development Program ... three-sport letterwinner in basketball, volleyball and soccer ... National Honor Society member and a Leadership Conference Representative.

Personal: Given name is Annette Inez Kent ... born Nov. 19, 1981 ... majoring in journalism ... parents are James Davis and Sharon Kent-Davis ... has an older brother, Courtney.

Kent?s Career Statistics

Year	GP-GS	G	Ast.	Sh.	SOG	Pts.
2000	19-15	7	3	56	34	17
2001	19-2	8	2	46	25	18
2002    22-22   7       4       67      22      18
2003    23-23	9	10      76	30	28    

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