Women's Soccer

Kenzie Scovill
Kenzie Scovill


Lewisville, Texas

High School:





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2012 (Sr.): Started all 21 games, registering nine goals (T-1st SMU, T-4th C-USA), 20 points (2nd SMU, T-8th C-USA), 47 shots (2nd SMU, 10th C-USA) and three game-winning goals (1st SMU, T-4th C-USA)... Tallied game-winning goal against Oral Roberts (8/24)... Scored two goals (including game-winner) and added an assist against Arkansas (8/26)... Scored twice (including game-winner against UAB (10/19); also posted seven shots... Totaled 25 shots on goal for the year... HONORS: Co-Offensive Player of the Week (8/27) after scoring three goals and adding an assist in games against Oral Roberts (8/24) and Arkansas (8/26).

2011 (Jr.): Started 10 games, playing 759 minutes...Led team in goals (5) and points (11)...Registered game-winning goals against UTSA (8/26), Southern Miss.(9/25) and Houston (10/2). Tallied an assist versus Prairie View A&M (9/18).

2010 (So.): Played 21 games, starting 17...Took five shots, four on goal, and scored with eight seconds left in regulation against Tulsa (10/28)... Recorded an assist vs. Colorado College (10/10)...Took five shots, one on goal, against UTEP (10/8)...Recorded four shots, one on goal, vs. Rice (9/26)...Had an assist vs. St. Mary's (9/19)... Recorded four shots, one on goal, and scored her first goal of the season vs. Oklahoma State (9/10)...Collected an assist against Davidson (9/5).

2009 (Fr.): Played 1,371 minutes over 19 games, 18 of which were starts...Led SMU with six goals, and which was tied for the ninth-most in C-USA, and the third-most among C-USA freshmen...Had three game-winners: 9/4 vs. North Texas, 9/18 at UTSA, and 10/18 at UAB...Her other goals came against then-No. 16 California (9/13), Southern Miss (10/25) and Tulsa (10/29)...Twice scored in two straight games, vs. California and at UTSA (9/13-9/18), and then Southern Miss and Tulsa (10/25-10/29)...Registered an assist on the eventual game-winner against East Carolina on 10/11.

Prior to SMU: Led her team in scoring her first three years...Named Newcomer of the Year her freshman season, and Offensive Player of the Year her freshman and sophomore years...Received all-district honors as a freshman and sophomore...Dallas Morning News Player of the Week runner up as a freshman...Member of the North Texas State team and the U-23 Region III team...Played club for Solar '91, where she was the leading scorer...Member of National Honor Society... Earned the "Fantastic Farmer" Award, which recognizes academic achievement, participation and involvement at Lewisville High School from 2007-2009...Both of her parents are SMU graduates...Full name Mackenize Leigh Scovill.

9/4/2009 vs. North Texas (10')
9/13/2009 vs. #16 California (86')
9/18/2009 at UTSA (65')
10/18/2009 at UAB (62')
10/25/2009 vs. Southern Miss (44')
10/29/2009 vs. Tulsa (18')
9/10/2010 vs. Oklahoma State (68')
10/28/2010 vs. Tulsa (89')
8/26/2011 vs. UTSA (43')
9/18/2011 vs. Prairie View A&M (82')
9/25/2011 vs. Southern Miss. (35')
10/2/2011 vs. Houston (20')
10/14/2011 vs. Marshall (19')
8/24/2012 vs. Oral Roberts (82')
8/26/2012 vs. Arkansas (21')
8/26/2012 vs. Arkansas (55')
9/7/2012 at TCU (68')
9/21/2012 at Houston (47')
9/23/2012 at Rice (29')
10/19/2012 vs. UAB (51')
10/19/2012 vs. UAB (84')
10/21/2012 vs. Memphis (55')

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