Kendall Fearn - 2013
Kendall Fearn joins the Eagles for the 2013 season after two years as an assistant coach at her alma mater, UNLV. She moved from volunteer assistant in 2011 to a spot as the hitting coach under head coach Pete Manario.
The 2011 Rebels ranked nationally in slugging percentage (11th, .520), home runs per game (15th, 1.2) and batting average (17th, .321). The offense broke three UNLV single-season records, as well: home runs (54), slugging percentage (.520) and on-base percentage (.408).
After graduating from Carlsbad High School (Calif.) in 2005, Fearn became a four-time letterwinner at UNLV and was selected to two all-conference teams. She also earned Mountain West Conference Player of the Week honors twice. In the classroom, she was a three-time academic all-conference member and was named a scholar-athlete once.
In all, she played in 228 games with 227 starts. She owned a batting average of .298 with 186 hits, 75 of which went for extra bases. She finished her career ranked in seven categories of UNLV’s career record book. She has her name listed as high as third in RBI (142). She is fourth in walks (91); fifth in home runs (34), total bases (330) and slugging percentage (.528); seventh in doubles (40) and ninth in hit-by-pitch (12).
She graduated from UNLV in 2009 with her undergraduate degree in psychology and earned her master’s in sports education leadership from UNLV in 2011.