2011 (SENIOR SEASON): Started all 19 games for Ole Miss ... Recorded three assists on the year against Jackson State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt ... Took three shots on the season ... Led the team in minutes played (1,680) and played in 15 full matches for the Rebels ... Helped anchor a defense that posted seven shutouts during the season.
2010 (JUNIOR SEASON): Started all 20 games for Ole Miss on defense ... Helped the Rebels post six shutouts during the season ... Recorded an assist in the 5-1 win over McNeese State ... Logged full games in all 20 matches and led the team in minutes played with 1,890 ... Recorded three shots during the season including two against McNeese State ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll, the UMAA Honor Roll in the Fall and the Chancellor's Honor Roll in the Spring.
2009 (SOPHOMORE SEASON): Made 10 starts in 20 appearances as a forward ... Helped an Ole Miss offense that ranked second in the SEC and 31st in the nation with 2.1 goals per game ... Scored two goals and led the team with six assists on the season, for a total of 10 points ... Ranked eighth in the SEC with 0.30 assists per game ... Scored the only goal in a 1-0 win at No. 24 Memphis ... Had four assists vs. UALR, which was the highest total by an SEC player in 2010 and tied for the third-most ever by a Rebel in a single game ... Provided the assist on Dylan Jordan's goal in a 1-0 win over Alabama ... Piled up 16 shots on the season, including six on-goal ... Logged a season-high 68 minutes vs. Auburn ... Chancellor's Honor Roll for Fall, Dean's Honor Roll for Spring.
TEXAS TECH (FRESHMAN SEASON): Started all 10 matches in which she played ... Missed the second half of the season after injuring her knee against Oklahoma ... Collected two goals and two assists for six points on the season ... Attempted 17 shots, seven on-goal.
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Woodward Academy to a pair of Class 4A State Championships ... Four-year letterwinner who was named All-City by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on two occasions ... Four-year state qualifier in spring board diving. ODP: Member of the Georgia state team and Region III team from 2002-08.
CLUB TEAM: Four-year team captain for the TopHat Soccer Club ... Helped team to a state championship in 2005 and state finals appearance in 2008 ... Also made a regional quarterfinals and regional semifinals appearance.
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 22, 1990 ... Full name is Kendyl Taylor Mygatt ... Daughter of George and Kathi Mygatt ... Majoring in hospitality management ... Two older brothers were NCAA student-athletes ... Justin played soccer at Washington and Lee, while Tarver competed in swimming and diving at ECU ... Has travelled extensively in Europe, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean.
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