Evan Kennedy
Evan Kennedy
Height: 6-0
Weight: 130
Year: Fr
Hometown: South Windsor, Conn.
High School: East Catholic
Position: Distance
Major: Neuroscience

2018-19
Athletic Director's Honor Roll both semesters
NE10 Academic Honor Roll both semesters (Fall - Academic Excellence, Spring - Academic Distinction)

Indoor Track & Field Personal Best Marks

EventMark
800 1:59.63
MILE 4:38.88
1000 2:39.29

Complete Indoor Track & Field Results

DateMeetEventMarkPlace
   02/16 - Feb 17, 2019 Northeast-10 Indoor Track & Field Championships 800 2:00.23 9th  (F)
   Feb 09, 2019 URI Tribute to Bill Falk 800 1:59.63 7th  (F)
   Feb 09, 2019 URI Tribute to Bill Falk 4x400 3:33.03 2nd  (F)
   01/25 - Jan 26, 2019 Branwen Smith-King Invitational and Multi 800 2:09.72 19th  (F)
   Jan 19, 2019 URI Sorlein Invitational 1000 2:39.29 8th  (F)
   Dec 08, 2018 2018 Howlin Husky Invitational Mile 4:38.88 11th  (F)
   Dec 08, 2018 2018 Howlin Husky Invitational 4x800 7:59.22 1st  (F)

Outdoor Track & Field Personal Best Marks

EventMark
400 51.75
800 1:56.41

Complete Outdoor Track & Field Results

DateMeetEventMarkPlace
   05/03 - May 04, 2019 Northeast-10 Outdoor Track & Field Championships 800 2:02.87 8th  (F)
   05/03 - May 04, 2019 Northeast-10 Outdoor Track & Field Championships 800 1:56.41 8th  (P)
   Apr 27, 2019 Stonehill Skyhawk Invitational 800 1:58.09 5th  (F)
   Apr 20, 2019 Holy Cross Invitational 2019 400 51.75 10th  (F)
   Apr 20, 2019 Holy Cross Invitational 2019 4x400 3:25.91 5th  (F)
   04/12 - Apr 13, 2019 Ocean State Invitational 800 2:00.28 46th  (F)
   Mar 30, 2019 UMass Lowell Invitational 800 2:00.74 6th  (F)

High School:
2018 graduate of East Catholic High School. Four-year letterwinner in cross country and track and field.
Honors: 3x All-Star cross country, 2x state champion, school-record holder for 4x800 

Personal:
Date of Birth: Born December 1, 1999, in Hartford, Conn.
Parents: Patrick and Sandra Kennedy
Siblings: Ryan, Adam, Noah, Sean and Ayden
Academic Major: Neuroscience
Why Stonehill? nice campus, nice people, and helpful professors