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    Kendall Hackney
    Kendall Hackney


    Cincinnati, Ohio

    High School:
    Mount Notre Dame




    'Cats Wrap Up Season Series with No. 21/18 Nebraska Sunday

    Second meeting between Wildcats and Huskers in month of January


    Wildcats, Gophers Clash Sunday in Minneapolis

    Begins stretch of three games in seven days for Northwestern


    First Road Trip of the Year Takes 'Cats to Cal

    Wildcats square off with 17th-ranked California Sunday at 5 p.m. CT


    Big Ten Announces Distinguished Scholar Awards

    NU represented by 48 student-athletes from 14 different programs


    2012-13 NU Women's Basketball Year in Review

    A look back at the 2012-13 Northwestern women's basketball season


    Northwestern vs. Wisconsin

    Northwestern vs. Wisconsin Women's Basketball


    Northwestern vs. Nebraska

    Northwestern vs. Nebraska


    Northwestern vs. Cal (12/17/12)

    Northwestern vs. Cal (12/17/12)

    Get to Know Kendall Hackney

    Hackney 2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats

    2012-13: 2013 Third-Team All-Big Ten by coaches, Honorable Mention pick by media ... 2013 Capital One Academic All-District selection ... Named to the New York Life Holiday Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Started all 30 games, averaging 35.3 mpg ... Averaged a team-high 13.8 ppg, 5.9 rpg, and shot a career-best 43.8% from the floor ... Never missed a game in her NU career (126 games; NU record-holder for career games played) ... 97-straight appearances in the starting lineup (114 total) ... 24 out of 30 games this season in double-figure scoring ... 82 of 126 career games with 10+ points ... Led NU in scoring 12 times during the season ... Finished with 1,547 career points, ranking 9th in NU history ... Also leaves Northwestern ranking fourth in 3-point field goals (147), fifth in 3-point field goal attempts (424), eighth in 3-point field goal percentage (.347), sixth in rebounds (699) and seventh in blocked shots (75) ... Tallied season team-high of 26 points against Ole Miss (12/22) ... 21 points in NU's win at Illinois (1/20) ... Also had 20-point outings in season-opener vs. UT-Martin (11/9), vs. Yale (11/21) and at Minnesota (2/17) ... Posted a double-double vs. Yale with 10 rebounds ... Recorded a double-double in the first half (12 pts., 10 rebs) before fouling out with 8:30 remaining against Penn State (1/3) ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Named Big Ten Distinguished Scholar following 2012-13 academic year.

    2011-12: All-Big Ten Honorable mention selection by the media... Scored the 1,000th point of her career against Purdue (1.26.12) and most recently recorded the 500th rebound of her tenure against Penn State (2./12) ... NU's leading scorer and ranks eight in the Big Ten with 15 ppg ... Second on the team in rebounding, averaging 6.1 rpg ... Reached double digits in 14-straight outings prior to facing Wisconsin (1/22) and ended the season with seven-game steak ... Scored in double figures 24 times this year ... Named 2012 Capitol One Academic All-District honoree ... Named MVP of BTI Invitational in Las Vegas ... received Academic All-Big Ten honors.

    2010-11: Honorable Mention All-Big Ten ... CoSida Academic All-District selection ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree ... Started all 33 games, averaging nearly 31 minutes per outing ... Finished second on her team in scoring with 11.6 ppg, placing her 20th among Big Ten scorers ... Notched a career-best 24 points at Georgia Tech (12/1/10), thanks to a 5-for-9 effort from behind the arc ... Hauled down a career-best 12 rebounds against then-No. 24 DePaul (12/13/10) ... Recorded a game-high 22 points and eight rebounds in Big Ten Tournament victory over Minnesota (3/3/11) ... Ranked 17th in rebounds per game (5.3) in conference play and tied for 14th in defensive rebounds per game overall (3.8) in the Big Ten ... Tallied double figures 17 times and hit the 20-point plateau on five occasions ... Connected on 43-of-50 free throws (86 percent) in Big Ten games only, tying her for third in the conference ... Recorded career highs in assists (3) and steals (5).

    2009-10: Named to the Big Ten's All-Freshman Team ... Started 21 of NU's 33 games, averaging nearly 27 minutes per outing ... Finished second on the team in scoring (9.2 ppg) and in rebounding (5.2 rpg) ... Scored double-figures in 8-of-11 contests, including an 18-point effort against Michigan (2/4/10) and three 14-point performances against Michigan State (2/14/10), Indiana (2/18/10) and Illinois (2/28/10) ... Sunk a career-best 20 points on 8-of-9 from the field against Loyola (Chicago) (12/22/09) ... Shot 41 percent from the field, good for fourth on the team ... Second on the squad from beyond the arc, nailing 40 percent of her looks ... Recorded a career-best eight rebounds against Michigan State (2/14/10), then tied that against Indiana (2/18/10) ... Tallied double-digits in 13 games

    High School: 2009 Miss Ohio basketball ... Ranked the 38th forward in the nation by ... Slotted at 55th in the country by ESPN's HoopGurlz ... Four-time Ohio Division 1 State Champion ... Co-Division 1 Player of the Year ... First-team all-state senior year ... MVP of state championship game her sophomore and junior year ... Named Most Outstanding Player of state tournament in 2008-09 ... Honored as Player of the Year by the Cincinnati Enquirerher senior season ... 2008-09 Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Women's Sports Foundation high school basketball Player of the Year ... LaRosa's Female Athlete of the Year (2008-09) ... Averaged 13.3 points per game during her senior season ... Shot 50 percent from the field and 83.5 percent from the free throw line for the 2008-09 campaign ... Scored 1,212 points in her high school career ... Recorded 110 wins and only 10 losses during high school career ... Member of All-Ohio AAU team ... President of National Honor Society ... Honor roll every quarter ... Played against current Wildcat Brittany Orban her freshman season and against fellow NU freshman Dannielle Diamant in AAU.

    Personal: Born Kendall Lauren Hackney in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Parents are Carol and Ed Hackney ... Father played basketball at Hanover College ... Majoring in communication studies.