After starting 45 games at second base a season ago, she will move to center field this season.
One of the Gauchos most consistent weapons, she was awarded All-Big West Honorable Mention for the second consecutive year...Started all 45 of the games she played in ...Led the team with a .302 batting average and 42 hits...Her three triples, which were also tops on the squad, ranked fourth in the Big West and eighth on the UCSB all-time single season list...Chipped in with 28 runs scored and a slugging percentage of .460 in 139 at bats...Was third on the team with four homeruns, 24 RBI and a .359 on base percentage...Her four homers last season gives her a career total of 11, which is sixth all-time on UCSB's career homerun list...She is also sixth on the career triples list with five and ninth on the career doubles list with 18...Had a team season-high seven game hitting streak early in the season from January 30 through February 12...Also scored a season-high three runs in a game during that span, finishing 3-for-4 with a triple and a homer February 9 against New Mexico...Hit a three run bomb against Southwest Missouri State February 18...Went 3-for-3 with a season-high two doubles, scored twice and drove in two April 17 against UC Davis...Went 2-for-4 with a homer, two RBI and two runs April 30 against Cal State Northridge.
Garnered Honorable Mention All-Big West honors...Started every game for the Gauchos as a freshman and was near the top in almost every offensive category in 2004...Was the team leader in total bases with 91...Led the Gauchos and finished third in the Big West with 14 doubles...Was fourth in the Big West in at bats with 188 and sixth in total bases with 87...Her seven homers were second on the Gauchos and fifth in the Big West...Finished second in hits and RBI, with 52 and 33, respectively...She was second on the team in at-bats with 194 and slugging percentage at .469...Tied for the lead in runs scored with 28 and triples with two...Was fourth in batting with an average of .268...Went 2-for-4 with a homerun and two runs scored against Loyola Marymount February 20...Had a Gaucho season-high in hits with four against the University of Nevada, (3/23) going 4-for-4, with three RBIs and a run scored...Walked four times against Cal State Fullerton (5/14), which was also a season high...Had a four game span in which she went 6-for-15 with a homer, six RBI and three runs scored from April 10-18.
Helped Woodbridge High School to a CIF Division I Championship in 2003 under coach Alan Dugard...Captured the Warriors own tournament title, winning the Woodbridge Classic in 2003.
Played shortstop for the Firecrackers travel ball squad.
Kendra Marie Singley was born August 7, 1985 in Orange County, California...Enters her junior year at UCSB as a Business Economics major and Sports Management minor...Wants to get into advertising upon graduation...Roots for the Los Angeles Angels and Lakers and Dallas Cowboys...Her favorite athlete is Brittany Putich...Likes to watch "The Real World" and "Sports Center"...Her favorite movie is "Remember the Titans"...Enjoys reading "Cosmopolitan," "Seventeen," "People" and "US Weekly"...She loves the beach and the boys at UCSB...Nicknamed "Shelbs"...Has one older sister, Kari, and one younger sister, Krystal...Daughter of Jim and Linda Singley.