INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Coker College women's lacrosse member Faith Kent finished the 2018 season in historic fashion by finishing atop the NCAA Division II in points per game, averaging 6.80 per contest. Additionally, the Winter Springs, Fla. native finished fifth in NCAA Division II in goals per game, burying 4.53 per contest.
Kent, a rising senior attacker capped off her junior campaign with an impressive 68 goals and 34 assists in 15 games. In the Coker career history books, Kent is already the all-time leader in points with 271, assists with 99, points per game at 5.53, and sits second in the record book in career goals with 172.
During her 2018 campaign, Kent made her presence known across the South Atlantic Conference, being crowned the statistical champion in four different categories. Kent led the conference in assists per game with 2.27, total draw controls with 106, goals per game with 4.53, and points per game with 6.80. The Coker attacker was named first team all-conference for the second consecutive year for her dominant performance.
She is the daughter of Phyllis Kent and is a communications major at Coker.