Kendall Renard (2020)
PF/C 6'3"
Green Bay Preble HS (2020)
UW-Green Bay

Kendall Renard (2020)Hometown: Green Bay, WI

Renard on choosing Green Bay:
"I chose Green Bay because of the many academic possibilities to pursue a career in the healthcare field. The opportunity to continue playing the sport I love while receiving a quality education is all I could ever ask. I've been dreaming about playing on the Green Bay court since I started to play basketball, and it's an amazing feeling to achieve that goal. I'm so ecstatic to play for Coach Borseth and his successful coaching staff. The winning tradition and culture of Green Bay has made the program a very reputable name in women's basketball. I love that my family, friends, coaches, and the Green Bay community will be able to continue to watch me grow as a person and as an athlete. I can't wait for my future at UW-Green Bay, and I hope to contribute to the continued success of the Phoenix!"
 
Career Accolades:
First-Team All-Conference 2018-19
All Conference Defensive Team 2018-19
All-State WBCA Honorable Mention 2018-19
All-Conference Second Team 2017-18
 
Borseth on Renard:
"Kendall has size and skill - that is a rare combination for her position. That makes her ideal for what we do offensively, and she is a matchup nightmare. She constantly works to improve her game. What I really like about Kendall is that she is a very even-keeled person who never seems to get rattled." 
 
HS Coach Jim Doell on Renard:
At six foot three inches tall, Kendall has made a big impact on the Preble Girls' Basketball program. We made the decision halfway through Kendall's sophomore year to play her around the basket a little more like a true post. With Kendall's work ethic and determination in the offseason, she stepped up her game and became a dominant player throughout the state. Teams in the area started to realize that Preble was becoming a force to be reckoned with.  Last year she helped guide Preble to a 20-4 record and gained recognition as Preble finished the regular season ranked eighth in the state.

                                                                          


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