24 - Kendall McIntosh
Kendall McIntosh
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Santa Rosa Calif.
High School: Sonoma Academy
Position: Goalkeeper

FRESHMAN (2012): McIntosh played behind the 2012 West Coast Conference’s Goalkeeper of the Year, SCU senior Larry Jackson, appearing in just one match, making three saves against local rival San Jose State on Sept. 9, 2012.

HIGH SCHOOL:
Five-star recruit and one of the top-ranked prep goalkeepers in the nation according to TopDrawerSoccer.com … just months prior to his first season at Santa Clara in 2012, McIntosh represented the U.S. U-20 Men’s National Team at the Northern Ireland Milk Cup … originally attended Sonoma Academy as a student, played for the Santa Rosa United club program and later the San Jose Earthquakes Youth Academy … part of the U-14 National Development Program and the U-15 Boys’ National Team prior to residency with the U-17s … at the 2011 CONCACAF Championships in Jamaica, he helped the U.S. to a 3-2 win over El Salvador and pitched shutouts against Jamaica and Canada allowing the U.S. to move on to the FIFA World Cup in Mexico … he made four international appearances in 2010, his first season in residency … has extensive national and international playing experience, beginning with making the District V ODP team in 2006, the State ODP team in 2007 before being chosen for the Regional IV team and later the U-14 National Development Program.

PERSONAL:
Born in Oakland, Calif. … son of Steven and Sonja McIntosh … father played basketball at Harvard (1976-78) and attended graduate school at Stanford … has an older brother, Julian, who was a four-year varsity defender at Duke University, graduating in 2012 … McIntosh is an excellent student, having graduated high school early to attend SCU in 2011-12 … studying in SCU’s Leavey School of Business.