|Hometown:||San Jose, Calif.|
Finishes his career ranked first all-time in assists (66), second in steals (176) and fourth in goals (136).
AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR IN 2004: Started all 33 matches... led the team in goals scored for with 46... had a shooting percentage of .474... ranked second on the team with 26 assists... also second on the team in steals with 45... drew 61 kick outs on the season... found the back of the net in 23 of the Bronco's 33 matches... had multiple goals in 11 matches... drew three kick outs and had four steals in season-opener with Stanford... also drew two kick outs, had four steals and two goals against No. 10 Loyola Marymount... drew three kick outs and a goal and an assist in match with Pepperdine... added a goal and an assist against Redlands... scored twice and had an assist in win over Chapman... also netted a goal and drew three kick outs against Pacific... drew four kick outs, had three steals, three assists and three goals in first meeting with UC Santa Cruz... added three goals against Whittier at Slugfest Tournament... also scored in second match with UC San Diego... scored, had an assist and two steals in win over Redlands... drew four kick outs and scored three times in match with Cal Baptist at the Nor Cal Tournament... added four more goals against UC Santa Cruz at the Nor Cal Tournament... had a season-high five kick outs drawn in match with Bucknell... also had three goals and two steals in that game... scored twice and added two steals and three assists in overtime win over Harvard...scored a season-high six goals in match with Pomona... also had two assists and a steal in that game... added another goal and two steals in first meeting with UC Davis... had two assists and a season-high five steals against UC Santa Cruz... added two more goals against BYU-Hawaii... drew three kick outs and had two assists and a steal in win over Air Force at the Aggie Shootout... scored and had two assists, three steals and two kick outs drawn in third meeting with UC Davis... added goals against nationally-ranked Long Beach and Pacific... also had four steals in match with Pacific... scored five goals in WWPA Championships... drew four kick outs in each of first two matches of WWPA Championships... netted three more goals against Whittier.
AS A RS JUNIOR IN 2003: A team captain... started 29 contests... missed action against UCLA due to illness... netted 56 goals and 21 assists on the season... led starters with a .479 shooting percentage and was second on the team in steals, with 57... also drew a team-leading 71 kick outs... recorded 17 multi-goal games on the season... scored three goals in season opener against Chapman... scored in 11 straight contests to open season and scored in all but four matches... drew five kick outs at No. 10 Pacific... scored one goal and had four steals and three assists at UC Santa Cruz... netted four goals against La Verne on Sept. 21... ... led the team with four goals in upset victory over 17th-ranked BYU-Hawaii... drew five kick outs and netted four steals against Claremont... added four goals against Pomona-Pitzer... scored the team's second goal against second-ranked Stanford... netted two scores against No. 10 UC Santa Barbara... earned four steals against No. 12 Navy... scored game-winner that afternoon against UC Santa Cruz... posted five goals and drew six kick outs against Chaminade at the Convergence Tournament... scored three goals to lead the Broncos past No. 15 BYU-Hawaii... first goal tied the match with one minute left in regulation while other two were the difference in double overtime... stole the ball and scored on a breakaway against UC Davis.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2002: Redshirted the season while studying overseas in Spain.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2001: Led the Broncos defensively with 53 steals, totaling 74 in his young career...started in all 24 matches...tallied 16 goals and equally as many assists on the season, leading the team in assists.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2000: Scored 18 goals while taking 30 shots... ended the season with a .600 shot percentage... recorded 21 steals... scored two goals against No. 19 UC Davis and against Chaminade.
HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Leland High School in San Jose, Calif. under coach Mike Monsese... named Best Defensive Player his junior year and team MVP his senior season... received first-team West Catholic League and first-team All-CCS as a senior... also swam and played basketball and volleyball.
PERSONAL: Full name is Kenny Flanagan-De La Hoz... born on January 14, 1982 in San Jose, Calif... parents are Ken and Margarita... father played baseball at Santa Clara and was a member of the 1962 World Series team... has two older brothers and two older sisters... major is accounting... aspires to eventually become a teacher.
Flanagan's Career Statistics
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