After leading her team to three straight league titles and to the regional semifinals of the CIF Division III Tournament in 2016, junior middle blocker/outside hitter Kendall Cady has announced she will take her game to the beach after high school. According to the 692 Beach San Diego program, the West Hills High School product has committed to play beach volleyball at Arizona State beginning in 2018.
The Santee, California native managed 1.8 kills and 0.80 blocks per set, while hitting at a .377 clip and serving up 29 aces as a junior as team went 26-6 and 8-0 in league play. She garnered second team all-San Diego section team honors and was named Most Valuable Player of the Grossmont Hill League after the season. Cady also garnered her second straight first team All-Grossmont Hill League selection and earned her second Fall Classic first team honor. The junior also was named to the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team in 2016
Cady trains with 692 Beach in San Diego and plays indoor club for Epic Volleyball Club 17s team. She also has played for Club H, which finished third in the 15 American Division at the Girls Junior National Championships in 2015.