at Phoenix FC (USL)
vs. Denver University
New Mexico got seven goals, including a pair from James Rogers and Josh Goss
Senior Michael Calderon scores three times in spring match versus UC Riverside
New Mexico prepares for the 2013 season with seven spring exhibitions.
Lobo Midfielder Will Represent Canada In U-20 World Cup Qualification
The duo continues to rack up the national accolades
2012 - FRESHMAN SEASON MPSF Newcomer of the Year... TopDrawerSoccer Second Team Freshmen All-Season Team... Voted to College Soccer News' Second Team National All-Freshmen Team... MPSF All-Tournament Team... Among top 15 in nation in goals by a freshman... His seven goals this season was the most by a New Mexico freshman since the late Ben Ashwill scored twelve goals in 2002... Scored twice against Denver in the semifinals of the MPSF Tournament (11-9-12)... Four of his seven goals were game-winning goals... Scored first collegiate goal in fifth career game against Dartmouth (9-14-2012)... Recorded a goal and an assist in historic 11-0 win over UNLV (10-19-2012)... Assisted on Carson Baldinger's double-overtime gamewinner against UC Irvine (9-16-2012).
INTERNATIONAL/DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE Played on Canadian U-18 and U-20 national teams... Played for Canadian U-20 in friendlies in Mexico City in summer of 2012... Named one of top eleven players in 2012 USSF Development Academy playoffs by TopDrawerSoccer.com... Took Vancouver Whitecaps to Development Academy championship in 2012, was defeated by teammate Nicholas Rochowski and FC Dallas... Spent 2011 season with the Vancouver Whitecaps in the Major League Soccer Reserve League... Also spent time on the Whitecaps' FC Residency team.
CLUB Back-to-back Vancouver Cup's Most Valuable Player Award in 2004 and 2005 with two different clubs... Named 2005 Pioneer Cup's Most Valuable Player Award... Played three club seasons with MLS's Vancouver Whitecaps club affiliate Vancouver Selects... Member of British Columbia's Provincial Team program at U-14 and U-16 levels... Spent over two years with the Canadian Soccer Association's National Training Centre program.
PERSONAL Full name is Ben Millar McKendry... Born March 25, 1993 in Vancouver, British Columbia to Sue and Ian McKendry... His family maintains dual citizenships in Canada and New Zealand...Attended school in New Zealand before attending Templeton Secondary School in Vancouver... Intends to major in Psychology at UNM... Has one sibling, a brother named Geoff.