Hall of Fame 2024

Kendall M. Johnson-Smith 1999

Kendall Johnson-Smith ’99 was an outstanding three sport athlete who arrived at Williston in the fall of 1995. During the fall season, playing for Jeff Pilgrim, she earned three letters as an impact player on three very good soccer teams that finished a combined 29-14-4 and qualified for the highly selective NEPSAC postseason tournament each year.  In a rare accomplishment, she was awarded the program’s prestigious Alumnae Award during both her junior and senior year for her overall contribution to the program.  During the winter she enjoyed a tremendous four-year career as an outstanding rebounding guard playing for legendary coach Ray Brown helping the team average nearly 18 wins a season and earning postseason bids each year.  She served as a two-time captain and was named the team’s MVP during both her junior and senior year sharing the award with current hall of fame inductee Abby Ouimet (Wi-met).  In the spring, she contributed to the softball program where she earned four letters playing for Kristen Mason. Without question, Kendall Johnson-Smith was one of the truly outstanding all-around athletes at Williston during the late 1990s.