FRESHMAN (2021-22): Played in 21 games… averaged 5.9 minutes per game… scored in six games… season-high 12 points and two assists against Northern New Mexico with season-high three, three-pointers… grabbed three rebounds in two games (Northern New Mexico and UTEP)… recorded an assist in five games and a rebound in six games… recorded a steal at Utah State.
HIGH SCHOOL: League champion in 2018 … four-time team MVP, three-time league MVP, four-time San Diego Union Tribune Scholar-Athlete, San Diego Union Tribune All-Academic Team Captain, three-time WBCA National Player of the Week and was named to the So-Cal Holiday Prep Classic All-Tournament Team … averaged 22.2 points, 9.5 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 3.5 steals and 1.0 blocks per game … named First-Team All-CIF in 2020 and Second Team All-CIF in 2019 … no. 1 scorer in San Diego for two years , no. 3 in California for scoring in the class of 2021.
PERSONAL: Born April 26 in San Diego, Calif. … parents are Kelly and Darin Curtis … has three siblings: Dylan, Andrew and Jessica … intends to major in education.
Coach Bradbury on Curtis: “The signing of Kenzie will add a tremendous scoring punch from the wing spot. She is one of the leading scorers in the entire country and she is one of the best shooters I’ve ever seen.”
Curtis on Why She Chose New Mexico: “I picked UNM because of the women’s basketball fan base, the coaching staff, the drive to win while building a great team environment, and lastly for the opportunity to call The PIT home!”