The 5-foot-6 sophomore midfielder and defender led the Crusaders to a 25-3-3 record and both the Southern Section Division 6 and the Southern California Division V Regional tournament championships this past season. Wesley scored 22 goals and passed for nine assists. Rated as the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2019 by TopDrawerSoccer.com, Wesley is a member of the U.S. Soccer Under-17 Women’s National Team. She was the Southern Section Division 6 Player of the Year.
Wesley has maintained a weighted 4.02 GPA in the classroom. She has made a verbal commitment to play soccer on scholarship at Stanford University beginning in the fall of 2019.
A violinist and former gymnast, Wesley has volunteered locally collecting and supplying goods to the homeless, and she has donated her time as a youth camp counselor. “At any moment, Kennedy was a game-changer,” said Rob Gurule, head coach of Maranatha School. “She was excellent in the air, on set pieces, throw-ins, 50-50 balls, all the intangibles. Her pace and change of speed and direction, even at higher speeds, created automatic separation.”