Kendall Howen
Kendall  Howen

RS Junior

Dallas, Texas

High School:
Richardson Pearce

Last College:

Cross Country/Distance


More Than 70 University of Alabama Student-Athletes Set for Commencement Weekend

The Crimson Tide's total includes a pair of NCAA champions, 11 All-Americans and four Academic All-Americans


Track & Field Claims Three Event Titles at Battle on the Bayou

Crimson Tide takes two field events on the men’s side and the 4x100 relay on the women’s


Track & Field Claims Five Event Titles to Conclude John Mitchell Alabama Relays

Crimson Tide men win two field events while the women take three on the track


107 Alabama Students Earn Place on SEC Academic Honor Roll

The Crimson Tide rowing team led the way with 26 honors while the men's and women's track and field teams added 19 and 18, respectively.

Redshirt Junior (2015-16)

Outdoor Season

Clocked a time of 4;46.21 in the 1,500 meters to finish 19th in the event at the Battle on the Bayou … registered a time of 17:55.33 in the 5,000 meters at the Florida Relays … ran 4:41.18 in the 1,500 meters at the Alabama Relays.

Cross Country

Clocked a time of 18:47.54 in the Crimson Classic 5k.


Did not compete.

University of Texas (2012-2014)

Sophomore (2013-14)

Transferred from Texas; did not participate.

Freshman (Texas, 2012-13)

Outdoor Season

Competed in three meets ... posted a 10,000-meters personal-best of 36:30.89 for 10th place at the Big 12 Championships … also ran the 5,000 meters in 17:47.71 at the Big 12 meet … produced a 5,000-meters personal best of 16:50.43, placing fourth at the Mt. SAC Relays … was seventh (36:46.47) in the 10,000 at the Texas Relays … opened the season by taking third in the 3,000 (9:59.92) at the Aztec Invitational.

Prep and Personal

A transfer from the University of Texas who signed with Alabama this summer … owns personal bests of 4:40.95 in the outdoor 1,500 meters; 9:59.92 in the outdoor 3,000; 16:50.43 in the outdoor 5,000; 36:46.47 in the outdoor 10,000; and cross country PRs of 20:01 for 5,000 meters and 22:01.3 for 6,000.