|High School:||Great Valley HS|
Awards & Honors
-2015 MSPF All-Tournament
-2015 and 2016 MPSF All-Academic
2016: Started all 17 games in goal for the Ducks as a senior, clocking 854:39, nearly doubling her previous single-season high … was named to the MPSF All-Academic team … posted a 9-8 record with a 10.11 goals against average … recorded 93 saves to 297 shots faced for a .392 save percentage … her 93 saves rank eighth in the program record book for a single season … recorded a season-high 10 saves in Oregon’s MPSF Quarterfinal game against Colorado (4/28) … played six full games in the cage for the Ducks … allowed a season-low two goals in 30 minutes at Saint Mary’s (4/3) … also allowed five or less goals in games against LIU Brooklyn (3/5), Fresno State (3/13), California (4/1), UC Davis (4/10) … finishes her career at No. 4 in the program record book in wins (10) and saves (148) … her career GAA of 9.47 currently ranks second in the program record book, and is the only sub-10 GAA outside of Caroline Federighi.
2015: Played in 12-of-18 games during her junior campaign, including starts in the final four games of season...wrapped up the season with an 8.84 goals against average, second-best single-season GAA at Oregon (min. 400 minutes)…her 8.49 career GAA through 565:13 minutes of action currently tops the career GAA category (min. 500 minutes)…named to the MPSF All-Tournament team after posting 12 saves and a .421 saves percentage at the conference tournament...her 12 saves in the MPSF Quarterfinal game versus Denver set a new career-high…also tied her career-high in ground balls with five against Denver in the tournament opener – was previously set against the Pioneers six days earlier…picked up her first career victory on the road against UC Davis, 10-7…earned her first MPSF All-Academic honors.
2014: Saw 117:17 minutes of action in six games in a backup role…posted a 7.16 goals against average, allowing 14 goals while stopping seven…recorded a season-high and career-high five saves against in a 19-8 loss to Denver (5/2) in the semifinals of the MPSF Tournament…wrapped up the season with four groundballs and four caused turnovers.
2013: Did not play for the Ducks in 2013.
Before Oregon: Earned four letters both in soccer and lacrosse as a goalie for Great Valley High School...named Second Team All-League in lacrosse under head coach Joe Tornetta and First Team All-League in soccer...played for Mongoose Lacrosse Club out of Malvern, Pa....scholastic achievements include: Academic All American (2011-2012).
Personal: Born Jenna C. Morris in Chicago, Ill....daughter of Chris and Wendy Morris...has one older brother, Trey...has one older sister Chelsea…majoring in environment science with a minor in biology.