As a junior (2009) - Team vice-captain... Started all 20 games... Dished out three assists... Named to the Athletic Director's honor roll in the fall and spring... Dean's List in the spring.
As a sophomore (2008)- Started all 21 games... Scored her first career goal in the 3-1 win over Dartmouth (10/19)... Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll... Selected to NFHCA National Academic Squad.
As a freshman (2007)-- Played in 19 games with 16 starts... Recorded one assist... Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll and Dean's List in the spring.
In 2006 -- Redshirted... Named to Athletic Director's honor roll and Dean's List in the fall and Spring... Selected to NFHCA National Academic Squad.
In High School - Lettered four years in field hockey under coaches Ahern and Derr... Four-year varsity starter... Earned All-State first team honors in 2005 and was named to the second team in 2004... Two-time first team Section I All-Star... Second leading Section I scorer... Two-time Jane Hoolver all-tournament team member... Received the Rotary Club Field Hockey Award... Played for the National Festival Champion and Keystone State Games silver medalist... Landis Brackbill Scholarship nominee... Also lettered in softball.
PersonalFull name is Jenna Lyn Ahern... Daughter of Linda Ahern and Sean Ahern... Birthdate is June 14, 1988... Majoring in marketing with a minor in international business... Her father was a wrestler at Lock Haven University... Her aunt, Pam Lutz played field hockey at West Chester University... Her aunt Donna Lutz played field hockey at Indiana University (Pa.)... Post college ambition: signed a contract to work as a Business Growth Strategist for J&L Marketing... Her role model is her mom, `undoubtedly the strongest woman I know, she taught me I can achieve anything I want to and always remember that success is in the journey, not the destination'... Proudest moment of her life was signing her Letter of Intent to play for Louisville and competing against Iowa in the NCAA tournament.