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PENN STATE CAREER
2008 (Junior): Appeared in eight games...Scored four goals on the year with an 80 percent shooting record...Totaled two ground balls, one caused turnover, and three draw controls.
2007 (Sophomore): Saw action in two games...Scored two goals, both on free position attempts...Notched one draw control.
2006 (Freshman): Played in six games, earning first career start versus Temple (3/21)...Scored first collegiate goal in win over Colgate (3/5)...Added a second goal in road victory against Ohio State (4/21)...Tallied one ground ball and two draw controls.
Led Bay Shore H.S. to four league championships in (2001-03 and 2005), two county and Long Island championships (2001, 2005) and the New York State final in 2001...As a senior, scored 65 goals and dished out 24 assists on a 19-0 Marauders teams...Named to the New York State National team 2002-04...Received New York State Empire Team honors in 2003-04...Named All-Tournament, All-League, All-County, All-America honorable mention and Newsday All-Long Island...Earned 12 varsity letters (lacrosse, volleyball, field hockey, winter track)...A two-time Academic All-American...Named to the New York State Scholar Athlete Team from 2002-05...Selected to the field hockey 2005 All-Tournament team...On the honor roll all four years...Played on the Long Island Yellow Jackets Elite Lacrosse Club.
Born on February 8, 1987 to parents Chip and Lisa Jensen...Has two younger brothers, Justin and Luke...Mother, Lisa, was on the Penn State women's gymnastics team (1977-1981)...Father, Chip, competed in track at Roanoke College.
QUOTING COACH ISIDOR
"Brittany is an extremely hard worker who is willing to play anywhere to help the team. She is one of our strongest players and constantly pushes her teammates in the weight room. Although she has been battling injuries throughout the fall season, Brittany has been working hard to get healthy and return to the field. Her energy is contagious and we are looking forward to seeing her contribute on the field this spring."