Penn State 2012 Recruiting Class: Jenna Mosketti

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Jenna Mosketti

Dec. 22, 2011


Position: Midfielder
Hometown: Fallston, Md.
High School: Michael McTeague
Club Team: NEMS

Jenna Mosketti is a two-time first team all-county midfielder and 2009 state champion from Michael McTeague High School in Fallston, Md. The three-year starter and 2011 team captain earned second team all-state honors following a standout junior season. Mosketti is rated No. 16 on ESPN's 2011 list of top 25 high school juniors. Also a standout field hockey player at MMHS, she captured state titles in 2009 and 2011 and is a three-time first team all-county honoree.

Also successful at the club level, she helped NEMS claim national titles in 2009 and 2011.

Jenna Mae Mosketti was born on September 20, 1994 in Ithaca, N.Y. to parents Joe and Karen...Father played football at Michigan...Has two older sisters, Amanda and Sammi, that both played lacrosse at Virginia Tech...Hobbies include cooking and reading...Chose Penn State because "I love the school. I wanted to go to a large school with great athletics and academics. And I loved the school spirit!"

Missy Doherty on Mosketti
"Jenna is a standout midfielder who excels at both the offensive and defensive end. At 5-10, she is a true presence on the field, and also exhibits all the characteristics you look for in a leader. Not to mention, she is a good cook, so I'm sure her teammates will appreciate that."




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