2010: Begins her senior year looking to continue to build on the success of her junior year . . . moved back to defense as a junior after spending her first two years playing up front for the Green and White . . . is a physical player that isn’t afraid to play strong on the ball . . . has a big leg that is valuable on set pieces in the Spartans’ offensive half . . . is an experienced player that has the ability to be a defensive difference maker for York . . . has appeared in 59 career matches as she has seven points on three goals and one assist . . . she also has two career game-wining goals.
2009: Played in all 20 of the Spartans’ contest as she started four of those matches . . . tallied five points on two goals and one assist . . . had a season-high three points on a goal and an assist in the September 21 win over Alvernia . . . registered the game-winning goal in the October 9 win at Marymount . . . finished the season with 16 shots and five shots on goal . . . moved back to defense midway through the year after a rash of injuries forced the Spartans to juggle the lineup.
2008: Played in 17 of the Spartans’ 20 matches as she battled a foot injury during the year . . . scored her lone goal of the year in the August 31 win over Lycoming . . . that goal was the game-winner for the Spartans . . . fired off 31 shots during the year with 13 coming on net.
2007: Played in 22 of the Spartans’ 24 contests during their trip to the NCAA Division III Sweet 16 . . . did not score as she fired off 28 shots during the campaign . . . seven of her shots were on target . . . played in two of the Spartans’ three NCAA games, playing against Virginia Wesleyan and Messiah.
Personal: Is the daughter of Sandy Jensen . . . is a psychology major . . . plays club soccer for the Greater Harford Soccer Club based in Maryland . . . has a 3.03 cumulative GPA and has twice earned a spot on the York College Athletic Honor Roll accolades.