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#14 Jenny Anderson
Position: Forward
Height: 5'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Birmingham, Ala.
High School: Shades Valley
Experience: 3 Letters
Jenny Anderson bio
Courtesy: GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com
Release: 09/28/2007

JUNIOR (2009): Appeared in all 18 games with 16 starts...Tied for second on the team with three points, scoring a goal against North Florida (9-4) and passing out an assist against The Citadel (10-8)...Had six shots on goal out of 14 shots...Posted a season-high two shots on goal against Furman (10-16).

SOPHOMORE (2008): Started 15 times with appearances in all 18 games... Scored two goals and dished out an assist... Recorded 17 shots with eight coming on goal... Scored goals against Northern Iowa (8-29) and Wofford (9-26)... Dished out an assist against High Point (9-21)... Knocked in the game winning goal against Wofford... Recorded a season high four shots against Northern Iowa.

FRESHMAN (2007): Made 10 starts in 17 appearances, tallying 952 minutes, second-most minutes in freshman class... Ranked third on the team in points (6), tied for second in goals (3), and tied for third in total shots (14)... Ranked first among her classmates in both points and goals... Came off the bench to tally her first career goal - the game winner - vs. The Citadel (9-19)... Found the back of the net vs. Western Carolina (10- 19)... Two days later, scored the team's lone goal at Appalachian State (10-21).

HIGH SCHOOL: Played club soccer with Vestavia Attack 89 Blue, scoring 12 goals and 12 assists and garnering two Alabama State Championships... Also played on 89 Alabama ODP... A member of the National Honor Society, at Shades Valley HS she played under coaches Steve Voitz and Ken Archer... As a senior, she served as the Mounties team captain... As a junior she led the team in goals and assists while being named the 2006 Island Cup tournament MVP en route to the tournament title.

PERSONAL: Born Jennifer Reneé Anderson on July 4, 1989 in Woodward, Oklahoma... Daughter of David & Angela Anderson...Majoring in exercise science.