31 - Jenna Klein
Jenna Klein
Height: 5-4
Year: So.
Hometown: Parma, Ohip
High School: Gilmour Academy
Position: GK
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2012: Appeared in and started all 20 games as a sophomore...1246:55 minutes played...30 goals allowed...1.68 goals against average...85 saves...0.739 save percentage...16-3 record...earned solo shutouts against Gordon (9/12) and Springfield (10/13) while contributing to a team shutout of University of New England (10/25)...ranked second in the NEWMAC in goals against average and fourth in save percentage...amassed 18 saves in 60 minutes of action at Simmons (9/5)...collected 12 saves versus Middlebury (9/9)...had eight-save performances against Nichols (9/19), Springfield (11/4), and Bowdoin (11/10)...NEWMAC academic all-conference...NFHCA National Academic Squad.

2011: Appeared in 21 games and started one as a freshman... 641:23 minutes played...nine goals allowed...0.98 goals against average...0.857 save percentage...3-1 record...contributed to six team shutouts...helped the Engineers lead the NEWMAC in team goals against average at 1.25...paced the conference in save percentage, fewest goals allowed and goals against average...generated a season-high 10 saves against Springfield (9/24) and Bowdoin (10/13).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in biomedical engineering...conducted a UROP in the Langer Lab researching polymers and drug delivery to create a scaffold for nerve cell regeneration...member of the 2012 MIT iGEM team studying RNA strand displacement in mammalian cells...member of MIT men's ice hockey club team...Sigma Kappa sorority.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Gilmour Academy ... top goaltender award for ice hockey as a junior ... 2009 Hockey Night in Boston all-star ... 2011 Lancer award recipient for ice hockey and softball ... owns school record for goals against average in ice hockey ... letterwinner in lacrosse and softball ... National Honor Society ... president and founder of Women in Math and Science Club ... four-time recipient of the Headmaster's Award.