19 - Jenna Ciotti
Jenna Ciotti
Height: 5-3.5
Year: So.
Hometown: Ottawa, Ont.
High School: St. Mark
Position: F
Major: Psychology
Previous Team: Ottawa Senators
S/C: R

2011-12 (Sophomore): ECAC Hockey All-Academic ... One goal, two assists in 11 games.

2010-11 (Freshman): ECAC Hockey All-Academic ... Tied for second on team with nine goals ... Third on team in points (9-6-15) ... Appeared in 28 games ... Scored goal in first collegiate game, Oct. 22 at Vermont ... Got first career assist in 2-1 win at Princeton Dec. 3 ... Named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week Feb. 8 after six-point, five-goal week that included first hat trick by a Yale women’s ice hockey player (Feb. 4 at Union) since 2007.

Before Yale: Team Ontario Blue leading goal scorer … Won silver medal at the U-18 National Championships with Team Ontario Blue in 2009 … Assistant captain of the NCCP Midget AA Provincial silver medalists 2007-08 … Captain of the NCCP Bantam AA Provincial Champions 2006-07.

High School (St. Mark): Junior and Senior Female Athlete of the Year … MVP of the hockey, cross country and track and field teams … Also played football and badminton … Varsity Touch Football City Champions in 2009 … Varsity School Hockey City Champions 2006-07 and 2007-08 … All-Ontario track & field participant in the 400-meter, 200-meter and 300-meter hurdles, making Canadian standard time in the 300-meter hurdles … Selected as recipient of the Manotick Kiwanis Club Award, given to a student in the community who demonstrates excellence in athletics, academics and community service.

Hockey Canada: Played on Team Ontario - Blue, earning silver medal at the U18 National Championship.

Notes: Featured on CTV Ottawa as the athlete of the week in February 2009Profiled in Ottawa Sun ... Father, Bob, captained the Lake Superior State ice hockey team in 1980-81 and was named Team MVP; is 17th on school’s all-time points list … Uncle, John Ciotti, played for the University of Miami of Ohio.

Why Yale? “After discovering Yale while playing in the Connecticut Polar Bear Tournament, I was immediately impressed by the opportunities Yale presented. Yale offered the opportunity to study at a world-class institution, while playing Division 1 college hockey. The school provides everything I could imagine, and more.”

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