5 - Jenna Block
Jenna Block
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Owings Mills, Md.
High School: McDonogh
Position: A

2009: Appeared in all sixteen games and started two... Second on team with 12-23-35 points... Led team with 23 assists and third with 12 goals... Scored three goals and tallied two assists in 11-10 season opening win over Fairfield... Career best and team season high 1-8-9 points at Holy Cross... Scored points in 12 of the the first 14 games. 2008: Saw action in 12 games and started seven... Collected seven and goals and three assists including two game winners... 16 of 18 shots on goal for team best .889 SOG percentage. 2007: Appeared in 11 games ... scored first career goal in season-opening 14-7 win at Fairfield ... also had first career assist in that game. At McDonogh School: Two sport athlete who was a three-year starter in both lacrosse and field hockey... Tallied 104 goals and 66 assists as attack on nationally ranked team... 2005 Mid-Atlantic team and U19 Vail Shootout All-Star... Led team to IAAM Championship as junior and runner-up as senior... 2006 "Player in the Spotlight" and Team Attack MVP... Maryland Distinguished Scholar... School Oratory Award... Honored on Dean's List. Personal: Jenna Nicole Block is the daughter of Bruce and Mindee Block... Parents and both siblings attended University of Maryland... Former camp counselor and physics tutor... Psychology Major... Trumbull College Resident. FAVORITES

Sports Hero: Picabo Street
Non-Sports Hero: Parents
Celebrity: Justin Timberlake
Word: Bubble
Color: Pink
Movie: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Boardgame: Life
CD: Jack Johnson - In Between Dreams
Food: Macaroni and Cheese
Book: Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
Part of Yale to take advantage of: Everything!
Quote: "It's safe to fall if you trust the ground you stand on."
Person you'd like to have dinner with: Jackie Kennedy Onassis
If I were a cartoon character I'd be... Tender Heart Bear
If I were an animal I would be... giant panda.
If I were an Olympian I would compete in... Gymnastics
Advice for future Yale Students: Memorize the map.
Accomplishment most proud of: Getting into Yale.