3/3/2015

Johns Hopkins to Induct 11 Into Athletic Hall of Fame

21st Class of Inductees to be Honored on April 25

3/2/2015

Johns Hopkins Runs Past American, 19-6

Cannon, Kenul, DiMartino Each Notch Hat Tricks

2/28/2015

DiMartino Named to Tewaaraton Watch List

Junior Among 50 Named to Women's Watch List

03/02/2015
Johns Hopkins Runs Past American, 19-6 - March 2
Johns Hopkins Runs Past American, 19-6
02/18/2015
17th-ranked Johns Hopkins Bests George Washington - Feb. 19
17th-ranked Johns Hopkins Bests George Washington
02/14/2015
Johns Hopkins Falls to Boston College in Strong Performance - Feb. 14
Johns Hopkins Falls to Boston College in Strong Performance
04/10/14
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
03/13/14
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
02/27/14
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.
 

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Jenna Reifler
Jenna  Reifler

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Baltimore, MD

High School:
Roland Park Country Day

Height:
5-8

Position:
Att.



03/02/2015

Johns Hopkins Runs Past American, 19-6

Cannon, Kenul, DiMartino Each Notch Hat Tricks

02/27/2015

Johns Hopkins-American Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Travel to the Nation's Capital for Sunday Showdown with Eagles

02/25/2015

14th-Ranked Loyola Tops Johns Hopkins, 12-10, in Overtime

Schweizer Scores First Career Hat Trick

02/24/2015

Johns Hopkins-Loyola Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Travel to Ridley For Charles Street Showdown

02/18/2015

17th-ranked Johns Hopkins Bests George Washington

Cook, Fitzgerald Notch Hat Tricks For Blue Jays

2014: Played 20 games and started 18 • totaled 19 goals, eight assists and 13 ground balls • scored on free position and handed out an assist in season-opening win over Marquette • scored and handed out an assist while grabbing three ground balls in win at Mount St. Mary's • scored a career-high four goals in win over Bucknell • scored the game-winning goal and grabbed two ground balls in 6-5 win over #5 Loyola • scored in win over American • handed out an assist and scooped up a pair of ground balls in win over #11 Towson • scored two goals on just two shots in win at George Washington • had second straight two-goal game in win over Boston University • handed out a career-best three assists in win over Michigan • scored in overtime win at #13 Georgetown • scored in loss at Vanderbilt • had 11-game point streak snapped in loss to #4 Florida • scored in win at #3 Northwestern • scored game-winner against #10 Ohio State • scored and dished an assist in ALC Quarterfinal win over #7 Penn State • scored twice in NCAA Tournament loss to Georgetown.

2013: Played all 17 games and started 11 • totaled 13 goals, five assists, 18 points and seven ground balls • tallied three points (2g, 1a) in debut versus Old Dominion • grabbed two ground balls in win over Mount St. Mary's • scored in win over Bucknell • tallied two assists in upset win at #7 Loyola • scored in back-to-back games versus #4 Northwestern and #10 Georgetown • notched assist in loss at Princeton • scored in six straight games, including two two-goal games versus Vanderbilt and #3 Florida.

Personal: Jenna M. Reifler • daughter of Perry and Wendy Reifler • mother played tennis at Kenyon • grandfather, Ron Reifler, played lacrosse at City College of NY • uncle, Natt Reifler, played lacrosse at UMBC • led team to IAAM-A Championship game as a junior and to quarterfinals as a sophomore and senior • captained team and named Towson Times Honorable Mention All-Star as a senior • named to Under Armour Underclassmen Team as a junior • scored 82 goals and added 59 assists in final two seasons • also played three years of squash and led team to 20120 Division II National High School Championship • played one year of field hockey • interned at Downtown Sailing Center in Baltimore • majoring in English with a minor in entrepreneurship & management.

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