|Hometown:||Lake Forest, IL|
|High School:||Lake Forest|
2008-09: Enjoyed a breakout season for the Bears, playing in every game and finishing second on the team with 13 points … Led the squad with eight goals, including four on the power play, and added five assists … Also led the team in shooting percentage, scoring her eight goals on just 41 shots for a .195 success rate … Notched two game-winning goals, including one in overtime against Princeton … Scored the first goal of her collegiate career at home against St. Lawrence on November 8 … Had her best weekend of the season at Quinnipiac and Princeton, scoring four points over the two games to help the Bears pull off a road sweep … Continued to improve as the season progressed, recording seven points over the final nine games of the season … Also recorded 20 penalties for 40 minutes and blocked seven shots.
2007-08: Played in all but three games for the Bears…Had seven shots while adjusting to the college game.
Before Brown: Graduate of Lake Forest High School … Lettered in hockey for three years after the creation of a women’s team in her sophomore year … Illinois Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007 … Pioneer Press Super 25 Athletes for 2006 honoree … Three-time All-State honoree and state leading scorer … Team captain all three seasons … Blackhawk All-Scholastic Team in 2006 and 2007 … Metro Girls League Forward of the Year in 2006 and 2007, the league’s first two seasons … Lake Forest HS All-Scholastic Award winner in 2006 and 2007 … Central Girls Hockey League All-Academic in 2004 … Competed for Team Illinois AAA club team for three seasons … First Team Midwest Elite Hockey League All-Star in 2006 … Team finished in top five at National Championships all three seasons, winning state and regional championships … Played summer hockey for Central States Eagles … Toured with Sports Without Borders in the summer of 2006, playing teams in Europe … Also lettered in field hockey for two years, playing center forward … All-State in field hockey in 2006 … Was Lake Forest’s leading scorer both seasons, scoring the game-winning goal in the state championship in 2005 and assisting on the game-winner in that contest the following year … National Honor Society, Latin Cub, and Science Service Club member … Member of several music groups, winning Tim Mueller Memorial Award and Applause Student Achievement Award for Vocal Music in 2007 … Performed in school musicals, and was a principal in tap and jazz/ballet dance companies … Did volunteer performances with sister, Jill, as the Dancewizes.
Personal: Jenna G. Dancewicz is the daughter of John and Barbaragail Dancewicz of Lake Forest, Ill. … Has two siblings, John and Jill … Plays African drums, piano, and French horn.