19 Jenny Rice
19 Jenny Rice
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Denver, CO
High School: Kent-Denver
Position: Forward
2001-2002: Rice is a versatile player, with a great set of hands...Saw action in all 35 games last season...She tallied 2-6-8 on the season, with four assists coming in ECAC contests.

2000-2001: After suffering a badly broken leg in the summer of 2000, Rice was sidelined for the season...Sakuma Award winner for perfect attendance at all practices and games.

1999-2000: She played in 18 games as a freshman, scoring her only goal against Boston College.

Before Brown: Represented Rocky Mountain District at the U.S. Jr. National Camp three times ... Member of the Aspen All-Stars Girls hockey team as a senior ... Played for Kent Denver as a junior and senior ... Played for the Colorado All-Stars Girls team that placed second in the Rocky Mountain Regional Tournament as a junior ... Member of Aspen All-Stars that won Altonia, WI Tournament ... First-Team Academic All-State as a junior ... Played for Denver University Youth Hockey since age six, and played in Pee Wee National Tournament in 1994 and Bantam National Tournament in 1995 ... Also a standout field hockey and lacrosse player at Kent Denver ... First team All-State and All-American nominee in both field hockey and lacrosse in her junior and senior years ... Three-year Honor Roll member ... Sportswoman of Colorado nominee her junior and senior years ... Worked with underprivileged children for two years ... Kent Denver Female Athlete of the Year Award winner her senior year.

Personal: Jennifer Diann Rice is the daughter of Hugh and Penny Rice ... Has one brother, John, who plays football and lacrosse at Middlebury College ... Concentrating in International Relations and Spanish Literature.