|High School:||Bryn Mawr|
One of the toughest take away defenders in the country, Redd is a natural leader with tremendous game sense and athletic ability ... 2006: Redd started all 16 games last year, finishing the season with nine points (6g, 3a) ... Had a team-high 18 caused turnovers ... Also scooped up 33 ground balls and earned six draw controls ... Scored twice in the Bears' season-opening win over Sacred Heart ... Had a strong game in Brown's 10-9 win at Columbia with a goal and four draw controls ... 2005: Started all 15 games, finishing the year fifth on the team in scoring with 12 points (8g, 4a) ... Picked up 30 ground balls, tied for fourth on the team ... Finished third on the team with 22 draw controls ... Also caused nine turnovers ... Had two multiple-goal games ... 2004: Played in 14 of Brown's 15 games, earning 12 starts ... Finished second in scoring among the rookies and seventh overall with 6-5-11 totals ... Was third on the team with 30 ground balls ... Added 10 draw controls and six caused turnovers ... Scored her first career goal in win over Colgate ... Added her next goal in the next game, a win over Harvard ... Before Brown: A four-year member of the lacrosse and field hockey teams, Jennifer also played one year of squash and ice hockey and Bryn Mawr...Academic All-American ...STX Rising All-Star her junior and senior years ... Personal: The daughter of Stephen and Kyoko Redd, Jennifer has one brother, Justin, who played lacrosse at Cornell ...Concentrating in Religious Studies.