Jenna was born in and currently resides in Toronto, Ontario, and started playing softball when she was just four years old. She attended Syracuse University, during which time she accumulated 1051 strikeouts, making her the first pitcher in Big East Conference history to reach the thousand mark. She is the school’s all-time leader in most pitching categories, including wins (97), appearances (167), shutouts (28) and innings pitched (893). She was named an All-American in her senior year (2012).
Jenna represented Canada at the 2007 ISF Junior Women’s World Championship, and then joined the Senior National Team in 2009. She has since competed at three ISF Women’s World Championships, the 2011 Pan American Games and two Pan American Championships.
Where Is She Now?
Jenna currently lives in Toronto and is studying at Seneca College at York University to get an advanced degree in Corporate Communications.