Jenna Shuer will begin her first season as a Cardinal volunteer assistant coach after competing for two years for the Stanford women’s soccer team. Shuer will assist in all administrative aspects of the program.
In 2002, Shuer was a member of a Cardinal squad that boasted a 21-2 overall record, was crowned the Pacific-10 Conference Champion and made a 12th appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Last season she helped post shutouts against Oklahoma in the Stanford Nike Invitational and Tulane in the Saint Mary’s Fall Classic. Shuer joined the Stanford squad as a walk-on in the spring of 2001.
At St. Francis High School, she was named the Most Inspirational Player of 2000 by her teammates. Shuer led her Portola Valley Ladera Soccer Club team to a second-place finish in the Dallas Cup and was a member of the 1999 and 2000 Nor-Cal State team. She was a recipient of the Scholar-Athlete Award at St. Francis during her junior and senior years.
A native of Mountain View, Calif., Shuer is majoring in human biology with a concentration in psychology of organized structures.