|| Jennifer Luther
NFHCA All-Academic selection ... played in 19 games, making 16 starts ... registered her only shot attempt of the year in an 11-1 rout of UC Davis on Oct. 17.
2008: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... played in all 20 games, making 18 starts ... chipped in with four assists and six points ... attempted four shots ... scored her only goal of the year in a loss at Northeastern on Oct. 4, registering a career-best two shots in the process ... recorded assists against Central Michigan (Sept. 7), Appalachian State (Sept. 17), California (Nov. 1) and Pacific (Nov. 7).
2007: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... competed in seven games, all as a reserve ... fired off the first shot of her career against Radford on Oct. 30, with the attempt resulting in a goal during Stanford's 8-2 rout ... played in two of the club's three NorPac Tournament games.
2006: NFHCA All-Academic honoree ... competed in 19 games, making 18 starts ... chipped in with her only assist of the year in a 3-0 win against Appalachian State on Nov. 3 ... made her collegiate debut on Aug. 26 against Massachusetts.
High School: Played on the 2006 U-18 BC Provincial Team ... played on the 2005 BC Provincial Team (national champions) ... played on the 2004 U-16 BC Provincial Team (assistant captain, national silver medalist) ... West Vancouver FHC Adanacs Select Travel Team (2004 and 2005 USFHA National Hockey Festival) ... BC Field Hockey Regional/Zone teams (2001-05, U-14/U-16/U-18) ... co-captain her senior year, as team finished third in the league and seventh in Provincials ... First Team AAA All-Star in 2006 ... three-time Athlete of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... co-captain of the North Shore Selects Soccer Team for six years (three-time League Champions, back-to-back Nike Premier Provincial "A" Cup Champions, Canadian Club Nationals 2006) ... Whitecaps FC Super Y League Division Champions 2004 and 2005 (competed at National Championships)... Handsworth SS Senior Soccer 2005 and 2006, AAA First Team All-Star.
Personal: Parents are Doug and Shelley Luther.
Professional Aspirations: Law
My primary inspiration in sports is: To earn a spot on the Canadian National Team
If I could invite three people to dinner in history, they would be: Queen Elizabeth, Elton John, Liz Robinson
What makes Stanford University so special: The unique blend of talented athletes, high academic standing and a gorgeous campus
Favorite Food: Cookies
My parents were right when they told me: That I would regret quitting piano
Favorite midnight snack: Cold teriyaki chicken
What people don't know about me: I asked everyone to call me "tomato" for a while when I was little