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Jenny Johnstone

Paisley, Scotland
The High School of Glasgow
High School
Jenny Johnstone - Field Hockey - Virginia Cavaliers

Johnstone 2012 Web Feature | 2014 Chasing Uncompromised Excellence Video Feature

At Virginia

• All-ACC Tournament Team
• Selected to play in the Longstreth NFHCA Senior All-Star Game
• Co-captain
• All-ACC Academic Team, her fourth time earning the honor
• Gladiator by SGI / NFHCA National Academic Squad, her fourth time earning the honor
• Recipient of the Virginia Athletic Department’s Craig Fielder Memorial Award which is presented annually to the varsity athlete who embodies the qualities of leadership in character, sportsmanship, unwavering competitive spirit and untiring determination in overcoming adversity
• Recipient of the 2014-15 Virginia Field Hockey Coaches’ Award of Excellence
• Entered the season with 258 career saves, ranking tenth in the Virginia record book; moved up to sixth on the list with 343 career saves
• Tallied her 300th career save at North Carolina (Oct. 3)
• Logged two shutouts, Miami (Sept. 9) and Vermont (Sept. 28)
• Made a season-high 10 saves against Syracuse (Sept. 26)
• Was second in the ACC with 37 saves in conference contests (6.17 per game)
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• All-ACC Academic Team
• Preseason All-ACC
• Started in all 19 games, playing all but four minutes of the season in goal
• Led the ACC with six regular-season shut outs
• Logged a season-high 13 saves in the victory over Penn State (Sept. 1)
• Had nine saves in the double-overtime game against Richmond, prevailing in the shoot out
• Put up career-best totals saves (89) and and save percentage (.730) and goals-against average (1.53)
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-South Region first team
• All-ACC goalkeeper
• All-VaSID first team
• 2012 Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA National Academic Squad
• 2012 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Field Hockey Team
• Led the ACC in save percentage most of the season
• Ranked among the nation’s top goalkeepers in goals-against average and save percentage most of the season
• Finished the year with a 1.9 GAA (34th in the NCAA) and 72.0 save percentage (42nd)
• 13-5 record with two shutouts and taking part in three more team combined shutouts
• Allowed 33 goals with 85 saves
• Earned her first shutout of the season in the 2-0 victory over Boston University (Sept. 21)
• Logged five saves in the 2-1 double overtime victory at No. 20 Michigan State (Sept. 7)
• Had six saves in the 3-2 win against No. 4 Maryland (Sept. 28)
• Had a season-high 11 saves at North Carolina (Oct. 13)
• Logged nine saves in both games against Princeton (Oct. 28 and Nov. 11)
• Played all 70 minutes in the NCAA Tournament win over Iowa, logging three saves and allowing two goals
• Preseason All-ACC selection
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Played in all 20 games with 18 starts as a freshman
• Finished the year with 84 saves and a .618 save percentage
• Also tallied a 3.78 goals against average mark
• Recorded first career shutout at James Madison (Sept. 7)
• Tallied career-best 14 saves vs. Duke (Oct. 29) en route to winning ACC Player of the Week honors
• Had seven saves vs. Penn State (Aug. 28) and at Maryland (Sept. 30)
• ACC Academic Honor Roll


• 33 international caps while representing her native Scotland
• Trained with the U-21 National Team
• Represented U-16, U-17 and U-18 Scotland squads

High School
• Runners-up in the International School Girls Cup
• Awarded school merits and colours on three occasions
• Helped team to West District runners-up or championship finishes three times
• 2010 West District indoor champions
• Placed second in the Scottish School Rankings
• Served as team captain

• Daughter of Chris and Anne Johnstone
• Has two brothers, Alasdair and Matthew, and a sister, Kirsty
• Majoring in Environmental Sciences, with a minor in history

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