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Jenny Johnstone
Jenny Johnstone

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Paisley, Scotland

High School:
The High School of Glasgow

Height:
5-6

Position:
Goalkeeper



02/21/2014

Five Cavaliers Named to the All-ACC Academic Field Hockey Team

Jenny Johnstone and Hadley Bell are three-time honorees

11/16/2013

No. 7 Virginia's Season Ends with a 4-3 Overtime Loss in the NCAA First Round

Massachusetts scores with 4:08 remaining in overtime to eliminate the Cavaliers

11/07/2013

No. 4 Virginia Falls in ACC Quarterfinals

Cavaliers drop opening-round game to No. 8 Duke, 2-1

10/25/2013

No. 5 Virginia Falls to No. 1 Maryland, 4-1

Cavaliers close out the regular season with a loss to the top-ranked Terrapins

10/24/2013

No. 5 Virginia Plays at No. 1 Maryland Friday

Cavaliers get a second shot at a top-ranked team in the regular-season finale

10/11/2013

Field Hockey vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

Field Hockey vs. Boston College (by Matt Riley)

09/23/2013

Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

Field Hockey vs. North Carolina (by Jim Daves)

11/11/2012

NCAA Field Hockey vs. Princeton (by Matt Riley)

NCAA Field Hockey vs. Princeton (by Matt Riley)

11/10/2012

NCAA Field Hockey vs. Iowa (by Matt Riley)

NCAA Field Hockey vs. Iowa (by Matt Riley)

08/30/2012

Field Hockey vs. Richmond (by Matt Riley)

Field Hockey vs. Richmond (by Matt Riley)

At Virginia

2013
• 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

2012
• 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

2011
• 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)

International/National

• 33 international caps while representing her native Scotland
• Currently training 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

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

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