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    Jenna Hascher
    Jenna Hascher


    Stamford, Conn.

    High School:
    Convent of the Sacred Heart




    NU Falls to Wisconsin to Close 2013 Campaign

    McGinty recorded three shots on goal for `Cats


    Wildcats Fall to Buckeyes

    NU returns to Lakeside Field next weekend to host final two home matches of 2013


    Hat Trick Lifts Illinois Past Northwestern, 3-1

    Sierks tallies career-best third goal of the season


    NU Knocks Off Gophers to Earn First B1G Win

    Freshman Steiner records first NCAA goal, Allen adds two assists


    Second-Half Goal Gives Purdue 1-0 Edge Over Northwestern

    Wildcats return to Lakeside Field next Saturday to host Minnesota

    2013 Hascher Game-by-Game Stats

    2013: Played 16 matches, starting 14 this season ... Ranked 4th in the Big Ten for saves per game at 4.50 and 5th for number of saves ... Also ranked 6th in the Big Ten for save percentage (.774) and 9th for her goals against average at an impressive 1.42 ... Tied for 4th in the Big Ten for the number of shutouts (4) this season and 5th for shutouts per game ... Had an impressive 72 saves in 1335:33 minutes played ... Recorded fourth shutout of the season with 2-0 win over Minnesota (10/12) ... Saved five shots in the match against Minnesota, who entered the game receiving votes in the NSCAA poll ... Saved a career-high 11 shots in a double-overtime match at No. 9 Penn State (9/20), including seven in the first frame ... Named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week and Co-Freshman of the Week on Sept. 16 following back-to-back shutouts ... Had a three-match shutout streak (2-0-1), Northwestern's first streak of that length since 2007 ... Did not allow a goal from Sept. 8-Sept. 20 ... Shutout streak of 369:31 (Sept. 8-late in the game at Penn State on Sept. 20) ranks third in NU history ... Had a goals-against average of 0.48 in her first seven games played ... Third career shutout, and second victory, came with NU's 2-0 win over Oakland (9/15) ... Saved seven shots in NU's 0-0 tie with Western Michigan (9/12) en route to her second career shutout ... Posted first shutout with NU's 2-0 victory over Dartmouth (9/8) ... Assisted on one of NU's goals against the Big Green ... Made first career start at Boston University (9/2) ... Subbed in at Northeastern (8/31) and made three saves in 65 minutes, helping NU come back for the 1-1 tie ... Did not allow a goal in first first two games played and went a span of 101:42 to start the year without allowing a goal ... Played first game as a Wildcat at No. 10 Notre Dame (8/25) ... Logged 20:17 in net during the second half, saving two shots and did not allow a goal.

    High School: Captain and four-year letterwinner at Convent of the Sacred Heart ... Posted a 1.17 goals-against average in varsity career, including a 1.07 mark with five shutouts in senior season ... Named to the Connecticut All-State team after both junior and senior seasons ... Named to the All-Western New England Parochial team and All-Fairchester Athletic Association team after sophomore, junior and senior campaigns ... Competed in the Connecticut Senior Bowl All-Star Game in 2012 ... Played for Connecticut FC 18s from 2007-2012 ... Club team won the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association state championship in 2010 and 2012 ... Earned an AP Scholar Award ... Awarded the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Circle ... Presented with a Cablevision Educational Access Awareness Award.

    Personal: Born Jenna A. Hascher ... Daughter of Glenn and Donna Hascher ... Chose Northwestern over Cornell, Columbia, Northeastern and Holy Cross ... Anticipated major is Radio/Television/Film.