Jenna Felsher
Jenna Felsher
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pewaukee, Wis.

High School:
Hartland Arrowhead

Major:
Business

• 2009-10
Won five singles matches ... went 2-1 in singles play at the Ball State Invitational Sept. 18-19 ... won a pair of singles matches at the IPFW Invitational Oct. 2-3 ... claimed a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Megan Sween of North Dakota Feb. 14.

• 2008-09
Captured 15 singles victories and two doubles wins ... went 8-4 in dual-match play at #6 singles ... advanced to the semifinals in singles play at the Ball State Invitational Sept. 26-27 ... beat Deena Ghazzi of Kalamazoo in straight sets Jan. 23 ... teamed with Kelly Drvaric for a win at #2 doubles against Kalamazoo that same day ... captured a 6-0, 6-0 win over Ashley Waltman of South Dakota Feb. 7 ... claimed a straight-sets win over Sara Streitz of Illinois State Feb. 14 ... beat Sondra Caputo of IUPUI, 6-0, 6-0, Feb. 21 ... recorded a straight-sets victory over Rachel Surowiec of Ball State Feb. 27 ... downed Kim Braun of Bradley March 7 ... captured a 6-0, 6-0 win over Kelsey Miles of Wright State March 28 ... paired with Karlee Miller for an 8-3 win at #3 doubles that same day ... beat Jackie Dinicu of Oakland in straight sets April 10 ... claimed an impressive win over Cam Thompson of Butler at #5 singles April 17.

• 2007-08
Collected a school-record 23 singles victories ... also had 13 doubles wins ... won three of four contests at the Bradley Invitational Sept. 7-9 ... beat Lindsay Gillman of River Falls and Amy Siemon of Whitewater in dual match action Sept. 15 ... also won a doubles match with Traci Litscher against River Falls ... split four matches at the Ball State Invitational ... won two of three singles contests at the Western Illinois Invite ... also won two of three doubles matches with teammate Lauren Fenley ... won the first five dual matches of her college career, including an impressive three-set win over Michelle Hawes of Butler Feb. 16 ... followed a loss against Marquette with four more victories, including straight-sets wins over league rivals Wright State and Detroit ... also helped the Panthers capture the doubles point against the Raiders, teaming with Sammi Schoen for an 8-0 win in the third slot ... captured a 6-1, 6-0 win over Christine Antrobus of Valpo April 5 ... also teamed with Martina Schnapp for an 8-0 doubles win over the Crusaders ... snapped a four-match losing streak with a 6-3, 6-0 win over Jackie Garrett of Wright State in the first round of the Horizon League Championships ... also claimed a singles win over Kari Petrashek of Green Bay and a doubles victory against Detroit in the league tourney.

• Hartland Arrowhead
Qualified for the state tournament four-straight times while playing mainly in the #1 singles slot in high school ... posted a 31-8 record as a senior ... finished sixth in the Division I State Tournament in her best season as a high school player ... also won the Classic 8 singles title as Arrowhead captured the conference team title ... was second in the conference to current Panther Kelly Drvaric as a junior ... tallied 89 singles victories in high school ... two-time all-state honoree ... First-Team All-Classic 8 as both a junior and senior ... honorable mention all-area by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as both a sophomore and junor ... claimed first-team all-area recognition from the newspaper as a senior.

• Personal
Born on March 22, 1989 ... daughter of Mike and Cindy ... also was a soccer player at Hartland Arrowhead ... earned all-state recognition in soccer ... was a four-year starter in the sports ... also was an honor roll student in high school.

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