2006 (Junior): Played in 12 games and started six of them ... picked up 11 ground balls, secured four draw controls, and caused two turnovers on the season ... recorded two ground balls at Princeton (5/3) and against Duke in the ACC Tournament (4/28) ... had a ground ball, a draw control, and two caused turnovers at Boston College (4/22) ... picked up a pair of ground balls at Duke (2/25) and against George Mason (2/22).
2005 (Sophomore): Saw action in eight games ... did not score but had four ground balls and one caused turnover.
2004 (Freshman): Player who made the most of her playing opportunities ... scored four goals in three games ... scored a goal in NCAA Tournament win over Temple (5/13) ... scooped four ground balls against Denver (4/2) ... scored three goals in first collegiate game in win over Quinnipiac (3/11).
Prep: Four-year letterwinner for Coach John Callanan at Suffern High ... finished career with 180 goals and 135 assists ... two-time all-state selection ... four-time all-county and all-section pick ... had a breakout season as a junior, scoring 62 goals and 23 assists ... second team All-America ... as a senior, netted a career-high 81 goals while adding 69 assists (150 points) ... first team All-America ... member of the New York state team for three summers ... also played with Metro Magic Lacrosse Traveling Team ... three-year player in the Empire State Games, led team in goals and assists in 2002.
Personal: Jennifer Ann Greenberg was born June 28, 1985, in Suffern, N.Y. ... is the daughter of Beth and Fred Greenberg ... has two younger sisters, Kate and Emily ... lists parents as the people she admires most ... majoring in family studies ... selected Maryland over George Mason, James Madison, Columbia, Dartmouth, Temple, Syracuse and Hofstra.
Greenberg's Career Statistics
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