2007 - Junior Season: Named to the All-Horizon League Second Team...finished sixth on the team with five points scored, coming on two goals and an assist...both of her goals were game-winners...one of only six players to start in all 20 of the team's games in 2007...gave the Bulldogs' their game-winning mark at Ball State (Sept. 2)...had an assist in Butler's victory at Indiana State (Sept. 11)...led the team to a win over Green Bay on Oct. 12 with her second goal of the season...took a season-high four shots at Cleveland State (Oct. 28). 2006 - Sophomore Season: Earned the start in 14 of her 15 games played...finished second on the team with 11 points, coming on four goals and three assists...posted a .286 shot percentage...netted her first goal of the year on her only shot of the game against Western Kentucky on August 27...scored both of the Bulldogs' goals against Detroit on Oct. 8...tallied Butler's first goal of its Horizon League Championship first round game against Wright State on Oct. 28. 2005 - Freshman Season: Finished the season by being named to the Horizon League "All-Newcomer Team"...started 18 of the 19 matches she played in...scored three goals on the season...scored the game-winning goal against Eastern Kentucky and Loyola...took 16 shots, putting 13 on goal.
High School: Earned first team ISCA "All-State" honors as both a sophomore and a senior, and earned second team accolades as a junior despite a knee injury that prematurely ended her season...two-time Team MVP and four-time letterwinner...named "Athlete of the Year" by both the Noblesville Daily Times and Noblesville Ledger as a senior...joined classmate Angie Muir on the Carmel United club team and participated in the state's ODP program since the age of 11, making the state team each year...the 2001 and 2002 teams were regional champions with the 2002 squad making the national finals. Personal: Jennifer (Jenny) Ann Southard...born November 10, 1986...daughter of Ed and Claudia Southard...has two older brothers, Andy and Scott...chemistry major.