2011-12 Women's Soccer
Jennifer Crittenberger
Jennifer Crittenberger
Jennifer Crittenberger

HOMETOWNLighthouse Point, Fla.

At A Glance
Finishes her career ranked 10th in games played (68), fifth in game started (64) and minutes (5853)

As a Senior (2012)
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Started all 21 games played for the Eagles at the defender position … was named to the All-Conference Second Team … helped FGCU to 11 shutouts this season including five-straight at the end of the year … finished second on the team in minutes played (1897) … helped FGCU to three-straight A-Sun regular season titles and back-to-back Tournament crowns.

As A Junior (2011)
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Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District first team … landed on the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team after a 3.75 GPA in accounting … saw action in all 21 games, starting 20 on the backline … played 17 complete games, logging the third-most minutes on the team (1902) … part of a backline that limited conference opponents to just one goal, highlighted by a team-record 12 shutouts … helped FGCU put together a nine-game shutout streak from Sept. 18 through Oct. 21 ending with a goal given up to Belmont (Oct. 23) in the final conference game of the season … had her only shot on goal against Mercer (Oct. 7) … was a part of FGCU’s first A-Sun Tournament championship and won back-to-back A-Sun regular season titles.

As A Sophomore (2010)
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Played in the first seven games, earning four starts, but was unable to finish the season due to injury … had an assist against Vermont (Sept. 10) … part of a backline that limited opponents to just seven goals in the games she played in, highlighted by three shutouts … also led the defense to six straight shutouts from Oct. 1-Oct. 15 … helped FGCU to its first regular season conference title.

As A Freshman (2009)
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Started in all 19 contests on the backline that held nine opponents scoreless … played 15 complete games, logging the second most minutes on the team … put up two assists on the season, both in conference play … opened her collegiate career at UCF (Aug. 21), playing all 90 minutes … took a season-high two shots at Palm Beach Atlantic (Sept 11) … dished out the assist on the game-winning goal at Kennesaw State (Sept. 27) … passed out an assist on the first goal of the 2-1 win at Lipscomb (Oct. 18) … part of two shutouts against ETSU (Oct. 23) and USC Upstate (Oct. 25) to end the season.

High School
Helped lead Cardinal Gibbons High School to a 28-0-2 record in 2009, which was ranked No. 1 in the country ... named Sun-Sentinel & Miami Herald Offensive Player of the Year and the nominated her for second team honors in her freshman season … earned first team honors by the Sun-Sentinel & Miami Herald in both her sophomore and junior seasons.

Played club for Team Boca U18.

Born February 14, 1991 … daughter of Kelly and Debbie Crittenberger … she is the oldest of six children … has two sisters, Katie (16) and Mackenzie (12) … has three brothers, Jack (17), Townsend (14) and Ty (10) … accounting major.