Jennifer Henry Fielding Athlete Profile

#14 Jennifer Henry Fielding

Jennifer Henry Fielding
Position: Forward Height: 5-4 Roster Years: 2002-2003 Hometown: Pasco, WA Last School: Dixie College

Personal

  • Parents: Carolyn and Bill
  • Siblings: Rachel, Nathan, Tara, Marcus and Ashley 
  • Spouse: Cory Fielding

Before BYU

  • Co-Offensive Team MVP 2000 
  • NSCAA All-American 2000 and 2001  
  • NJCAA All-American 2001 
  • NSCAA National All-Tournament Team  
  • NJCAA National Champions 2000  
  • NJCAA National Runner Up 2001 
  • Team captain 2001

Summary

  • Jennifer Fielding was the first J.C. transfer to ever play for the Cougars, as she stepped in and became an immediate impact player for the team. In her two years with BYU she played in 44 games, took 99 shots, scored 12 goals, and gave out seven assists for 31 points. She was an All-MWC first-team selection in 2003 and a member of the MWC All-Tournament Team in 2002 and 2003.

Stats

 

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
2002 20 49 7 5 19
2003 24 50 5 2 12
Career 44 99 12 7 31

            


2002 | Junior Year

  • MWC All-Tournament Team 
  • MWC Academic All-Conference 
  • Assist to Terra Bigelow put BYU up 1-0 against Washington State  
  • Assisted on game-winning goal vs. Air Force, then promptly scored a goal of her own to put Cougars up 2-1 
  • Scored two big goals at No. 23 Notre Dame to help BYU to 3-2 win 
  • Her two goals were part of BYU's 9-2 MWC tourney romp over SDSU, also grabbed an assist in the same game
  • Assist to Aleisha Rose in NCAA first round vs. Utah 
  • Finished the year with seven goals and five assists

2003 | Senior Year

  • Played in 24 of 26 games 
  • Scored a late goal to pull BYU even with Hawaii 2-2  
  • MWC First Team 
  • MWC Academic All-Conference  
  • Cougar Scholar Award Recipient 
  • Finished the year with five goals and two assists 
  • Scored the game winner in Cougars' 5-0 victory over Wyoming