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15 Jenna Joyal

Class: Senior Position: A Height: 5-5 Previous School: Canterbury School Hometown: New Fairfield, Conn.

2019 (Jr.)
• Started all 19 games
• Recognized on ASUN Lacrosse Championship All-Tournament team
• Honored as ASUN Co-Player of the Week on March 26
• Tallied team-high and career-high 39 goals, 11 assists (fourth on team), 50 points, 88 shots (tied for first on team), 62 shots on goal (third on team), five free-position goals (tied for third on team), 26 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers
Recorded team-high 15 goals, five assists, 20 points (second on team), 28 shots (21 on goal), 15 ground balls and seven caused turnovers in ASUN Conference play
Led the team in shot percentage (.443) and placed third in shots-on-goal percentage (.705), scoring her 39 goals on 88 attempts
• Scored career-high five goals, one assist, six points, one ground ball and one caused turnovers in the ASUN Championship title game against Jacksonville, May 4
• Tallied game-winning goal with 59 seconds left in Liberty's 11-10 victory at Coastal Carolina on March 31
• Had two or more goals in 13 contests, including three or more goals in seven games
Tallied three or more points nine times on the season
Recorded career-best six points two times, against Stetson (March 24) and in the ASUN title game against Jacksonville (May 4)
Went 2-of-3 on free-position attempts in Liberty's season-opening 15-5 victory at Lehigh on Feb. 9
Notched two or more assists twice, matching a career best with three assists against Stetson at home, March 24
Scooped up multiple ground balls on 10 occasions and matched a career best with four ground balls versus Stetson (March 24)
Generated two or more caused turnovers three times and matched a career high with three caused turnovers in Liberty's ASUN-opening win at Kennesaw State on March 16
• Finished junior campaign ranked No. 10 in program history in career goals (72), No. 8 in assists (30),  No. 10 in points (102), No. 10 in shots (170) and No. 10 in shots on goal (129)
• Closed out junior season as program's all-time leader in career man-up goals (11) and man-down goals (5)

2018 (So.)
• Started all 18 games
• Selected as Big South Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 27
• Recorded 24 goals (fifth on team), 12 assists (fourth on team), 36 points (fifth on team), 53 shots (45 on goal), 24 ground balls, 14 caused turnovers and two draw controls
• Tallied nine goals, seven assists, 16 points, 21 shots (17 on goal), nine ground balls, eight caused turnovers and one draw control in seven conference games
• Scored season-best four goals in back-to-back games at East Carolina (Feb. 21) and versus Robert Morris (Feb. 25), both victories for Liberty
Had five games of three or more goals, including two late in the season in conference play (Longwood, April 11 and Winthrop, April 14)
• Logged four points five times on the season
• Went 2-of-2 on free-position attempts in a 14-9 home win versus Robert Morris, Feb. 25
• Notched two or more assists in three matches, matching a career best with three assists at Radford, April 18
• Scooped up multiple ground balls on five occasions, highlighted by a career-high four ground balls at San Diego State, March 23
• Generated multiple caused turnovers in four contests, spotlighted by a career-best three caused turnovers against Presbyterian (March 31)
• Fired season-best six shots on goal against Robert Morris (Feb. 25)
• Finished second on the team in shots-on-goal percentage (.849, 45-of-53) and third in shot percentage (.453), scoring her 24 goals on just 53 shot attempts

2017 (Fr.)
• Competed in 18 games for the Lady Flames, making one start (at William & Mary, March 22)
• Tallied nine goals, seven assists, 16 points, 29 shots (22 on goal), seven ground balls, two caused turnovers and one draw control
• Scored season-best two goals while adding an assist, two ground balls and a caused turnover in a victory at Gardner-Webb, April 12.
• Notched a season-best three assists in a 13-10 home win over Radford on April 19
• Scored first career goal at Butler on Feb. 12
• Finished seventh on the team for points in Big South play (9), tallying three goals and six assists in seven conference contests.

• Graduate of Canterbury School
• Four-year varsity starter as a midfielder and attacker
• Recorded 38 goals and 24 assists as a junior to garner a position on the Western New England All-Star Team
• Played club for Still River lackLacrosse (2010-14) and Yellow Jackets North Girls Lacrosse
• Also competed in diving and field hockey in high school
• Finished fifth in the conference and fifth in the state in diving and led her team to the New England Championship as a junior
• Named field hockey's Rookie of the Year in 2012, earned a spot on the all-division squad in 2013 and won the Western New England Class C Championship in both 2014 and 2015
• Honor roll student as sophomore and junior, high honors (4.0) student as a senior, and made headmaster's list as a junior and senior

• Daughter of Pierre and Lisa Joyal
• Competed on the Liberty swimming & diving team as a freshman and sophomore
• Majoring in interdisciplinary studies
• Birthday is Feb. 26


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