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#12 Jen Nuzzo
Position: Guard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Newport News, Va.
High School: Woodside

 2007-08 (JUNIOR): Member of the First Team CAA All-Academic Team...Appeared in all 36 games making starts against #1 Tennessee (12-5-07) and Delaware State (12-20-07)...Averaged 3.8 points, 1.6 rebounds, and 1.8 assists per game...Recorded a career-high 14 points against #4 Stanford (11-24-07) during the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas...Went 4-of-6 from three-point range and 5-of-8 from the field in a near upset of the Cardinal...Posted two other double figure outings with 10 points against both #22/20 Purdue (11-25-07) at the Paradise Jam and at Northeastern (1-24-08)...Grabbed a season-high four rebounds versus George Mason (2-28-08)...Registered a career-high thee steals against Penn State (11-29-07), a squad receiving votes in the polls at the time...Surpassed her career-high with seven assists against Georgia State (1-31-08)...Also dished out the ball six times in wins over Delaware State (12-20-07) and UNC-Wilmington (2-3-08)..

2006-07 (REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE): Second Team CAA All-Academic Team...Returned to the hardwood after missing a majority of her sophomore season with a stress fracture...Appeared in 17 games...Averaged 2.1 points per game...Netted a season-high nine points at Drexel (01-21-07)...Hauled in a season-high three rebounds in an upset win over national runner-up Rutgers (12-30-06), Drexel (01-07-07), and Northeastern (02-08-07)...Dished out a season-high three assists against Chicago State (12-09-06) in head coach Wendy Larry's 500th career victory...Shot perfect from the free throw line six times including a 4-of-4 performance at Drexel (01-21-07) and versus Towson (02-15-07)...

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE): CAA All-Academic Team...Played in five games making three starts at the point before suffering a season-ending injury with a stress fracture in her leg...Took over the starting point guard role from three-time CAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player Shareese Grant...Was averaging 2.4 points, 0.6 rebounds, and 2.0 assists before injury cut her season short...Netted a season-high six points against Penn State, the Lady Monarchs' first victory of the season...

2004-05 (FRESHMAN): Played in 29 games...Averaged 2.5 points and 1.5 assists per contest...Stepped in to replace an injured All-American Shareese Grant to record her first career start in a 68-56 victory over George Mason (1-27-05)...Poured in a then career-high 12 points in her start going 4-for-10 from the field and 2-for-2 from the line...Also dished out a career-high six assists in the win over the Patriots...Played a career-high 29 minutes in the same game...Recorded 10 points against Hofstra (1-16-05)...Also collected a career-high five rebounds against the Pride in the same outing...Dished out five assists against #7/5 North Carolina (12-30-04)...Went 12-for-40 from downtown including a 2-for-2 mark at Penn State (12-19-04)...Registered a then career-high two steals against #7/5 North Carolina (12-30-04) and at Hofstra (3-3-05)...

PRIOR TO OLD DOMINON: Played the point at Woodside High School in Newport News, Va...Teammate of former Lady Monarch Tish Lyons....Helped her teams to the East Regional Semi-Finals for three consecutive seasons...Named the 2004 Peninsula Sports Club Female Athlete of the Year...Earned team MVP honors...Named to the Second Team all-district squad....Also a standout on the softball field...Co-Region Player of the Year in 2004, three-time MVP, and three-time First Team all-district honoree....Governor School nominee in science...Graduated seventh in her class...National Honor Society...Academic Student of the Year (2001-2003)...Beacon Award Winner...Nominee of Harry F. Byrd Scholarship...

PERSONAL: Born Jen Nuzzo on October 19, 1985...Only child of Lee Nuzzo and Tracye W. Ziglar...Her aunt, Leslie Williams, was a former Lady Monarch manager...Major is sports management.

TROPHY CASE:
2005-06: CAA All-Academic Team
2006-07: Second Team CAA All-Academic Team
2007-08: First Team CAA All-Academic Team

Year: GP/GS: Min.-Avg.: FG-FGA/Pct..: 3FG-3FGA/Pct. FT-FTA/Pct. Reb.-Avg.: A: TO: BLK: STL: Pts.-Avg.:
2004-05: 29-1 324-11.2 24-78/.308 12-40/.300 13-19/.684 22-0.8 43 37 1 13 73-2.5
2005-06: 5-3 82-16.4 5-15/.333 2-4/.500 0-1/.000 3-0.6 10 13 0 4 12-2.4
2006-07: 28-0 253-9.0 14-53/.264 9-28/.321 19-22/.864 20-0.7 21 22 0 9 56-2.0
2007-08: 34-2 574-15.9 49-121/.405 25-62/.403 12-15/.800 59-1.6 72 40 0 18 135-3.8
TOTALS: 98-6 1233-12.6 92-267/.345 48-134/.358 44-57/.772 104-1.1 146 112 1 44 276-2.8

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