Jennifer was a Gold Eagle student and one of the best golfers in Woodward history; no one has come close to matching her achievements on the golf course. She was the only four-time Region Champion golfer in school history and is the school record holder for low round, scoring 67 (5 under par) at a region tournament. During Jennifer’s time at Woodward, the girls’ golf team won three state championships in a row and finished second in her senior year after a very close sudden death playoff to five time AAAAA defending champion Glynn Academy. As an individual in state, she finished second in her freshman year, first in her sophomore year, third in her junior year, and second in her senior year. Jennifer was the Atlanta Junior Golf Grand Champion and played in the U.S. Junior Girls Championship in 2003. She was the GSGA Junior Girls Champion in 2004 and 2005. In 2004, she was named the Georgia Girls State Player of the Year and the Amateur Junior Golf Association Nike Golf Champion. In 2006, she qualified for the Women’s Public Links Championships. Jennifer wrapped up her Woodward career in 2007 as a First Tee of Atlanta Scholarship recipient and was named the AJC Player of the year in Georgia for all classifications. She went on to play collegiately for Columbia University. As a freshman at Columbia, she finished fifth in the Ivy League in 2008 and was a member of the All-Ivy Team as a true freshman. Jennifer lives and works in Atlanta and has two young children, Nia and Noah.
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