|Jennifer Williams - 20
2006: Scored one goal while playing in every game as a senior ... tallied her lone goal of the season in UAB's 2-1 win over UCF in the first round of the C-USA tournament ... earned her fourth varsity letter.
2005: A valuable starter for the Blazers for the third year, Jennifer was in the starting lineup for all 19 games as a junior...scored her lone goal of the season in the 2005 Nike Classic against Louisville to lift the Blazers to a 1-0 victory over the Cardinals...also nabbed one assist on the year versus cross-town rival Birmingham Southern...earned her third varsity letter.
2004: A starter for the Blazers at midfielder for the second-straight season as she started 22 games while playing in a total of 23 ... finished second on the team with six assists and scored one goal to finish her sophomore campaign with eight points ... earned her second varsity letter.
2003: Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team ... member of the Blazers' C-USA-leading offense that averaged 8.32 shots on goal per game ... started 16 of UAB's 19 matches on the season and played in 18 contests for a total of 1,011 minutes ... scored a crucial goal against C-USA foe Memphis in the Blazers' 2-1 overtime victory on Oct. 26 ... tallied two assists and compiled four total points from her midfield position ... earned her first varsity letter.
High School: Played club soccer with the West Rouge Rockets and the Burlington Flames ... the Flames were the 2002 Ontario Cup Champions and the National Gold Medal winners ... named the Most Valuable Player of the National Capital Tournament in 1997 and 2002 ... member of the Ontario Provincial team from 1998-01 ... played club soccer under the tutelage of head coach Paul Nelson ... member of the Honor Roll at Birchmount Park.
Personal: Full name is Jennifer Ann Marie Williams ... born June 28, 1984 ... daughter of Janet and Victor Williams ... has one brother, Chris ... majoring in psychology with a minor in social work.