Jennifer Martin

Jennifer  Martin


Naples, Fla.

High School:
Barron Collier




Jenn to Jena

Jenn Martin signs contract with Germany's USV Jena


Sweet Surrender

UCF closes successful season in 1-0 loss at No. 2 FSU


Victory is Sweet

UCF sends four-seed Wisconsin packing with 3-2 win for Sweet 16 berth


Hardware Haul

Knights earn Coach, Offensive, Defensive and Goalkeeper of the Year awards


Not Horsing Around

UCF blitzes SMU to advance to face UConn in American semifinals


American Women's Soccer Awards Banquet

The UCF women's soccer team took home 10 honors, including Coach of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.


UCF Women's Soccer vs. USF

The Knights top rival USF, 2-1, on Sept. 27, 2013, in the first American Athletic Conference matchup.


UCF Women's Soccer vs. FSU

The No. 9 UCF women's soccer team played No. 3 Florida State in its home opener on Aug. 24

-Team captain
-All-American Athletic Conference Second Team selection
-Starter in all 23 matches and finished the year as UCF's third-leading goal (5) and point (19) scorer
-Ranked second on the team for assists (9)
-Finished her career with 9 game-winning goals, ranking eighth in school history
-Assisted the first goal in the Knights' 2-1 win over Miami (8/24)
-Named American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week (9/1) after scoring game-winner in the shutout against TCU (8/31)
-Netted the game-winning goal against Texas on a free kick (9/12)
-Assisted Amanda Wilkin's second goal of UCF's 4-0 win over Oregon State
-Capitalized on a PK and assisted the game-winning goal in a 4-0 win against Ole Miss (9/21)

-Notched the game-winner at Tulsa (9/28)
-Scored and tallied two assists in UCF's 4-0 win over Houston (10/5)
-Assisted the game-winning goal at Temple (10/16)
-Assisted the game-winning goal in American quarterfinal win over SMU
-Assisted UCF's second goal in its first win over a top-10 team since 2009 in its 3-2 win over Wisconsin in the second round of the NCAA Tournament
- Ranked among TopDrawerSoccer.com's Top 20 players of the American Athletic Conference

-American Athletic Conference All-Conference Second Team
-Tallied 6 goals, including three-game winners, and 5 assists throughout the year
-Finished the year ranked at No. 10 on TopDrawerSoccer.com's Top 20 players of the American Athletic Conference
-Named to No Ka Oi all-tournament team after scoring her 10th career goal in season-opener against Washington
-Netted UCF's lone goal against Tennessee from 25 yards out
-Assisted game-winning goal for teammate Tatiana Coleman, who recorded UCF'S first hat trick since 2007 against UNF (9/6)
-Scored UCF's game-winning goal off a PK versus Brown (9/15)
-Assisted Alex Piercy's game-winning goal with her corner kick in UCF's 4-1 win over UConn (10/4)
-Netted the game-winner at Louisville (10/13)
-Scored the game-tying goal and assisted the game-winner against Rutgers (10/18)
-Scored the game-winner in UCF's 4-1 win over Memphis to help the team break the 26-year-old school record for an unbeaten streak (13)
-Assisted UCF's final goal of its 4-0 win at Houston
-Netted the first PKs in both shootouts against USF and Rutgers in the American Championship Tournament to help UCF clinch the first title in league history

- Conference USA Offensive Player of the Week (8/20) after scoring in back-to-back games at USF and Florida Gulf Coast
- Team's second-leading goal scorer (8) and third-leading point scorer (18)
- Finished the regular season on a five-match scoring streak, including game-winning goals in three of final four matches against UTEP, Marshall and Southern Miss
- Dished two assists in 7-0 win versus East Carolina and scored a goal against the Pirates as part of the sixth-fastest scoring sequence (1:37) of three-consecutive goals in NCAA history
- Played 52 minutes in UCF's first win in four years over five-time defending C-USA Tournament champion Memphis (10/31) in a 2-0 quarterfinal victory
- Scored the second goal in UCF's 2-0 win over Tulsa to deliver the team's first conference tournament championship title
- Converted a PK in UCF's NCAA Tournament first round shootout to top Miami

- Helped UCF advance to its first NCAA Elite 8 appearance since 1987 by converting a PK in its Sweet 16 shootout versus UNC
- Played in 23 games
- Made a pair of starts
- Finished the year with one goal and two assists for 12 points
- Recorded 12 shots, with eight coming on goal
- Made first career start at Marshall
- Recorded an assist against Colorado College
- Tallied a goal in the win over Jacksonville
- Had an assist in the win over Penn State

Prior to UCF
-Ranked No. 16 in the state of Florida and a three-star recruit by TopDrawerSoccer.com
-Did not play high school soccer in 2011
-2010 - Team MVP for Barron Collier, selected to the all-state team and the Prep Player of the Week during the year
-2009 - Earned Team Offensive MVP honors at Gulf Coast High School, and also named to the all-state team and the Prep Player of the Week
-2008 - Named the Team Offensive MVP for Gulf Coast, as well as an all-area and an all-conference performer
-Scored 102 goals and had 38 assists during her career
-Participated in the 2011 U18 Region III Club Championship
-2010 - U19 ODP 91's/92's Inter-Regional Camp, U19 Region III ODP Invitational Camp, U17 Region III ODP Team International Friendlies in Costa Rica
-2009 - U17 ODP Team Inter-Regional Event in Mississippi, U17 Region III Team, U17 Florida State "A" ODP Team, U16 Region III ODP Championships in New Orleans, U16 USL-Y ODP National Camp Select Team
-2008 - U16 Florida State "A" ODP Team, USL-Y National Championship All-Tournament Team selection

-Daughter of Butch and Laura Martin -Has two sisters, Jacqueline and Jasmine

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