Jenner is one of the youngest members of Team Canada. She is a senior at Cornell. Last year she was the team's MVP and a First-Team All-American, helping the team reach the Frozen Four quarterfinals. In 2010, after she was cut from the National Team before the Olympics, she signed on with the Burlington (Ontario) Barracudas of the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL), then led the league in scoring that February. It was actually her second stint in the league. She was one of the youngest players in the CWHL when she played for the Mississauga Chiefs in the 2008-09 season.
- 2013 World Championships - Silver
- 2012 World Championships - Gold
Things to know:
1. Jenner's father, David, played in the Ontario Hockey League from 1974-77, serving as a junior teammate of 2014 Latvian Olympic and curreny Buffalo Sabres interim head coach Ted Nolan with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.
2. She is majoring in government at Cornell.
3. At Cornell, she's a member of the prestigious Quill & Dagger secret society, whose (alleged) members include NHL players Matt Moulson, Colin Greening and Ben Scrivens.