46 - Jen Otis
Jen Otis
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Penacook, NH
High School: Merrimack Valley
Position: M/F
Major: Human Development

2010: Tied for the team-lead in goals with seven … Racked up 15 points on the year … Started all 19 games at forward … Notched a goal against Assumption (11/7) and Adelphi (10/31) … Earned an assist in Merrimack’s first-ever win over Bentley (10/19) … Netted a score against American International (10/9) … Buried game-winner in overtime against American International (9/22) … Tallied both goals in Merrimack’s first-ever win over Stonehill (9/11) … Scored once against C.W. Post (9/5).

2009: Started 20 of 21 games she appeared in ... selected to the Northeast-10 Conference all-Rookie Team and All-Conference Second Team ... named Division II Freshman of the Week for hat trick against Assumption (Oct. 9) ... named Northeast-10 Conference Co-Player of the Week and Freshman of the Week (Sep. 14) for scoring eight points, including two game-winners and assisting the other in a 3-0 week ... earned a second straight Northeast-10 Conference Freshman of the Week honor (Sep. 21) for two goals and two assist in a 2-1 week to help Merrimack to their longest win streak (six) in over five years...named back-to-back Division II Freshman of the Week by Womensfieldhockey.com (Sep. 14 & 21) ... led all NE-10 freshman (6th overall) with 15 goals on the season ... fifth most game-winning goals on the season (5).

Personal/High School: Daughter of Richard and Kellie ... brother Ryan is a student ... was a four-year field hockey varsity letter winner at Merrimack Valley High School ... as a freshman and sophomore received Second-Team All-State honors ... as a junior and senior received First-Team All-State honors and the Principals' Award of Academic Excellence ... as a senior, led Merrimack to an undefeated 18-0 record, Class-I state championship and was named the Class-I 'Player of the Year' ... also a four year letter-winner at Merrimack Valley in softball, Otis was named to the All-State first team in her junior and senior seasons.