Jenna Lohse
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Jenna Lohse

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fort Worth, Texas

High School:
Richland H.S.

Height:
6-2

Position:
F

Birthdate:
11/16/1984

Experience:
4L


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2007-08 (SENIOR): Jenna Lohse started 10 games for TCU while seeing action in all 35 contests as a senior... started each of the season's opening eight games... finished fifth among Lady Frogs in rebounding... scored in double figures three times as a senior... registered her 300th career point at No. 5/5 LSU (Nov. 11)... led TCU with a season-high 13 points on 6-of-8 shooting against Delaware (Nov. 16)... the day also marked her 23rd birthday... tied a career high with two assists against San Diego State (Jan. 9)... pulled down a career-best 10 rebounds, including eight offensive boards, in only 12 minutes of action against UNLV (Jan. 29)... the eight offensive boards marked a team season high and the most since Hanna Biernacka recorded eight in the NCAA Tournament against Ole Miss in 2006-07... also the second-highest offensive total for a Mountain West Conference player during the season... made her 100th career appearance as a Lady Frog Feb. 20 at Colorado State, when she pulled down four rebounds... fell just shy of her first career double-double with 11 points and nine rebounds during her final home appearance March 5 vs. Air Force... also collected her 300th career rebound in addition to making her ninth start of the season... scored her 400th career point while adding five offensive boards during a third-round WNIT win over Texas Tech March 26... started her final career game against Colorado in the WNIT quarterfinal round, when she scored 10 points on 5-of-6 shooting.

2006-07 (JUNIOR): Lohse made eight starts, while playing in 28 games... started final three games of the season... shot 50.7 percent from the floor... averaged 3.4 points and 3.3 rebounds... scored a season-high 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting at San Diego State on Feb. 28... set a new career high with nine rebounds at New Mexico on Feb. 25... scored 10 points against Colorado State on Jan. 6... had eight rebounds against Air Force on Feb. 10... finished third on the team with 11 blocks... saw an increase in playing time over the final three games of the regular season.

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE): Lohse started in 24 games and played in 30 contests... led the team in shooting from the field with a 42.2 percent accuracy mark... averaged 5.8 points, 3.4 rebounds, 0.2 assists, 0.4 steals and 17.5 minutes per game... had almost as many offensive rebounds (49) as defensive boards (52) for a total of 101 on the year... set new career marks in nearly every statistical category... scored a career-best 17 points versus Arkansas State (Dec. 22) and had seven double-digit scoring efforts... had a stretch of three conference games against UNLV, Wyoming and Air Force where she scored in double figures... recorded 14 points at Air Force (Feb. 15) and UNLV (Feb. 2)... made a career-best seven field goals at UNLV (Feb. 2) and attempted a career-high 11 shots versus Arkansas State (Dec. 22)... made a career-high seven free throws in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in a win over Texas A&M (March 19)... had a season-high eight rebounds twice, once against Arkansas State (Dec. 22) and once vs. Texas A&M (March 19)... blocked a season-high two shots versus cross-town foe Texas-Arlington on Dec. 30... played in a career-high 33 minutes also against UTA... had an all-around standout performance against Texas A&M with nine points, eight boards and two steals... shot an impressive 83.3 percent from the field (5-for-6) at Air Force (Feb. 15)... started the final 24 games of the season.

2004-05 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Lohse served as a reserve forward for the Lady Frogs after redshirting her freshman year... saw action in 15 of TCU's 33 games, averaging 5.4 minutes, 1.3 points and 1.5 rebounds... made 8-of-21 shots (.381) from the field... made her first appearance in a TCU uniform Nov. 19 in Coral Gables, Fla., versus UCLA in the Miami Jam... pulled down a couple of rebounds in the game... hauled in three rebounds in five minutes two days later when the Lady Frogs took on Miami (Fla.) for the tournament title... scored her first career basket Nov. 22 when TCU hosted Sam Houston State... was on the floor for a couple minutes Nov. 26 in Honolulu against California... came away with a rebound in 10 minutes of playing time Dec. 2 versus SMU... scored two points and set a career mark with four rebounds when the Lady Frogs defeated Grambling State on Dec. 29... made her first free throw as a Lady Frog on Jan. 7 at Southern Miss... finished the game with three points and two rebounds... connected on two of the three shot attempts she took Jan. 16 in a 75-34 victory over UAB... tied her career high with four rebounds Feb. 7 against Saint Louis... hit her first career 3-pointer in the final minutes of TCU's 76-51 thumping of Charlotte on Feb. 18... tallied four points and three rebounds in a 31-point win over North Dakota State on Feb. 22.

2003-04 (FRESHMAN): Lohse redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lohse lettered in basketball four years for head coach Billy Bentz at Richland High School... was a Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-American her senior season... competed in the adidas All-America All-Star Game in 2002... participated in the Texas-Oklahoma Oil Bowl All-Star Game as a junior... member of the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympic Team her sophomore and junior years... rated the 17th-best post player in the nation and a top 100 recruit by All-Star Girls Report... picked up all-state, all-region, all-area and all-district accolades after her final season of play... snagged all-district honors four straight years... was the district's Defensive Player of the Year after her junior season... captured her school's Rebounder Award in each of her four seasons... notched a double-double average for three consecutive seasons... averaged 18 points, 15 rebounds and two blocks per game her senior year... went for 15 points, 12 rebounds and 2.8 rejections each contest as a junior... tallied 14 points, 11 boards and two blocks per game her sophomore season... averaged nine points, nine rebounds and one block her freshman year... tabbed Richland High's Female Athlete of the Year following her senior campaign... no stranger to success in volleyball either, picking up three varsity letters beginning her sophomore year... an all-district performer in volleyball during those three seasons... labeled Richland's volleyball MVP her junior and senior seasons.

PERSONAL: Lohse (pronounced low-SEE) is double majoring in middle school education and fashion merchandising... enjoys playing the piano and shopping in her spare time... goes by the nickname "J-Lo"... has one older brother, Jacob... Jenna Crystal Lohse, the daughter of Mark and Debbie Lohse, was born Nov. 16, 1984.

CAREER HIGHS
Field Goals Made: 7, vs. UNLV (2/2/06)
Field Goals Attempted: 11, vs. Arkansas State (12/22/05)
3-Point Field Goals Made: 1, vs. Charlotte (2/18/05)
3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 2, 2x, last vs. Utah (1/28/06)
Free Throws Made: 7, 2x, last vs. Texas A&M (3/19/06)
Free Throws Attempted: 8, 4x, last vs. Grambling (12/29/07)
Points: 17, vs. Arkansas State (12/22/05)
Rebounds: 10, vs. UNLV (1/29/08)
Assists: 2, 3x, last vs. SDSU (1/9/08)
Blocked Shots: 2, vs. UTA (12/30/05)
Steals: 2, 5x, last vs. BYU (2/5/08)
Minutes Played: 33, vs. UTA (12/30/05)

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
2007-08 Game-By-Game
2006-07 Game-By-Game
2005-06 Game-By-Game
2004-05 Game-By-Game

CAREER STATISTICS

SeasonG-GSMP-Avg.FG-FGAPct.3P-3PAPct.FT-FTAPct.Reb.Avg.PF-DQATOBLKSPts.Avg.
2004-0515-081-5.48-21.3811-4.2502-10.200221.517-10501191.3
2005-0630-24527-17.6 57-135.4220-4.00061-94.6491013.471-162710131755.8
2006-0729-8408-14.138-75.5070-0.00022-48.458963.358-0927117983.4
2007-0835-10467-13.345-101.4460-0.00029-70.4141012.966-012373141193.4
TOTALS109-421483-13.6148-332.4461-8.125114-222.5143202.9212-2279624354113.8


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