The Golden Grizzlies had 122 student-athletes named to the list.
The Golden Grizzlies placed 120 student-athletes on the honor roll list.
Oakland will host Youngstown State Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. in the Horizon League quarterfinal round
Despite outshooting the Golden Flashes 10-8, the Golden Grizzlies are held scoreless in preseason action
The Golden Grizzlies had 36 student-athletes named as Distinguished Scholars
Oakland women's soccer hosted Youngstown State Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013.
Oakland beat IPFW 2-0 to claim the 2012 Summit League Women's Soccer Championship on Nov. 4, 2012.
Oakland lost 2-1 to Loyola (Md.) at OU Soccer Field on Sunday, August 26 2012.
The Oakland women's soccer team played Detroit at Titan Field on Thursday. OU lost 3-1 in the match on Sept. 22, 2011.
▪ Played in three matches for the Golden Grizzlies
▪ Played in 10 matches for the Golden Grizzlies
▪ Scored the match-winning goal against IUPUI (10/30)
▪ Finished the season with two points from one goal
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Newcomer Team
▪ Saw action in 15 games making four starts as a freshman
▪ Scored two goals and had one assist for a total of five points
▪ Scored the match-winning goal in OU's win over Southern Utah (10/28)
▪ Netted her first collegiate goal against Youngstown State (9/17)
▪ Picked up the first point of her collegiate career with an assist against Rochester College (8/21)
▪ Earned a place on The Summit League All-Academic Team (2010)
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League All-Academic Team as a distinguished scholar (2011)
▪ Earned a spot on The Summit League Academic Honor Roll as a distinguished scholar (2012)
▪ Horizon League Academic Honor Roll (Fall 2013)
▪ Horizon League Academic Honor Roll (Spring 2014)
▪ Earned three varsity letters at Troy Athens High School under head coach Tim Storch
▪ Helped Troy to the district championship in 2009 and the league title in 2008 and 2009
▪ As a senior she earned all-league, all-district and all-county honors
▪ Played her club soccer with Rochester Soccer Club, Gators FC and the Novi Jaguars, winning several club tournaments
▪ Also competed in basketball and volleyball at Troy, as well as playing AAU basketball with the Shock
▪ Was a four-time member of the school honor roll
▪ Graduated from Troy with honors
▪ Was highly involved with helping to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society
Top Athletic Performance:
▪ Has twice scored legal goals off of her long throw-in
▪ Hit seven 3-pointers in a basketball game to finish with 30 points
Full Name: Jordan Christine Penz
Parents: Tim Penz and Laura Weber
> Father, Tim, played baseball at Macomb CC and coaches baseball at Oakland University
Siblings: Eric, Cassidy, Madisyn, Jenna
> Brother, Eric, played baseball at Rochester College
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Fabulous Academics
2. Campus lifestyle/atmosphere
3. Soccer program/ coaching staff