2 Jennifer Wieand
2 - Jennifer Wieand
Height: 5-5
Year: Senior
Hometown: Alden, N.Y.
High School: Alden
Position: F

Coach Falor's Comments

"Jen is the consummate forward and team leader for us. She finishes well, her first touch is clean under pressure, and her decision making allows her to attack the seams in the opponent's defense. She is very fast, both technically and tactically, which makes her a threat to create goals at any point in transition. Her fitness is always at an elite level and her ability to problem-solve during the run of play gives us a good chance at controlling the flow of the game for solid periods of time."

2007 - Junior Season

One of four players to start all 20 matches...earned second team All-Horizon League and All Ohio honors...set school single season records for points (19), goals (8) and shots (63), while finishing second on the team in assists (3)...scored two goals and handed out an assist in the Vikings first win of the season at IPFW (9/4)...posted another goal and tallied her first assist of the year against Delaware (9/9). . . after notching four shots, scored again against Indiana State (9/21)...posted another multi-goal game in the win over Robert Morris, scoring two of the teams three goals (9/28)...recorded her final goal against Detroit (10/26) and final assist of the season against Butler (10/28)...had a personal high 10 shots in the Horizon League Championship win over Youngstown State (10/30)...received third letter.

2006 - Redshirt Season

Sat out the season following knee surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

2005 - Sophomore Season

Started all 19 matches. . . crafted a strong sophomore campaign as she led the Vikings in assists (3), shots (26) and shots on goal (16) while ranking second in points (5). . . tallied her only goal of the year in a 2-1 setback to IPFW (9/25). . . collected assists versus Ohio (9/4), Valparaiso (9/11) and Butler (10/9). . . the second-highest match total during the season.

2004 - Freshman Season

One of two players to start all 20 matches, splitting time between midfield and forward. . . was first on the team in goals (2), second in points (4), shots (20) and shots on goal (10). . . scored the first two goals in school history, taking feeds from Amber Rasmussen for goals against both Valparaiso (9/26/04) and Bowling Green (10/1/04). . . also tallied a goal in exhibition match at Mercyhurst (8/22/04) during the preseason. . . took five shots at Marshall (9/3/04), the second-highest match total during the season.

High School

Second team all-state honoree as a senior at Alden High, playing for coach Kenny Kohl. . . scored 42 goals with 12 assists in helping team to a 22-4 record and a second place finish in the state playoffs. . . set school career scoring mark with 101 goals while adding 43 assists. . . scored 66 points as a junior (27 goals, 12 assists), 42 as a sophomore (16, 10) and 41 as a freshman (16, 9). . . four-time all-star choice, earning first team accolades in each of her final three years.


Born Nov. 27, 1986 in Williamsville, N.Y. . . .daughter of Ed and Sue Wieand and step-mother Bonnie Wieand. . . has one sister, Melissa, and one step-sister, Jackie. . . volunteered time working with an area youth girls soccer teams. . . 2005 and 2006 CSU Athletic Academic Excellence Award winner. . . physical education major.