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Jenna Buglioni

Forward

Player profile

  • Year Sophomore
  • Height 5-3
  • Hometown Port Moody, B.C.
  • Last Team Greater Vancouver Comets

Pronounced boo-glee-oh-nee

2020-21 – Freshman

  • Played in all 20 games of her rookie season, scoring a team-high eight goals on the year
  • Recorded 15 points (eight goals, seven assists) for the second highest point total on the team
  • Scored her first career goal in spectacular fashion, notching the game-winning goal over Wisconsin in the home opener
  • Scored four points against Bemidji State (1/1) with two goals and two helpers in the 4-1 win
  • Recorded four multi-point games on the year

Prior to Ohio State 

  • Named to the tournament all-star team for the 2020 U18 World Championships in Slovakia while competing for Team Canada
  • Pushed Team Canada to a runner-up finish in the World Championships, scoring four points (1g, 3a) in five games
  • All-time league points leader (185 on 87 goals and 98 assists) for the Greater Vancouver Comets
  • Earned league MVP honors in 2020 after garnering a second straight league all-star nod
  • Lifted the Greater Vancouver Comets to three straight provincial titles
  • Competed for the Gleneagle Secondary School field hockey team and won district championships in both seasons (2016, 2017)

Personal

  • Daughter of John and Janine Buglioni
  • Siblings, Brennan and Rayna
  • Sport industry major