2003: Played complete game against North Carolina (11/21) in the third round of the NCAA Tournament ... part of defensive effort that enabled Purdue to hold off DePaul (11/14) and Western Michigan (11/16) during the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament ... recorded shot on goal vs. Broncos, her third of the season ... helped lead team to its eighth shutout of the season against Indiana (11/6) at the Big Ten Tournament ... part of a team effort that limited the Hoosiers to just two shots on goal ... anchored defense in shutout win over Indiana State (10/29) ... helped limit Sycamores to just eight shots, including one in the second half ... part of defensive effort that allowed only two shots taken by Ball State (11/1) ... played all 90 minutes at defense in Purdue’s 2-1 win at Indiana (10/24) ... helped hold the Hoosiers scoreless for the first 89 minutes of the game ... registered complete game in double OT match vs. Illinois (10/19) ... helped hold Illini scoreless for final 70:23 ... had consecutive minutes streak snapped at 708:00 during the Northwestern game (10/17) after being replaced in the 75th minute by Krystal Pepper ... had not missed a minute of playing time since the Evansville game (9/14) ... competed for all 110 minutes in 2OT match at Michigan (10/12) ... defensive work kept the Wolverines off the board for the final 75 minutes of the match ... started and played entire game on defense at Michigan State (10/10) ... was part of defensive effort that limited the Spartans to just four shots in the entire second half, allowing Purdue to come back and win ... played all 73 minutes of the rain-shortened match with Penn State (9/26) ... helped clear out nine Nittany Lion corner kicks ... recorded two complete games against both Minnesota (9/19) and Wisconsin (9/21) ... was a key defensive player in shutouts over the Badgers and Gophers, continually making blocks and forcing opposing players into taking bad shots ... nominated for Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors, after helping the Boilermakers blank both Illinois State and Evansville, limiting them to 12 shots through two games ... started game at defense against Illinois State (9/12) ... played 78 minutes, taking one shot on goal, her first of season ... her shot rebounded out to Emily Whetter who dribbled past a defender and provided Crystal Rivas with the assist ... picked up first start of season at defense vs. Arkansas (9/7) ... led all Purdue reserves with 58 minutes played at Missouri (9/5) ... started and played entire second half on defense against Eastern Michigan (8/31) ... helped hold Eagles to just one shot in the second half.
2002: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... collected over 700 minutes on the field as a defensive substitute ... earned time in 19 matches, starting two as the left back ... rifled off two shots, both on goal ... member of defensive back line that held opponents to the fewest shots (219) taken in program history ... key part of all 10 Boilermaker shutouts.
2001: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... saw time in 16 games as a reserve ... tallied 311 minutes on the year ... took two shots, both on goal for a 100 percent shot on goal percentage ... part of six Boilermaker shutouts and two tie games.
2000: Saw time in 17 games, starting one ... recorded one goal on one shot ... first collegiate goal was the lone score in Purdue’s first-ever defeat of intrastate rival Indiana on Oct. 20 ... part of six Purdue shutouts.
High School: Earned three varsity soccer letters ... three-year starter ... team-captain and first-team All-Western Ohio League as a senior ... team won league championship as a sophomore ... student council vice president as a junior and senior ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Given name is Jennifer Lynne Kinkead ... born Sept. 20, 1981 ... industrial engineering major ... parents are Raymond and Cheryl Kinkead ... has an older brother, Joshua.
Kinkead’s Career Statistics
Year GP-GS G Ast. Sh. SOG Pts.
2000 17-1 1 0 1 1 2
2001 16-0 0 0 2 2 0
2002 21-2 0 0 2 2 0
2003 23-20 0 0 5 3 0
Career 77-23 1 0 10 8 2