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"Jen Kent joined Boston College's coaching staff as an assistant coach in 2007"

Kent has served as an assistant coach at BC during the most successful stretch in program history. She helped guide the Eagles to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearances in 2011 and 2013. In 2013, Kent aided BC to a school-record three ACC wins, to a program-best eight-game winning streak, and to its first-ever win over Duke. In both 2011 and 2013, the Eagles matched a program best with 12 wins. In 2011, the Eagles earned their first NCAA berth in program history, and the defensive end played a crucial role in that success. Goaltender Sheila Serafino finished second in the ACC with 133 saves and fourth in saves-per-game (7.00). The defense allowed only 177 goals compared to BC's 232 goals scored. A native of Norwell, Mass., and a graduate of Thayer Academy - where she was inducted into the Thayer Academy Sports Hall of Fame in 2001 - Kent was a four-year letterwinner at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. She played soccer, basketball and lacrosse for the Mules. In lacrosse, she was a two-year captain, MVP, and leading scorer. Kent earned Brine/IWLCA 2nd Team All-American honors in her senior season in 1990.

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