Lisa Jensen
Induction Year: 1999
Class of: 1990
Sports: Softball and Soccer

Lisa Jenson, 1990- A two-sport athlete at USM, Lisa Jenson left a lasting mark on the softball and women’s soccer programs during her four years. A regional softball All-American, she set numerous schools records for pitchers by the time she graduated. She has gone on to make her living in sports as a professional golfer.  During her junior year, Lisa threw a no-hitter and three shutouts along the way to a 14-4 record with a 1.38 ERA. She had 17 complete games among her 20 appearances, and allowed just 83 hits in 126.1 innings of work. She was named to the All-State team and the regional All-American team. During her four-year pitching career, she compiled a 30-17 record with a 1.49 era. Her career ERA is still the school’s best, and her 30 wins ties her for the second most among USM’s softball hurlers. On the soccer field, Jenson was a tough defender and even tried her hand at goalkeeper. She was named the team’s best defensive player as a freshman, and earned MAIAW All-State honors as a sophomore. She played in 37 games over three seasons and credited with one assist.