PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - Bryn Mawr junior Jennica Terry has earned yet another honor after her amazing indoor campaign this year. The Hebron, Maryland native has earned All-America status from the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. This is Terry's first All-America nod, and she becomes the first Owl to earn Indoor Track & Field All-America honors and the first since Joanna Simonis in 2005 to earn them in any season from the USTFCCCA.
Terry, a native of Hebron, Maryland, earned the recognition after another season of fantastic performances during her junior year. She was a two-time USTFCCCA All-Region selection, as she posted the fastest 60 meter hurdles time and fifth-fastest 60 meter dash time in the region during the season. Terry won the gold medal in the 60 meter hurdles at the Centennial Conference Indoor Championship, her third consecutive year as champion and the fifth gold medal of her career across indoor and outdoor. She also earned a runner-up finish in the 60 meter dash at the Championship. Thanks to her time in the 60 hurdles, Terry also qualified for the 2020 NCAA Indoor Championships, her first NCAA postseason qualification. Terry was also a 2020 Centennial Conference Track Athlete of the Week during the season. During her career, she is a nine-time All-Centennial Conference honoree. Academically, she is a three-time USTFCCCA All-Academic honoree, and a two-time Academic All-Centennial Conference member as well.
During 2020, Terry set three new indoor school records in the 60 meter hurdles, the 60 meter dash, and as a member of the sprint medley relay team. She is also the current record holder in the 100 meter dash and 100 meter hurdles for the outdoor program as well.