Jenna Phelps enters her first year as the Graduate Assistant Coach for the Michigan Tech soccer team. Phelps will work primarily with the goalkeepers and other areas with the team while pursuing a Master's Degree in Kinesiology.
Phelps was a member of the Michigan Tech soccer team from 2012-2015, where she played 5,516 minutes across 63 matches played. As the goalkeeper for the Huskies, Phelps went 34-16-5, totaling 22 clean sheets and 252 saves. Her best season for Michigan Tech came in 2012, where she led the Huskies to a GLIAC regular season title by going 13-3-2, winning ten of those matches via shutout and recording a career-best 81 saves and a .881 save percentage.
Phelps previously served as the assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh from 2016 through 2018, where the team went 25-28-6 during her time with the Titans.
Phelps is from Green Bay, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Bay Port High School. She graduated from Michigan Tech with a degree in Sports and Fitness Management.