Jenna turns professional28/08/2015
After a stellar college career that has seen her win three individual NCAA titles, lead her team the Oregon Ducks to their first National title in 30 years and be crowned the US National Champion while still a collegian Jenna has made the decision to turn professional.
Having just returned from making her senior international debut at the IAAF World Championhips in Beijing, Jenna has considered the multitude of offers and is excited to announce that she has a signed a contract with Puma and will be represented by PACE Sports Management.
On signing the deal Jenna said “Thank you everyone for all the love and support. I couldn’t be more excited to start my next step and be part of the Puma family. I will be represented by Ricky Simms of PACE Sports Management and I have signed a contract with Puma. I would not be where i am today without my family, friends, teammates and coaches. I am so grateful for all of the opportunities the University of Oregon has provided me with. I have created some incredible memories wearing the ‘O’ on my chest that I will cherish forever. My life long dreams are turning into reality and I cannot wait to see what the future holds”.
PACE CEO Ricky Simms added “Jenna Prandini is a fantastic athlete and has been a pleasure to deal with. She has great support from her family and we will aim to help make her transition from collegiate to professional T&F as smooth as possible. She achieved greatness at the University of Oregon and joins fellow graduates Matthew Centrowitz, Galen Rupp, Laura Roesler and Jordan Hasay in the PACE family”