The all-time leading goal scorer in Macalester women's soccer history and a three-time All-American, Jenny Scanlon played a major role in the growth of an elite program on the national level. A two-time MIAC Player of the Year, Scanlon was the Scots' first four-time All-Conference selection in women's soccer. She holds the program's single-season goal-scoring record with 21 and remains the career leader with 69 goals.
As a sophomore, Scanlon led Macalester to its first MIAC championship ever, helping establish the tradition which would lead to seven more conference crowns, as well as a national championship. Also a two-year starting shortstop for the Mac softball team, Scanlon took over for one season as interim head coach following graduation as one of Mac's youngest head coach ever. Scanlon continues to be a leader in NCAA Division III athletics, now entering her 15th season as head coach of the Pomona-Pitzer women's soccer program. She also currently serves as the interim athletic director for the Sagehens.