Jade Pennock is a vastly experienced midfielder who joined Sheffield United Women from Doncaster Belles. Previously at Leeds United Ladies, Jade has spent 6 years overseas studying and playing football in America.
Pennock attended University of Montevallo, Alabama in 2011 where she was named co-Freshman of the year as well as being selected for the end of season All-Region team in her debut season. Jade started all the Falcons' games and led in assists.
The midfielder finished her college career at University of North Georgia. Jade left America with a number of honours including being the first player to win a major Peach Belt Conference honour in the same year as being named the conference's young player of the year, as well as being named in the All-American team.
Pennock graduated Montevallo with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree and furthered her education graduating from North Georgia with a Masters in Public Administration. She currently works in Sports Development and Coaching at Leeds City College as well as being a coach for Sports Recruiting USA.