Jenna Daniels closed her Arizona career at the pinnacle of the college golf world. She capped a season that saw her win three tournaments and earn eight top-five finished, including a three-stroke victory at the 2000 NCAA Championships. Her performance at the NCAA Championships was instrumental to the Wildcats' success, as it had been all season long. Behind Jenna's efforts, the Wildcats cruised to the program's second national championship with a 21-stroke victory. Jenna anchored a Wildcat squad that won nine tournaments in 2000, including its final eight of the season, with a 71.70 stroke average. She held down the nation's top spot in the rankings for the majority of 2000. Jenna dominated throughout a season that never saw her finish a tournament below 15th place. BY capturing the 2000 NCAA Championship, Jenna completed a postseason triple crown. She won the 1999 NCAA West Regional her junior year and the Pac-10 Conference Championship in her freshman year. Jenna's postseason accolades matched her regular season performances. She won the Honda Award for women's golf and was named first team All-American three different times. She joined the LPGA tour in 2000.