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Midfielder maestra started 10 games as sophomore for TCU in 2023

TCU midfielder Jennie Immethun re-signs with SF Glens for 2024 USL W League season

By SF Glens SC Staff, 05/03/24, 12:45PM PDT


SAN FRANCISCO (May 3, 2024) — The San Francisco Glens Soccer Club announced today that Texas Christian University midfielder Jennie Immethun has re-signed for the 2024 USL W League season, pending league approval.

Immethun is coming off a productive collegiate season at TCU where she started 10 of 15 games last season. Known for her superlative technical ability, the holding midfielder was off the pitch for only nine minutes of TCU’s Big 12 play in 2023. 

A U.S. Youth National Team camp veteran at Under-18/19 level, Immethun logged 981 minutes of action, helping the Horned Frogs register seven clean sheets. 

“I’m super excited to be back this season,” said Immethun. “I’m looking forward to getting back to The City and seeing what we can do this summer. Up the Glens!”

At club level, Immethun’s teams at the San Jose Earthquakes Academy and later, Bay Area Surf, won a trio of national championships.

The San Jose native and Piedmont Hills High School graduate returns to the Glens after playing a major role in the club’s successful inaugural USL W League season, earning Player of the Game honors on two occasions. 

"We’re really looking forward to having Jennie back this season," said head coach Jessica Hewins. "She held down our midfield by dismantling opponents' attacks as well as being a key playmaker for us. She was a consistent leader and one of the main reasons we were able to make a deep run in the playoffs."

The San Francisco Glens are kicking off the 2024 USL W League campaign on the road on Saturday, May 18 vs. Academica SC. Home tickets will go on sale soon. 


With over 90 total teams and 1,100 youth and adult players, the San Francisco Glens are the largest and most diverse soccer club in The City. Founded in 1961, the Glens have established minor-league men’s team in USL League Two, a women’s team in the USL W League, and a comprehensive youth academy that includes a full pathway in MLS NEXT, the top youth league in America, right down to local micro soccer programs serving kids as young as Pre-K.

In 2022, the club started the construction of a soccer-specific facility at Treasure Island with a targeted completion date by mid-2024. As a community-focused 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Glens are proud to have never turned away a single player or family due to financial hardship thanks to internal fundraising efforts and a scholarship program that distributed over $280,000 last year alone. Donate now by visiting


The USL W League is the nation’s premier pre-professional league developing the next generation of women’s soccer talent both on and off the field, enhancing the pipeline between college and professional soccer. Since the conclusion of the inaugural 2022 season, 25 W League alums have gone to sign a professional contract. In addition, seven players were drafted in the 2023 NWSL draft, and nine players have been invited to professional preseason training camps home and aboard. The USL W League strives to use women’s soccer as a force for societal good by creating a national platform to increase opportunity, gender equity, and career development. Visit to learn more.

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