A former Cal singles and doubles All-American who won an unprecedented three consecutive NCAA doubles titles, Amy Jensen enters her fourth year as an assistant coach with the Golden Bears. Previously, she spent two years in the capacity of volunteer assistant coach with the women's tennis program. The 27-year old Australian native was a three-year letter-winner for the Golden Bears (1996-2000), posting a career record of 105-52 in singles and 94-29 in doubles. She won her doubles titles in 1998, 1999 and 2000, as well as being named a 1997 and 2000 NCAA Singles All-American and a doubles All-American in 1998, 1999 and 2000.
Last year, Jensen was honored for her hard work with the Cal program, being named the 2004 Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northwest Regional Assistant Coach of the Year.
Before coming to Cal, Jensen was one of Australia's top juniors, earning a No. 15 world doubles ranking in 1996. She competed in both the 1996 Junior Wimbledon and Junior French Open, as well as claiming two European doubles titles with former Cal teammate Anita Kurimay in 1996.
Jensen graduated from Cal in May 2002 with a degree in Integrative Biology. She has also attained her strength and conditioning certification, and works as the conditioning coach for the tennis program. She is a P-1 certified teaching professional with the USPTA and is currently attending John F. Kennedy University working towards a Master's degree in counseling psychology, specializing in sport psychology.