Rookie, Jennah Farrell was born in Anchorage Alaska but spent her growing up years in Vancouver, Washington. She moved to South Dakota two years ago, is currently in paramedic school, and is working as a nursing assistant in Sanford Hospital’s ICU unit. She has played soccer since her toddler days, and competitive rugby since middle school – including the state rugby team in high school and semi-pro rugby for Oregon prior to her move to South Dakota. She’s always loved watching football and is thrilled to have the opportunity to play. She stumbled into rugby a long time ago in her search for a girls’ football team so she’s excited for this opportunity to play on the D Line for a competitive Sioux Falls Snow Leopards Women’s Tackle Football Team. And the coaches and players are equally excited to have Jennah in the mix – she is strong and fast, a hard worker and a quick learner. She gives it her all every single play, every single practice, every single drill, every single time. Her driven nature and competitive instincts will make her stellar to watch this season! Welcome to the team, Jennah – we’re pumped to have you on board! #TogetherWeRise
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