Bennedict Mathurin sister Jennifer, a former NC State basketball player, has always stayed with the Pacers’ shooting guard.
Bennedict Mathurin’s older sister, Jennifer (b. January 14, 1993), shares her love for basketball with her famous NBA brother and wishes to see him succeed more.
Jennifer and Bennedict used to engage in intense games and pickup matches against older players in their neighborhood.
Moreover, the siblings had another brother, Dominque Jeune, who died in a road accident.
Jennifer shares her Haitian ethnic heritage with her brothers, and they all grew up enjoying Haitian food prepared by their mother.
Bennedict Mathurin Sister Jennifer: Personal Details
Jennifer, affectionately known as “Jen” by her loved ones, is a remarkable individual who has showcased her skills in basketball and academia.
Jennifer’s educational foundation began at Champlain College-St—Lambert, where she developed her passion and skills for basketball.
Besides her involvement in basketball, she holds a master’s degree in social work from North Carolina State University.
She is a former basketball and has played for the NCCA in Europe and Australia.
Her expertise extends, as she is also experienced as the associate head coach of the women’s basketball program at Bishop University in Sherbrooke (July 2020- July 2021).
Beyond her athletic and academic achievements, Mathurin, with her compassionate nature, dedicates herself to volunteer work.
She dedicated her time to the Oak City Outreach Center for over two years, helping homeless people.
Additionally, she interned at Urban Ministries of Wake County’s Helen Wright Center as a case manager, guiding and supporting women in their journey.
Alongside her passions for travel, cooking, and fashion design, Jennifer’s influential presence in women’s basketball positions inspires players who want to achieve the same remarkable heights she has reached.
Bennedict Mathurin NBA Draft: A Heartfelt Moment For Jennifer
Bennedict’s basketball career took him from Montreal to the NBA Academy in Mexico City before making his mark in Arizona.
The emotional moment for the sibling was when Jennifer Mathurin, filled with emotion, sat beside her brother Bennedict as he was selected sixth overall by the Pacers in the 2022 NBA Draft.
Impressed by his dedication, Pacers General Manager Chad Buchanan highlighted Bennedict’s drive to improve, including his commitment to multiple workouts daily.
Bennedict continues progressing in his career, earning the 2023 NBA Rising Star title alongside his rookie teammate Andrew Nembhard.
Their performances have marked their status as rising stars in the league, showcasing the promising future for players.