2008: Named The Summit League Offensive Player of the Year ... A first-team All-Summit League selection ... named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First Team ... Started in all 20 games played ... Also earned Summit League Offensive Player of the Week honors on two occasions for recording two goals to start OU's league season at 2-0 (10/6) and collecting eight points in victories over North Dakota State and South Dakota State (10/27) ... Led the Golden Grizzlies in goals (10), assists (9), points (29) and game-winning goals (4) ... Led the league in points, goals and assists and was second in shots (54) ... An Academic All-Summit League team selection.
2007: Saw action in 20 games, drawing 20 starts ... a first team all-Summit League selection ... finished second on the team in scoring with six goals and six assists for a total of 18 points ... ranked among the league's statistical leaders in several categories, ranking fourth in points, tied for fourth in goals, tied for second in assists, fifth in points per game, tied for eighth in goals per game, and tied for third in assists per game ... scored her first goal of the season, a game-winner against Cincinnati (9/14) ... her second goal of the season was also a game-winner at IUPUI (9/28) ... notched assists in back-to-back games against Illinois State (9/30) and Oral Roberts (10/5) ... dished out a pair of assists in a 3-0 win against Southern Utah (10/19) ... scored a goal in a 1-1 tie with Michigan (10/28) ... tallied two goals, including the game-winner against Southern Utah in the semifinals of The Summit League tournament (11/9) ... scored a goal against Western Illinois in the tournament championship game (11/11) ... earned the tournament MVP honor after scoring three goals in two games ... an academic all-Summit League selection.
2006: Played 19 games, earning 18 starts ... finished fourth on the team in scoring with three goals and six assists for a total of 12 points ... her six assists were tied for the team lead and tied for third in the conference ... tied for third in the conference in assists per game with 0.32 ... earned Mid-Con Tournament MVP recognition and was a member of the All-Tournament team as she led Oakland to the tournament title with a goal in both of OU's games ... garnered a spot on the All-Conference second team ... had a career-high five-game point streak from Oct. 16 at Southern Utah to Nov. 4 against Western Illinois, scoring two goals and three assists in that span ... registered assists in three straight games from Oct. 16 at Southern Utah to Oct. 26 at IUPUI and four of five games from Oct. 6 vs. Centenary to Oct. 26 at IUPUI ... set up the game-winning goal against Western Illinois Oct. 21 ... Mid-Con Academic All-Conference ... Mid-Con Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence ... Golden Grizzlies Excellence in Academics.
2005: Started in every match but one in her first season ... earned second team All-Conference honors ... only OU freshman named to the Mid-Con All-Tournament team ... scored two goals with three assists for a season total of seven points ... scored the game-winner against Valparasio (10/21) ... had her best match of the season, scoring one goal and one assist in a 4-0 shutout of Centenary (10/28) ... third on the team with total shots (20), 14 of which were on goal ... earned Mid-Con Academic All-Conference honors ... named to the Golden Grizzlies Excellence in Academics list.
High School: Lettered three years for the Dragons, serving as a captain during her senior season ... received all-county, all-district, all-area and all-state honors, leading her team to an 11-6-2 record last season and the Regional Finals ... tallied 20 goals and 17 assists as a senior ... played club ball for Vardar, finishing as State Cup champs from 2002-05.
Personal: Born Jessica Lyn Boyle on October 31, 1987 in Detroit, Michigan ... daughter of Walter (Joe) and Sandy Boyle.
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