2012: NSCAA second team All-America, first-team All-Mid-Atlantic ... Ivy League Player of the Year ... first-team All-Ivy League ... ECAC Division I All-Star team member ... scored the second-most goals in a season in program history, with 18 ... three-time Ivy League Player of the Week (Sept. 3, Sept. 24, Oct. 15) ... had three hat tricks on the season, against Colgate (Sept. 2), Lafayette (Sept. 19), and Lehigh (Oct. 10) ... scored in four straight games, against Lehigh, Columbia, Harvard and La Salle, from Oct. 10-22 ... had the OT game-winner at La Salle ... scored the eventual game-winning goal in the NCAA tournament win at West Virginia on Nov. 10 ... 2011: First-team All-Ivy League ... started all 17 games ... scored against Long Beach State, Villanova, Brown, Columbia (twice), Utah Valley, Harvard and Penn, adding assists against Seton Hall, Villanova, Columbia, Utah Valley and Cornell ... earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors for the Seton Hall and Villanova performances ... 2010: Second-team All-Ivy League ... played in all 16 games, making two starts ... led the Ivy League in game-winning goals, with four ... made season's first start at Hofstra Sept. 19 and started again Oct. 23 against Harvard ... scored against Seton Hall in a 3-1 win Sept. 5 ... had a hat trick against James Madison in a 6-3 win Sept. 12 ... scored the only goal in the Ivy-opening win at Yale on Sept. 25 ... scored in 2-1 loss at American on Oct. 4 ... scored an 86th-minute goal to beat Lehigh 1-0 on Oct. 13 ... 2009: Played in all 17 games, starting 13 ... scored in the 86th minute to beat Harvard ... also scored at Towson, saving a tie, and against Hartford, contributing to a 3-0 win ... recorded assists in season's first two games against Hofstra and St. John's.
At Germantown Academy
Finished her career with 110 goals and 46 assists ... scored 36 goals in her senior season ... NSCAA Regional All-America ... 2008 ESPN RISE high school girls soccer third-team All-America ... all-state selection in 2008 ... three-time league MVP ... three-time All-Southeastern Pennsylvania selection ... named by the Philadelphia Inquirer as Player of the Year and first-team all-area by the Inquirer and Doylestown Intelligencer during her career ... 2009 EPYSA Player of the Year for Southeastern Pennsylvania ... team was top-25 nationally during her senior season ... club team, FC Bucks Vipers, has won state cups for six seasons and placed third nationally in 2008 ... won the 2009 U-18 US Youth Soccer national title with the Vipers alongside Princeton teammates Rachel Sheehy and Kim Menafra ... also a successful track athlete in high school doing sprints, hurdles and jumps, earning all-league and all-state honors ... academically, served as a student ambassador to Japan through her school ... earned the school's Triangle Award for her academic, athletics and community accomplishments.
Full name is Jennifer Rose Hoy ... born Jan. 18, 1991 ... economics major.
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