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Jessica Van Dyke
Jessica  Van Dyke

RS Junior

Baltimore, Md.

High School:



2013 (Junior): Played in the first 12 games, logging 260 minutes... Took one shot against La Salle.

2012 (Sophomore): Earned a spot on the MAAC All-Academic team...Played in 13 games during her second year as a Greyhound...Scored first career goal (game-winner) in a 2-1 win at Oakland (8/26).

2011 (Freshman): Missed season due to injury.

High School: Played two years at St. Paul's School for Girls before transferring to Friends School of Baltimore for her junior and senior year... At St. Paul's School for Girls, helped team to semifinals of IAAM B Conference Tournament in 2007 and Finals in 2008... Helped Friends School to IAAM quarterfinals in 2009 and the semifinals in 2010... Team leading scorer at both St. Paul's and Friends School... Four-time All Country Conference All Star all four years... Third leading scorer in Baltimore County in 2008... Scored 13 goals, including three game-winners, while dishing out six assists her senior season... Received the Pieter J. DeSmit award for girl's soccer in 2010, which is given to a girl who demonstrated sportsmanship, leadership, dedication and proficiency in the sport of soccer... Played for Freestate United and Freestate Sharks club teams... Earned four varsity letters in indoor soccer and outdoor soccer as well as one in lacrosse... Also a member of Model United Nations, where she traveled to George Washington University for conference... Participated in Drama Club, Spanish Club, Debate Team, Habitat for Humanity, Invisible Children, FACT Club, Aids Awareness Club... Member of the Quaker Quill student newspaper as well as the Friends School Chorus... Member of National Spanish Honors Society and the Scarlet and Gray Honors Society.

Personal: Jessica Anne Van Dyke... Daughter of Karin and Bob Van Dyke... Father, Bob, played college soccer at Pepperdine... Mother, Karin, was a cheerleader at Tulane... Older brother, Frank, played college baseball for Catonsville Community College and Stevenson University... Younger brother, Nicholas, is a senior at Gilman and is in the Junior Olympic program for men's gymnastics.





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