|High School:||Mother of Mercy|
Coach Falor's Comments
"Jess has become the heart and soul of our team. She is fantastic in the air, fierce in her tackles, demonstrates great leadership, and plays with tons of passion. She excels at keeping our defense organized and focused. Jess is also an invaluable part of our attack as she is a great target for us on set pieces."
2009 - Redshirt Season
Had a season ending injury after playing in two matches...granted a medical redshirt by the NCAA.
2008 - Junior Season
Appeared in all 19 matches this season...helped secure the win against Youngstown State (10/24) in overtime with a header off a corner kick...had a shot against Niagara (8/31) and Butler (10/26)...she walks away this season with one goal, one assist, eight shots on goal, and tallying three points for the season...earned second letter.
2007 - Sophomore Season
Started 15 of the 16 matches she appeared in...gave the Vikings a commanding 2-0 lead against Youngstown State (10/12) with a second half goal, her lone tally of the season...had two shots on goal against Delaware (9/9)...notched a shot against Detroit (10/26)...earned first letter.
At Eastern Kentucky
Did not play because of a knee injury. . . left the program in the fall of 2006, transferring to CSU for the 2007 spring semester.
Two-time all-league selection at Mother of Mercy High, playing for coach Scott Dearing. . . earned first team all-league honors after leading team to league title as a junior. . . was a second team choice as a senior, serving as team captain. . . also lettered as a shortstop in softball, earning all-league honors in each of her four seasons.
Born June 25, 1987 in Cincinnati, Ohio. . . daughter of Diane and Mark McCloy. . . has two older brothers and one younger sister. . . was a member of the honor roll and active in student council in high school. . . communication major.