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Oct. 27 - 6:00 PM
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at Utah Valley
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Oct. 31 - TBA
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Jessie

Ray

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#24

Forward
Height: 5'7"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Portland, Ore.
High School: Grant HS
Experience: High School

Bio

2017: Played in all 21 games, making 13 starts at forward...led SU with eight goals...recorded three assists...tried team-high 45 shots, putting 25 on goal...chosen All-WAC Second Team...tallied two goals and an assist at Portland State (Sept. 17)...scored game-winning goal vs. Kansas City in WAC Championship semifinal (Nov. 3)...scored a goal against Oregon State (Aug. 20), vs. Pacific (Aug. 26), at Hawaii (Aug. 28), vs. Santa Clara (Sept. 11), and against Portland (Sept. 22).

2016: Made 16 appearances at forward...recorded a goal and an assist...attempted two shots on goal...scored game-winning goal in WAC Championship, lifting SU to a 2-1 win at UMKC...assisted on a goal at Utah Valley (10/28).

HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Two-sport varsity letterwinner for soccer and basketball (one season) from Grant High School in Portland, Ore., led the Generals to three straight playoffs, advancing to the semifinals (2012), quarterfinals (2013), and second round (2014) in respective years. The First Team All-State (2014) and two-time All-Conference (2013-14) honoree was the team’s top scorer for two straight seasons with 13 (2013) and 14 (2014) goals, respectively. For basketball, the National Honor Society member was named Defensive Player of the Year during her single season with the team in 2012. Competing with THUSC Iridium (2012-14) and Crossfire United ECNL (2014-16), the team won the state championship and was NPL Nationals runner-ups in 2014...pre-major.

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