As a junior (?02): The heart, soul, brain and backbone of the Lady Owls team? played and started 18 games for the Lady Owls, missing only one game, Gardner-Webb, due to injury?the most decorated athlete in program history?2002-03 FAU Female Student Athlete of the Year?named First-Team All-A-Sun for the second year in a row?only Lady Owl to be named to First Team in consecutive years?named to the NSCAA Second-Team All-Region, becoming the first athlete in program history to earn such recognition and the first to be named to the All-Region Team in consecutive years?earned Third-Team All-Region honors from Soccer Buzz magazine for the second consecutive year?only athlete to be named to the Soccer Buzz team in consecutive years?first player in program history to be named First-Team All-Conference, NSCAA second team All-Region and Soccer Buzz Third-Team All-Region in one year?named to the Texas A&M/Fazoli?s Classic All-Tournament team? third on the team in total points with 15?tied for second on the team in assists with seven and tied for third on the team in goals with four?had the game-tying goal for FAU against Georgia State (9/28)?tallied a career high seven points off of two goals and three assists in win over Belmont (10/4)?recorded two assists in 3-0 win over Stetson (10/18)?moved from 10th to seventh place on the all-time points list with 39?tied for seventh all-time in games played and games started with 53?recorded a season-high four shots in win over Campbell (9/26/02)?in a span of six games (9/22-10/11), recorded four goals and five assists?tied for ninth in A-Sun single season in assists?recorded all of her points against A-Sun opponents?ranked third on the team in shots with 26.
As a sophomore (?01): Started all 20 games of the season...was tied for first on the team in goals scored with seven and total points with 17...had one game winner, which was against Northern Illinois in overtime at the FIU tournament...had two goals and one assist against Samford in the A-Sun quarterfinal game...recorded an assist on the game-winning goal against Campbell in the A-Sun semifinal game...was named to the A-Sun All-Tournament Team and First-Team All-Conference...also named to the Third-Team of the 2001 NSCAA South Regional Team.
As a freshman (?00): Played and started in 15 games...scored three goals and one assist during the season...had a season-high two goals against Middle Tennessee State (9/16/00).
High School: Attended Brannock High School in Scotland.
Club Experience: A member of the Scottish National Team.
Personal: Graphic Design major...born on March 30, 1979 in N. Lanarkshire, Scotland...Daughter of Isobel and Newell Jones.
Jones Career Stats
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