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#23 Jess Yagla

Height -
Class So.
Hometown Iowa City, Iowa
High School City

2011 as a Sophomore… Saw action in nine games… tallied first career assist in Iowa’s 6-1 win vs. Western Illinois… recorded a second assist against South Dakota (Sept. 11)… part of team that set or equaled nine school records… academic All-Big Ten… letterwinner

2010 as a Freshman… Played in nine games… made collegiate debut against Northern Illinois at the Iowa Tournament (Aug. 27)… letterwinner.

High School… Member of the Iowa City City High soccer team… team leader in assists during her freshman campaign… team leader in goals during her sophomore year… three-time all-Missouri Valley Conference selection… two-time team MVP… team captain during her junior year… Iowa City High Offensive Player of the Year… Iowa City Press-Citizen’s girl’s soccer player of the year… Honorable Mention all-State team… two-time Cross Country letterwinner… 2006 Iowa State Champions… 2006 Nike Team Nationals… letterwinner in track… member of the 4×800 relay State Champion team…named to the Elite all-State team.

Personal… Born January 20, 1992… daughter of Steve and Diane Yagla… Family has been active in Hawkeye athletics starting with her father and three uncles, Chuck Yagla, Don Huff and Tom Huff, who all competed on the Iowa wrestling team and continuing to her sister, Susan, who was a former Iowa soccer player….was a member of the National Honor Society and participated in Younglife… attended Iowa City City High School and was coached by Tessa Vitense.

YAGLA’S CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP/GS SH G A PTS
2010 9/0 0 0 0 0
2011 9/0 4 0 2 2
Career 18/0 4 0 2 2