Rosoff, Jaques Shine On Soccer Field
Senior forward Caryn Rosoff (Harvard-Westlake) was named the University Athletic Association (UAA) Most Valuable Player to highlight seven Washington University in St. Louis student-athletes who were named to the all-UAA women’s soccer team, as announced by the association.
Freshman goalkeeper Clara Jaques (Harvard-Westlake) earned UAA Rookie of the Year honors.
Rosoff becomes the first player in school history to earn multiple UAA Player of the Year honors.
Despite missing the final three games because of an injury, she was second in the UAA in goals (11) and points (27) this season.
A four-time first-team all-UAA honoree, Rosoff ranks third in school history in game-winning goals (12), fourth in goals (42) and points (104), and sixth in assists (20).
Jacques is the third player in school history to earn UAA Rookie of the Year honors, joining MeghanMarie Fowler-Finn (2003) and Rosoff (2006) as an honoree.
She started 17 games in goal and ranked third in the league in goals against average (0.66) and save percentage (.853).
• On the heels of a Division III-record 10th NCAA Division III Volleyball National Championship, the Washington University women’s soccer team’s second trip to the Final Four saw four student-athletes earn University Athletic Association (UAA) Athlete of the Week honors, as announced by the association. Jaques was also on that list
Jaques, who earned the honor for the second-straight time, allowed just one goal in 210 minutes in two games as Washing-ton U. won the Augustana Sectional Championship last weekend in Rock Island, Ill.
She stopped four of five penalty kicks in a 2-1 shootout victory over No. 24 Wheaton College (Ill.) on Friday, and then made seven saves in a 2-1 victory over Calvin on Saturday.
Jaques ranks second in the conference in saves (80), and third in goals against average (0.62), save percentage (.870) and shutouts (six).