All LMU women's soccer alumni are invited to participate in the spring Alumni Game on April 19.
Played primarily in the midfield or defense, starting 14 of the 19 games in which she appeared... Scored a goal against Eastern Washington (Oct. 3)...Took a season-high four shots against Pepperdine (Oct. 10)... Seven of her 19 shots on the season were on goal... Named to the LMU/Holiday Inn, LAX All-Tournament team... played for the USASA National Select Team in the summer of 2005, competing in Mexico against the Mexican National Team twice.
Played in all 20 games and was designated a starter in 17 of those games...her only goal of the year was the game-winning goal against Portland State (Sept. 19)...took a total of 20 shots, seven of which were on goal.
Saw playing time in 20 games, making 17 starts...took 37 shots, 18 of which were shots on goal...scored one goal, the game-winner against San Diego State.
Hanson is a 2002 graduate of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Canada Flintridge, CA...a four-year soccer letterwinner...captained her senior squad...a two-time All-CIF Division IV and All-Mission League pick...was an All-Pasadena pick in 2002...named the Mission League Defensive MVP and Glendale New Press Soccer Player of the Year as a senior...prep coaches were Kathy Desmond and Frank Pace.
Jessica Mae Hanson was born on Aug. 15, 1984 in West Covina, CA...the daughter of Kelly and Belinda Hanson...has three sisters, Carrianne, Casie and Jacqueline...also recruited by Univ. of New Mexico and Hawaii...names the Los Angeles Galaxy as her favorite professional team...a psychology major and sociology minor.
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