A win would give the Deacs a .500 record for the season
Earned Second Team All-South Region honors for the first time in her career following the season ... Appeared in and started 19 of Wake Forest's 20 games ... Had a breakout season, establishing new career-highs in goals (eight), assists (six) and points (22) ... Her 22 points led the squad, and her eight goals tied for the team lead ... Starred against Duke (Sep. 8) and Ohio (Oct. 3), scoring a pair of goals in each contest ... Also logged scores against Iowa (Aug. 25), Maryland (Sep. 22), North Carolina (Sep. 29) and Davidson (Oct. 9) ... Acted as the primary inserter on attacking penalty corners ... Had a season-high two assists against California (Oct. 21) ... Also notched assists against Princeton (Sep. 2), Maryland (Sep. 22), Radford (Oct. 17) and Boston College in the ACC Quarterfinals (Nov. 1) ... Was the lone Deacon to tally a defensive save on the season, making one against both Iowa (Aug. 25) and William & Mary (Oct. 12).
2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in every game and made 14 starts for Wake Forest ... Had two assists on the year, coming at Ohio State on Sept. 16 and against Virginia on Oct. 22 ... Four of her goals on the year came in four consecutive games in October ... Tallied scores against Temple (Oct. 8), Princeton (Oct. 9), Davidson (Oct. 11) and Liberty (Oct. 14) ... Her goals against Temple and Liberty proved to be game-winners ... Notched a goal and an assist in the first round of the ACC Tournament against Boston College (Nov. 3).
2010 (Freshman) Played in 19 games and made one start for the Demon Deacons ... Scored her first-career goal in her collegiate debut against Iowa at the ACC/Big-Ten Challenge on Aug. 28 ... Took one shot and found the back of the cage against Davidson on Sept. 17 ... Dished out her first-career assist on Sept. 25 against Maryland ... Has been on a tear since playing Radford on Oct. 13, scoring five goals in the Deacs' last four games ... Had a goal and an assist against the Highlanders to begin the streak ... Scored Wake's only goal in a 4-1 loss at Virginia on Oct. 23 ... Had the first multi-goal game of her career with two scores in a win over Appalachian State on Oct. 24 ... Had one goal in a loss at Boston College on Oct. 29.
Background Played field hockey at Samuel Marsden under Malcolm McFadyen and Paul Tessier ... Was named Team MVP as a senior when the team finished third in the Welling Premier1 Division ... Was also named the Sports Person of the Year at Marsden ... At Onslow College in 2006, was named Sports Person of the Year ... Earned team MVP honors as a freshman ... Played club hockey for Welling Representative Hockey from U11 to U21 ... Played unded Di Jordan, Paul Tessier, Malcolm McFadyen and Sean Dancer ... Spends time in the community coaching younger kids in sports such as field hockey and cricket.
Personal Full name is Jessica Toihi McFadyen ... Born on October 5, 1991 ... Daughter of Malcolm and Rosemary McFadyen ... Father, Malcolm, played hockey at the provincial level and age group national level ... Has one brother, Daniel (22) ... Is currently undecided on a major.