The matchup with California will be the final home game of the season
Was named to the US U-19 National Team following the season ... Played in all 20 contests with 19 starts for Wake Forest ... Scored five goals, tied for the most on the team among freshmen ... Tallied the game-winning goal against Davidson (Oct. 9) ... Had her breakout game against Appalachian State (Sep. 14) with a goal and an assist after logging no points through the first five games ... Came up big in the ACC Quarterfinals against Boston College (Nov. 1) with a goal and a pair of assists, playing a key role in all three Wake Forest goals ... Recorded three goals in a four-game span midway through the season, notching goals against Davidson (Oct. 9), William & Mary (Oct. 12) and Radford (Oct. 17) ... Earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic Team after the season.
Played her high school field hockey at Crestwood High School in Mountain Top, Pa. ... Awards in her senior season included NFHCA Second Team All-American honors, First Team All-State, Academic All-State and spots on the Times Leader and Citizen's Voice All-Star teams ... Was a team captain in 2011 as the Comets posted a perfect 15-0 mark in Wyoming Valley Conference play ... Finished her high school career with 29 goals and 17 assists in three seasons and an overall record of 60-11 ... Also an outstanding track athlete ... Was a four-year letter winner in the sport ... Currently holds the Crestwood school records in the 100m dash (12.6 seconds), 200m dash (25.71 seconds) and 400m dash (58.02 seconds) ... Anchored the 4x400m relay team with a school-record time of 4:07.14 ... Active member of Key Club and Relay for Life... Earned National Honor Society accolades in each of her four years... Was named to the 2013 U-19 National Team
Full name is Jessica Rosalie Newak ... Born on September 9, 1994 ... Parents are Ken and Nancy McCloskey and Robert Newak ... Is currently undecided on a major.