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Jill Hutchinson
Jill Hutchinson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wayne, Pa.

High School:
Conestoga

Height:
5-4

Position:
Forward

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2009: Tied the school record for points in a season with 32 and also set a new school record for goals in a season with 14 ... Leaves Wake Forest as the school's all-time leading goal scorer with 36 career goals ... Also ranks tied for first in career points with 85 ... Finished tied for third in the ACC in goals and tied for fifth in points ... Received third-team All-America honors from Top Drawer Soccer ... Named to NSCAA All-Southeast region ... Earned first team All-ACC honors ... Selected as a finalist for the Soccer News Net Women's College Player of the Year ... Scored first goal of the season, the game-tying goal, and also assisted on the game-winning goal in victory at UNC Greensboro ... Recorded first multi-goal game of the season against UNC-Wilmington, scoring two goals ... Scored the game-winning goal in second half against Loyola (Md.) ... Notched second multi-goal game of the season against East Carolina, scoring two goals and an assist ... Scored a goal in both games of the UConn Classic, stretching her point-scoring streak to eight consecutive games ... Added third assist of the season in victory at Clemson ... Recorded third multi-goal game of the season with two goals in 3-0 win against Florida State ... Named ACC Player of the Week and also received national accolades from Soccer America, Top Drawer Soccer and CollegeSoccer360.com after performance against the Seminoles ... Scored 11th goal of the season against Virginia Tech ... Added a goal in road games at Maryland and at Boston College ... Named a Primetime Performer by CollegeSoccer360.com after performance against the Terps and Eagles ... Scored 14th goal of the season in NCAA Tournament second round win against West Virginia ... Assisted on Bess Harrington's last second goal in NCAA third round win at South Carolina ... Named to ACC Honor Roll.

2008: Led the team in goals (10), assists (7), points (27) and shots (80) ... Scored six game-winning goals ... Started every game during junior season ... Named to NCCSIA University Division All-State Women's Soccer Team ... Scored one goal in each of the first five games of the season ... Added a goal and an assist in victories over Francis Marion (8/29) and UNC-Wilmington (8/31) ... Scored a goal and recorded an assist against North Carolina (10/5) ... Scored game-winning goal and assisted on another goal against NC State (10/23) ... Also tallied the game-winning goal at Virginia Tech (10/30) ... Scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another goal in win over Morehead State (11/14) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

2007: Played in 20 contests for the Deacons... Was team leader in points (22), goals (10), game winning goals (5), shots (58), and shots on goal (24) ... Selected as First Team All-ACC ... NSCAA All-American 3rd Team ... Soccer Buzz Elite Team of the Week in WK3, 4, and 9... Top Drawer for College Team of the Season... North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association All-State team ... ACC player of the week Sept. 24 and Oct. 29... Had the game-winning goal in Wake's 3-2 upset over No. 10 Florida State (Oct. 25) ... Also had ACC game-winning goals against Maryland (Oct. 5) and Virginia Tech (Sept. 27).

2006: Recorded minutes in 22 games ... Had first career start vs. Miami (Oct. 22) ... Also started in NCAA tourney first round vs. Old Dominion (Nov. 10) ... Registered goals vs. Syracuse (Sept. 1) and UNC-Wilmington (Sept. 17) ... Credited with four assists and 35 shots during rookie season.

Background: Four-year letterwinner at Conestoga HS for head coach Danielle Fagan ... A top-150 recruit by Soccer Buzz Magazine ... A two-time NSCAA All-American ... Named the 2005 Pennsylvania State Player of the Year ... Two-time all-state team honoree ... Central League MVP in 2004 and 2005 ... Two-time Daily Local and Mail Line Life Player of the Year ... Philadelphia Inquirer Player of the Year ... Played on the club level for Lee Martin and the West Chester United Predators ... Three-time Pennsylvania state champions ... 2003 WAGS Champions ... 2004 Region 1 Premier League Champions and 2004-05 Region 1 semifinalists ... Scored 115 career goals ... Also played on the EPYSA ODP select team and the U-19 Regional Team ... An AP scholar and honor roll student throughout high school.

Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1987 in Wayne, Pennsylvania ... Daughter of Randall and Paulette Hutchinson ... Major is business.

Career Stats

YearGP-GSShotsGoalsAssistsPointsGWG
200622-2352040
200720-1358102225
200821-2080107276
200921-2179144325
Totals84-5625236138516
 

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