15 - Jack Jones|
|Previous School:||Union Mine HS|
AS A SOPHOMORE (2006)
Again proved himself as one of the team’s most versatile players on the roster and one of its hardest workers...played in 18 matches and made 16 starts...saw time at both right and left back and in the midfield out wide or as the team’s option at central defensive mid...was named MPSF Player of the Week for the first time in his career after scoring two goals, including the game winner, in a 3-2 victory over Valparaiso on Sept. 4...added his third goal of the season at Air Force on Oct. 20.
AS A FRESHMAN (2005)
One of the Hornets’ most versatile players with the ability to play in the midfield or the back line, he started more matches (17) than any other freshman...was used as an outside back and midfielder during the season...one of the team’s most consistent and hard-working players on the field...his first career assist set up Marco Ramirez’s game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Long Island on Sept. 18...added an assist in a 4-0 shutout of Menlo on Sept. 21...also served a cross to the far post that set up Ryan Rhoads’ goal in 3-1 victory over Air Force on Oct.23.
A 2005 graduate of Union Mine High School in El Dorado, Calif...played three seasons of soccer under head coach Ron Piazak...his junior and senior seasons, he was named all-Sierra Valley Conference...as the Diamondbacks’ central midfielder, he scored eight goals and added four assists during his senior campaign (2004)...he lists a two-goal performance against Oak Ridge High School during a league game as one of his best athletic performances...he was also a kicker on the football team for two seasons...played one season for the San Juan Sting under head coach Phil Wright, competing in the Surf Cup, Nike Friendlies, Nomads Thanksgiving Tournament, Nomads College Showcase and Presidents Day Cup...he tallied three goals and six assists in his year with the Sting.
Born Nov. 9, 1987...parents are Kent and Francesca Jones...plans to major in business.