Women's Soccer 2013 – Player Profile

Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins

Jordanne Hoesli-Atkins – 16

Captain

Year: Senior

Major: Sports Management

Height: 5-2

Position: M

High School: Bishop Wand

Hometown: Middlesex, England

Awards: 2014: Wilmington Academic All-Star; Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society Second Year Honoree; 2013: CACC Fall All-Academic; Wilmington Academic All-Star; Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society Inductee 2012: Wilmington Academic All-Star


Biography

Junior Season (2012): Played in all 22 games in the midfield as a junior, making 15 starts – finished second on the team with five assists on the year, 12th in the CACC – recorded two goals on the year – tied the game at LIU Post on October 11 with a goal in the 65th minute – added the fifth goal in a 6-2 victory over Chestnut Hill on October 17 on a penalty kick – recorded a pair of assists on September 15 against Bloomfield – named a Wilmington Academic All-Star.

Sophomore Season (2011): Appeared in 18 games as a sophomore, making 14 starts – recorded a goal and two assists on the season for four points – scored the lone goal against Felician on September 24 – assisted in back-to-back games, first at Bloomfield and again versus Millersville; both victories.

Freshman Season (2010): Appeared in all 20 matches as a true freshman, making 11 starts, including the first seven of the season – scored the lone goal of the season in her first collegiate game, tying the game against Millersville on September 2 in the 76th minute (Wilmington won 3-2) – recorded her lone assist of the season in her second career match, a 2-1 victory over Bloomfield on September 11.

High School: A midfielder for the Bishop Wand Church of England School from 2003-2008 under head coach Claire Dudman – helped the team to the Surrey Youth Games Championship in 2004 and 2005, scoring the game winning goal in 2005 – awarded the Manager’s Player and the Players’ Player of the Year twice –earned the bronze for the Duke of Edinburgh Award – played for the Chelsea Academy U14, Watford U16 and Fulham U16 teams – played for the Fulham Ladies in the league’s top tier

Personal: Jordanne Emma Hoesli-Atkins – daughter of Steven Atkins and Sarah Hoesli – has a half-brother, Sebastian Atkins – father, Steven Atkins, played semi-pro in Denmark from 1982-84 – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations of working in sports marketing- if she could be someone else for a day she would be the Queen- her favorite cartoon character is Shrek- if she could change one rule in soccer she would change the play advantage rule- her favorite pro team is Arsenal FC

Season

GP-GS

G

A

Pts

SH

Shot%

SOG

SOG%

GW

PK-Att

2010

20-11

1

1

3

17

.059

5

.294

0

0-0

2011

18-14

1

2

4

21

.048

2

.095

0

0-0

2012

22-15

2

5

9

17

.118

10

.588

0

1-1

Total

60-40

4

8

16

55

0.73

17

.309

0

1-1