Two Soccer Signees Named All-Americans

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Two Soccer Signees Named All-Americans

BATON ROUGE — The LSU women’s soccer team had two signees named to the High School All-American list.

Jackie Moseley, a goalkeeper from McKinney, Texas, and Roslyn Jones from Mandeville, La. were named to the third team along with several other top players across the country.

“We are excited about Jackie and Roslyn attending LSU,” said LSU head soccer coach Brian Lee. “We feel that they are excellent representatives for our program and its standards on and off the field.”

Moseley was the district 6-4A MVP helping McKinney High School win the state championship, while recording 14 shutouts en route to the title.

“I feel that Jackie is going to be able to come in and compete for a starting role here at LSU,” said LSU assistant and goalkeepers coach Daniel Brizard. “She has shown in high school as well as club that she can get the job done.”

At Fontainbleau High School, Roslyn Jones was the state player of the year in leading the Bulldogs to a national ranking. Jones was the only player from Louisiana named to any of the All-American teams.

Jones and Moseley are part of a recruiting class that was ranked 26th in the nation by Soccer Buzz Magazine.