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#23 Roslyn Jones Season 2024

Mandeville, La.
High School
Fontainebleau HS

2008 Lakeside Invitational All-Tournament Team
2008 ESPN The Magazine First-Team Academic All-District IV
2008 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2007 LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana
2007 ESPN The Magazine Third-Team Academic All-District IV
2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2006 Second-Team All-SEC
2006 Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (Oct. 17)
2006 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2005 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll

One of the all-time greats to compete for the Tigers … Earned Second-Team All-SEC honors in 2006 in her first season playing along LSU’s front line … Started 75 of 82 career games at LSU … Played in more games (82) than any other student-athlete in the history of the LSU soccer program … Also ranks No. 4 on the school’s all-time list in career starts … Finished her collegiate career ranked in the Top 10 of seven different offensive categories at LSU … Wrapped up her career ranked No. 4 in career points (66), No. 4 in career game-winning goals (8), No. 5 in career assists (16), No. 6 in career goals (25), No. 6 in career shots on goal (58), No. 10 in goals per game (0.30) and No. 10 in SOG per game (0.71) … A standout in the classroom who was named a two-time academic all-district selection by ESPN The Magazine and a four-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Served as a team captain for the Tigers during her senior season in 2008 … Provided an offensive spark in the Tigers’ run to a second-straight SEC West title and second-straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament … One of seven Tigers to crack the starting lineup in all 20 matches during the 2008 season … Finished the season as the team’s second-leading scorer … Set career single-season bests with nine goals, five assists and 23 points … Wrapped up her senior season as one of the Top 10 scorers in the Southeastern Conference … Ranked No. 3 in goals scored and No. 7 in points scored in the SEC … Scored three goals and two assists for eight points in 11 league matches … Was LSU’s fourth-leading scorer in conference action … Matched her career high with three game-winning goals on the season … Scored the game-winner for LSU in victories over Northwestern on Aug. 30, Oklahoma on Sept. 19 and Kentucky on Oct. 19 … Was named to the Lakeside Invitational All-Tournament Team after scoring the game-winning goal against host Northwestern of the Big Ten Conference … Attempted 30 shots with 19 shots on goal on the season … Led the team with a shot percentage of .300 … Continued her excellence in the classroom as she was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First-Team … Also named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the fourth-straight season … Earned her fourth varsity letter at LSU.

Enjoyed a highly successful junior season as one of the top strikers in the Southeastern Conference … Cracked the starting lineup in all 24 matches for the Tigers in 2007 … Finished the season tied as the team’s second-leading scorer with seven goals, seven assists and 21 points on the year … Was a key contributor in the Tigers’ run to the second round of the NCAA Tournament …  Scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime period in LSU’s 1-0 shutout of Samford in the NCAA First Round on Nov. 16 … Got off to a fast start by scoring six goals in the first month of the season … Scored in four-straight games against Louisiana Tech (Sept. 2), Memphis (Sept. 6), Miami (Sept. 8) and McNeese State (Sept. 14) … Added game-tying goals against Texas (Sept. 18) and Ole Miss (Sept. 30) … Recorded a pair of assists in LSU’s 2-0 win over Vanderbilt on Oct. 19 … Helped guide the squad to its first ever SEC Western Division title and trip to the NCAA Tournament in the 13-year history of the program … Was named an LSWA Honorable Mention All-Louisiana selection … A true ambassador for LSU on and off the soccer pitch as she was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Third-Team in November … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll for the third time in her career … Earned her third varsity letter.

Made a smooth transition to the forward position in the spring of 2006 after starting 17 games as an outside defender during her freshman campaign … Proved to be one of the top scoring threats in the Southeastern Conference as she was the team’s second-leading scorer with nine goals and 21 points … Appeared in all 20 matches with 14 starts … Was the team’s leading scorer in SEC play with six goals and 14 points in 11 conference matches … Both conference scoring totals ranked third and fourth in the SEC at the end of the season … Earned the first all-conference selection of her career as she was voted second-team All-SEC by the league’s 12 head coaches … Named a first-team All-Louisiana selection by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association … Scored the first goal of her career in LSU’s 6-0 shutout of Sam Houston State on Sept. 1 … Scored the game-winning goal in the Tigers’ 3-2 win over Kentucky on Sept. 24 with just three seconds remaining in regulation, which is the latest a goal has been scored in regulation in team history … Also scored game-winning goals against Houston (Sept. 3) and Alabama (Oct. 15) … Scored the Tigers’ only goal in a 1-1 draw against 12th-ranked Florida on Oct. 22 … Was named to the Top Drawer Soccer Women’s College National Team of the Week after recording the first multi-goal game of her career against division rival Alabama … Displayed an uncanny ability to put shots on frame as she finished the season with 20 shots on goal in 37 shot attempts … Twice voted LSU Female Athlete of the Week by a panel of local sports media (Sept. 26 & Oct. 17) … Earned her second varsity letter.

A consistent performer on LSU’s back line all season … Played in 18 games while starting in 17 as a freshman at her defender position … Started in all 11 SEC games for the Tigers … Recorded an assist in LSU’s 4-0 shutout of Southern on Oct. 31 … Finished the season with a total of four shots … Earned her first varsity letter.

Named the Louisiana High School Player of the Year and McDonald’s/WWL ‘A’ Plus Athlete of the Year in 2005 … Led Fontainebleau High School to the Louisiana Class 5A state championship in 2004 … Served as team captain of her high school team as a senior … Finished her high school career with a stellar senior season in 2004-05 … Was named first-team Class 5A all-state and District 5-5A MVP in 2005 … Member of the Region III Olympic Developmental Team Pool and the Louisiana State ODP Team … Played club soccer for the Baton Rouge Soccer Club … Led her club team to the 2004 Louisiana Club State Championship and Region III quarterfinals.

Full name is Roslyn Renee Jones … Born on  May 7, 1987 … Parents are Frank and Sherri Jones … Has two younger sisters, Macie and Somer … Graduated from Fontainebleau High School with a 3.82 GPA … Majoring in kinesiology.


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