165 Bulldog and Lady Techster student-athletes recognized
Courtney Tompkins named Louisiana Newcomer of the Year
Kickoff is set for 10 a.m. CT on Friday
Will face No. 8 seed Charlotte on Friday
Kickoff is set for 12:30 p.m. CT on Wednesday
Season comes to an end with a 1-0 loss to Charlotte in the C-USA Tournament semifinals.
Down a goal with 30 minutes to go, Louisiana Tech netted two goals in the span of 96 seconds to defeat Old Dominion.
After 36 fouls, seven yellow cards, two red cards and some crazy weather, Lady Techsters and Monarchs tie, 1-1.
Lady Techsters tie Mean Green, 1-1, in Sunday showdown
Lady Techsters score four unanswered goals to take down Roadrunners in C-USA opener
First Team All-Louisiana
2017: Played in all 22 matches, making 13 starts ... One of five Lady Techsters to play in every match ... Led the team in points (25), goals (11), shots (45) and shots on goal (21) ... Also registered three assists ... Became the fourth player in program history to record double-digit goals in a single season, tying for the fourth most ever ... Five of the 11 goals were game-winners, tying for the most in program history ... The 25 points ranks fifth in school history and tied for fourth most in C-USA ... Delivered a goal in the 84th minute in the season opener to win at McNeese State (8/18) ... Also netted goals in the non-conference against ULM (9/3) and Troy (9/8) ... Seven of the 11 goals came during league play, including a two-goal performance to beat Charlotte (10/13) for the first time ever ... Came off the bench to score the game-winning goal versus Old Dominion (11/1) in the C-USA Tournament Quarterfinals.
2016: Played in 14 games while making eight starts at forward (missed the final five matches due to injury) ... Tallied 10 points on four goals and two assists ... Took 20 shots on the season, half of which came on goal ... scored her first career goal in the season opener at Lamar (8/21) which proved to be the game-winner ... Registered a career-high five shots against Mississippi Valley State (8/26) ... Scored the game-winning goal at Tennessee Tech (9/4) which came at the 109:10 mark, the latest goal scored in program history ... Was also just the fourth golden goal ever scored in double OT ... Registered first career assist in the following game versus ULM (9/9) ... Recorded two goals in first conference action which came at Southern Miss (9/18) ... Added another assist in shutout win over FIU (10/5).
High School: Lettered three years as a striker at Cypress High School for coaches Nicole Woiemberghe and Krissy Grana … Tallied 35 goals and 11 assists the past two years, ranking as third highest scorer in Orange County … Named first team All-Empire League as the leading scorer while also earning Empire League Offensive MVP and Varsity Offensive MVP … All-CIF Southern Section ... Part of undefeated Empire League Champions and CIF finalists as a junior.
Club: Member of CDA Slammers FC.
Personal: Full name is Jenna Dages … Daughter of Alan and Diane Dages … One sibling, Jesse … Father played football at the University of Colorado at Boulder (1972-75) … Born July 16, 1997 in Long Beach, California.
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