Seven medal winners for the LA Tech soccer team, second most of any C-USA team
A total of 24 soccer players (77 percent of roster) received the honor
27 medal winners
A total of 124 Tech athletes earned the academic honor
LA Tech improves to 6-0-1 on the season
Goals by Donya Salomon-Ali and Katie Sloan propelled LA Tech to the first C-USA win of the year, a 2-1 victory over UAB
Middle Tennessee edged LA Tech, 1-0, on a second half goal.
Five Techsters scored in the 7-0 shutout win
Techsters shutout Ragin' Cajuns, 2-0
LA Tech scored four unanswered goals to defeat Troy, 4-2, in the home opener
2014: Played in 16 games with 13 starts at wing back … Part of backline that registered nine shutouts, including four against conference opponents … Took five shots on the season.
2013: Played in all 20 games with 13 starts ... Played full 90 minutes in three matches ... Selected to Conference USA All-Academic second team ... Scored a career-high two goals versus Southern (9/22) ... Key contributor on a backline that pitched nine shutouts.
2012: Earned Academic All-WAC ... Played in 20 games while starting 15 ... Was part of a defense that only allowed 15 goals and recorded 12 shutouts on the year, both program records ... Netted her only goal of the year in the season opener versus LSU-Shreveport (8/21) while also being credited with an assist ... Took a career-high three shots versus Southern Miss (8/24) ... Recorded an assist against Louisiana College (8/28) ... Registerd an assist on the game-winning goal versus UALR (9/7).
High School: Lettered four years at Kunst und Sportgymnasium Zurich for coaches Michael Aeschbacher and Susanne Gubler ... Named MVP of tournament in Germany in 2009.
Club: Member of FC Zurick Frauen ... Part of three consecutive Swiss Championship teams from 2008-10. National Team: Member of Swiss National team for five years at the U17, U19 and U20 levels.
Personal: Nicole Jaquemet ... Nickname is "Nici" ... Daughter of Urs and Karin Jaquemet ... Younger brother, Thierry Lynn ... Born May 28, 1992 in Dielsdorf, Switzerland ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Eastern Washington and Virginia Commonwealth.