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Jessica Mucci

Player Profile
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Severna Park, Md.

High School:
Archbishop Spalding

Height:
5-7

Position:
Attack

04/30/2014

Henderson, Mucci Named to All-BIG EAST Second Team

Athletes earn conference season honors for first time

04/26/2014

Wildcats Finish Season In 15-4 Loss to Connecticut

Villanova ends season with best BIG EAST record to date

04/19/2014

Henderson Hat Trick Leads Wildcats Past Marquette, 10-9

Villanova moves to 3-3 in conference play

04/18/2014

Wildcats Travel to Marquette Saturday

Villanova looking for spot in BIG EAST Championship

04/17/2014

Wildcats Stumble in 13-2 Loss to Georgetown

Denihan, Goforth each score for Villanova

Awards: 2014 Second Team All-BIG EAST selection.

Career: Has appeared in 44 games while making 43 starts on attack through her junior season... adept feeder from behind the net... tallied 33 goals and 68 assists for 101 points... collected 33 ground balls and caused eight turnovers... notched 10 draw controls.

2014: Named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team ... appeared in all 16 games with 15 starts ... led the team in assists (22) for the second straight season ... also scored 11 goals for 33 points ... recorded 14 ground balls, seven draw controls and four caused turnovers ... tallied a season-high five points (1G, 4A) against Michigan (2/22) ... also recorded four assists against Navy (2/26) ... recorded 10 multi-point games. BIG EAST: Started six of seven conference contests she appeared in ... tallied six goals and eight assists ... recorded one caused turnover and six ground balls ... notched three assists against Temple (4/5).

2013: Appeared and started in all 16 games on attack for the season... Tallied 14 goals and 39 assists for 53 points... Registered two game-winning goals vs. Davidson (Mar. 16) and Cincinnati (Apr. 26)... Collected 13 ground balls and caused three turnovers... Notched two draw controls... Averaged 0.88 goals per game, 2.44 assists per game and 3.31 points per game... Led all BIG EAST players averaging 2.44 assists per game... Ranked sixth in the BIG EAST averaging 3.31 points per game... Ranked first on the team with 53 points on the season... Tied for fourth on the team with 14 goals... Ranked first on the team with 39 assists... Ranked first on the team with two game-winning goals... Registered a career-high eight points via three goals and five assists vs. Davidson (Mar. 16)... Tallied a career-high three goals vs. Davidson (Mar. 16) and Marquette (Mar. 22)... Registered a career-high six assists twice during the season vs. Central Connecticut (Mar. 2) and Mt. St. Mary's (Mar. 9)... Caused a career-high two turnovers vs. Syracuse (Apr. 5)... Registered 12 multi-point games on the year... Contributed points in all but two games on the season. BIG EAST: Appeared and started in all eight conference contests on attack... Tallied four goals and 13 assists for 17 points... Collected eight ground balls and caused two turnovers in BIG EAST action... Ranked second on the team with 17 points in conference play... Ranked fourth on the team with four goals in BIG EAST games... Ranked first on the team with 13 assists in conference games... Tied for third on the team with eight ground balls... Tallied the lone conference game-winning goal vs. Cincinnati (Apr. 26).

2012: Appeared and started in 12 games on attack... Notched eight goals and seven assists for 15 points... Took 13 shots... Collected six ground balls and caused one turnover... One draw control... Posted a career-high six points via one goal and five assists vs. Cincinnati (Apr. 13)... Matched a career-high two goals twice in her freshman season vs. La Salle (Mar. 21) and Manhattan (Mar. 23)... Notched two free position goals on the year, one vs. La Salle (Mar. 21) and one vs. California (Mar. 30)... Picked up a career-high two ground balls vs. Notre Dame (Apr. 7). BIG EAST: Appeared and started in seven conference contests... Posted three goals and six assists for nine points in BIG EAST action... Tied for second on the team with nine points in conference play... Collected four ground balls had one draw control.

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