Victoria Jacobs' Career & Game-By-Game Statistics (PDF)
Set a school record with 82 games played in her career … played 7,061 career minutes, the most of any player since Ball State began tracking individual minutes played in 2005 … finished her career tied for fourth on Ball State’s all-time list for game-winning goals with seven.
An Academic All-MAC and MAC Distinguished Scholar Athlete selection ... started all 20 games and played all 1,864 minutes … scored three goals, all against conference opponents, and added two assists … all three of her goals were game-winners … her goals came Oct. 12 at Kent State, Oct. 19 against Northern Illinois and Oct. 26 at Akron ... tied for second among all MAC players with her three game-winners in league play ... part of a Ball State back line that posted nine shutouts for the second straight season ... posted 15 shots on the year and put eight of them on goal.
Started all 22 games ... played 2,106 of a possible 2,109 minutes, ranking second on the 2013 team and second in school history for minutes played in a season ... led Ball State with five goals and tied for third in the Mid-American Conference with three game-winning goals ... scored game-winners at Akron (Sept. 29), at Eastern Michigan (Oct. 11) and at Bowling Green (Oct. 25) ... also scored goals versus Green Bay (Aug. 25) and Miami University (Oct. 31) ... named the MAC Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 30 after helping Ball State to back-to-back shutout victories in the opening weekend of conference play ... part of a defensive unit that ranked first in the MAC and among the top 50 nationally in goals against average (0.81) ... placed 16 of her 27 shots on goal (.593) for the highest percentage on the team among players with at least five attempts ... registered a season-high five shots in the regular season finale against Miami ... named to the MAC All-Tournament Team.
An honorable mention Academic All-MAC selection ... Played in all 20 games with 19 starts ... Played a significant role in solidifying the Ball State midfield ... One of Ball State's most consistent players ... Managed 18 shots, including seven on goal.
Appeared in 20 games, making 15 starts to earn her first letter ... Helped the Cardinals' defense post six shutouts on the year ... Scored her first career goal against Bowling Green (Oct. 21), netting the game-winning tally ... Recorded 20 shots on the year.
Invited to participate in the Canadian National Training Center in 2009 and 2010 ... Four-year letterwinner at St. Ignatius of Loyola ... Three-time team captain and Most Valuable Player ... Played club soccer for the Mississauga Dixie Dragons for coaches John Kurgan and Joe Moscato ... Team captain ... Called up to the Hamilton FC Rage of the W-League in 2011 ... Led the Dixie Dragons to the 2009 Ontario Youth Soccer League Championship and the No. 1 ranking in Ontario ... Helped team boast a league-low 0.72 goals against average ... Guided team to the 2008 Ontario Cup Indoor Championship ... Led team to four straight Ontario Cup Finals (2007-2010) ... Earned the Daniela Spagnoulio Award in 2008 for the player who demonstrates athletic, academic and community contributions ... Also played three years of volleyball at St. Ignatius where she helped her team to the Halton Catholic School championship in 2010.
Daughter of Carolyn and Bryan Jacobs ... Born March 21, 1993 ... Full name is Victoria Kathleen Jacobs ... Has one sister, Vanessa, and two brothers, Stephen and Ryan ... a psychology major.