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Jessica  Heifetz


Warren, N.J.

High School:
Watchung Hills Regional




Seven Wolverines Honored at Annual Postseason Banquet

Seven Wolverines Honored at Women's Soccer Banquet


Heifetz, Lewis and Sarkisian Appointed 2016 Team Captains

Heifetz, Lewis and Sarkisian Appointed Women's Soccer Captains


Goals from Timko and Heifetz Help U-M Edge Illinois on the Road

Goals from Timko, Heifetz Help Women's Soccer Prevail at Illinois


Wolverines Blank IU for Fourth Straight B1G Victory

Women's Soccer Blanks IU for Fourth Straight B1G Victory


First Collegiate Goals from Sarkisian, Heifetz Help U-M Shut Out CMU

Sarkisian, Heifetz Help Women's Soccer Shut Out CMU


Women's Soccer Shuts Out CMU

Michigan blanked Central Michigan Sunday, 3-0, behind goals from Ani Sarkisian, Nicky Waldeck and Jessica Heifetz.

Last Updated: Feb. 13, 2017

At Michigan
• Team Captain (2016)
• Received Michigan's 2016 Lloyd Carr Award, which is presented to the player who best represents Michigan ideals
• U-M's Big Ten Sportsmanship honoree (2016)
• Three-time Academic All-Big Ten (2014-16)
• Two-time U-M Athletic Academic Achievement (2015-16)
• Michigan's Most Improved Player (2014)

Senior (2016)
• Received Michigan's Lloyd Carr Award, which is presented to the player who best represents Michigan ideals
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Named Michigan's Big Ten Sportsmanship honoree
• U-M Athletic Academic Achievement
• Started all 20 games at holding midfield
• Scored one goal against UC Riverside (Sept. 9)
• Recorded one assist against Wisconsin in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament (Oct. 30)

Junior (2015)
• Academic All-Big Ten
• U-M Athletic Academic Achievement
• Played in 20 games (14 starts)
• Scored goals against Portland (Sept. 4) and Wisconsin (Oct. 15) and added an assist against Eastern Michigan (Aug. 21)

Sophomore (2014)
• Michigan's Most Improved Player
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Appeared in 18 games (three starts)
• Finished the season with three goals and two assists (eight points)
• Scored game-winning goal in a road victory over Illinois (Oct. 26)
• Made first career start on the road against Rutgers (Sept. 21)
• Scored first career goal in 3-0 victory over Central Michigan (Sept. 7)

Freshman (2013)
• Played in one match
• Made collegiate debut against Oakland (Aug. 25)

• Watchung Hills Regional (2013)
• Four-year varsity letterwinner
• Three-time All-State selection, including third team as a senior
• Four-time All-Skyland Conference selection
• Named NJCSCA Regional Top-20 Player as a senior
• Team captain and team MVP as a senior
• Named first team All-Area and All-County as a senior
• Helped lead Watchung Hills Regional to Somerset County championship as a sophomore for first time in school history
Other Sports
• Ran track as a freshman
• Honor Roll

• PDA (2005-13)

• Full name is Jessica Rae Heifetz
• Born June 13, 1995
• Parents, Michael and Dawn, both attended Washington University
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, & the Arts -- majoring in communication


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