Jen Hoy

BirthdayJanuary 18, 1991
Hometown Sellersville, PA


INTERNATIONAL: Received her first call up to US U-23 National Camp in April, 2013.

COLLEGE: Attended Princeton from 2009 – 2012. In 2010, she led the Ivy League in game winning goals with four. In 2011 she earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors twice, and started in all 17 games. During her senior year, she scored the second-most goals in a season in program history, with 18 and was a three-time Ivy League Player of the Week. She also recorded three hat tricks on the season and scored two game winning goals.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Germantown Academy, finishing her high school career with 110 goals and 46 assists, scoring 36 goals in her senior year. She was voted three-time league MVP and was named by the Philadelphia Inquirer as Player of the Year. In addition to soccer, she was a successful track athlete, earning all-league and all-state honors.

YOUTH CLUB: With FC Bucks Vipers, she won state cups for six seasons and placed third nationally in 2008 … won the 2009 U-18 US Youth Soccer national title with the Vipers.

PERSONAL: Academically in high school, she served as a student ambassador to Japan through her school and earned the school’s Triangle Award for her academic, athletics and community accomplishments. She is fluent in Spanish, and minoring in Spanish at Princeton. She was a gymnast for 8 years before choosing soccer as her primary sport.