2008 Season (Junior)
Second on the team in goals with 39 ... Her three year total of 107 goals is fourth-best in school history ... Tops on the team in assists (57, #2 for a single season in school history) ... Her 174 assists in three seasons is second-best in school history and only ten short of the school record held by Lynzy Klein (2004-06) with 184 ... Tallied at least one goal in 23 of the 32 games ... Scored a season-high four goals against Cal State Bakersfield (3/29/08) ... Also collected three goals in games against Cal State Bakersfield (2/3/08), Cal Baptist (3/16/08), San Jose State (4/5/08) and Long Beach State (4/26/08) ... Earned the Red Cape Award in 2008.
2007 Season (Sophomore)
Jessica Coy was one of four Matadors to log double-digit scores in 2007 ... Managed 30 goals ... Led the Matadors with 47 assists, the fourth-best season in Matador history in that category ... Led Cal State Northridge with three goals against USC (2/8/07) ... Totaled 10 multiple-goal games ... Scored a season-high four goals versus Bucknell (3/17/07) ... Was one of three Matadors to log multiple goals in all three MPSF championship games ... Also snagged 26 steals.
2006 Season (Freshman)
Coy scored the first goals of her collegiate career versus Claremont (2/25/06) ... Recorded 38 goals during the season, good for second on the squad ... Posted multiple goals in 13 games ... Collected a season-high four goals in a win over Wagner (3/15/06) ... Tallied 18 steals on the season ... Recorded two steals in five matches ... Had two assists in five games.
Temple City High School
Coy played four years of water polo at Temple City High School in Temple City, Calif ... Named MVP of the Rio Hondo League and team MVP in 2005, earned first team all-CIF and water polo athlete of the year in 2005 ... Helped the Temple City Rams win the CIF Division III championships in 2003 and 2004.
Born on December 16, 1986 in Pasadena, Calif. ... Mother is Denise Coy ... Has one younger brother, Justin ... Favorites include actors Jamie Fox and Jennifer Aniston, the movie "Dumb & Dumber", and spaghetti ... Can't imagine going a week without ranch dressing ... The biggest obstacle she has ever overcome was her parents' divorce ... majoring in Psychology.