Junior Jackie Eskue highlights the Bears' effort in a 2-1 victory over the Davidson Wildcats in college field hockey on Oct. 5, at Betty and Bobby Allison North Stadium
Awards/Honors 2015: NFHCA National Academic Squad ...Academic All-MAC Team ... Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll 2014: Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll (Fall) ... Academic All-MAC Team 2013: NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Academic All-MAC Honorable Mention ... Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll 2012: NFHCA National Academic Squad ... Missouri State Athletics Director's Honor Roll
2014 Season (Junior) Played in all 18 games for MSU, which included nine starts for the Bears' back line ... Made eight consecutive starts from Sept. 27-Oct. 24 ... Scored her first-career goal off a corner opportunity in a 4-3 loss to La Salle (Oct. 19) ... Notched first-career assist in a 2-1 home victory over Davidson (Oct. 5) ... Attempted 10 shots, two of which were on-goal ... Averaged over 37 minutes of playing time per contest ... Not credited with a card throughout entire season.
2013 Season (Sophomore) Appeared in 12 games for the Bears as a sophomore and started once.
2012 Season (Freshman) Started six games for the Bears and appeared in 14 contests.
Background Eskue was a starting defender for four years at Fallbrook High School and lettered as a junior and senior ... Helped lead Fallbrook to a California Interscholastic Federation title in 2011 en route to a No. 15 national ranking ... In 2011, also helped the Warriors to an Avocado League championship and the crown in the Serra Tournament ... Was named Most Outstanding Defender in the Serra Tournament as a senior ... Garnered CIF Division I First Team honors in 2011 ... High school teammate of current Bears field hockey player Sydney Richelieu.
Personal Jacqueline Michelle Eskue was born Feb. 4, 1995 in Oceanside, Calif. ... Daughter of Charles and Pamela Eskue ... majoring in English ... Has a sister, Elizabeth, who played field hockey at Pacific.