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 Maike de Jager 24
Maike de Jager
Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Last College:
University of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam

Height:
5-9

Position:
Back/Midfield/Forward

Birthdate:
04/29/1987

05/07/2012

Field Hockey Athletes Recognized at Spring Banquets

Nicole Schuster named Outstanding Sophomore Scholar-Athlete

02/23/2012

Norris, de Jager Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Field Hockey's Norris earns the ACC honor for the second consecutive year

11/22/2011

Field Hockey's Maike de Jager Named a 2011 All-American

Grad student earns second-team honors for her play this season

11/17/2011

Field Hockey Nabs Five NFHCA All-Region Spots

Three Eagles named to the All-Northeast Region First Team

11/03/2011

Field Hockey Falls, 4-3, to Wake Forest

Eagles knocked out of ACC Tournament on a last minute goal

AS A GRADUATE STUDENT (2011)
Named to the NFHCA All-Northeast Region First Team ... Named to the 2011 NFHCA All-American Second Team ... Named to 2011 All-ACC Academic Team ... Started in all 19 games this season ... Registered one goal against Wake Forest on Nov. 3 in the ACC Tournament ... Tallied her first career assist at New Hampshire on Oct. 16 ... Recorded a goal in two consecutive games for the second time this season, first Duke on Sept. 30 and then versus Providence on Oct. 3 ... Notched two shots at Virginia on Sept. 23 and one at American on Sept. 25 ... Had three goals in two games (Sept. 2-4) ... Scored her first goal as an Eagle on Sept. 2 vs. Quinnipiac, when she also logged her first multiple-goal game (2).

BEFORE BC
Played every position except for goalie ...played on the Kraaien Club Team from 1998-2001 ... member of Hurley Club team from 2001-06 ... competed with Hic Club Team from 2006-08 and 2010-11 ... part of Pinoke Club team from 2008-10 ... played at the national A and B level ... promoted three times to the A level ... started in all 22 games last year ... five-year North Holland All-Star ... played for the National Dutch U16 and U18 teams ... selected twice for the Dutch Team U21 team ... team ended up second at the National Championship U16 in 2002 ... team placed second in the U16 European Championships in 2003 in Lithuania ... team finished first in the European Four Country Tournament in 2004 in Spain ... has played extensively throughout Europe ... played indoor hockey from 2001-11.

PERSONAL
Born on April 29, 1987 ... daughter of Agnes de Jager-Nobel and Tom de Jager ... has three siblings, older brother Koen, older sister Wencke, and younger brother Daan ... enrolled in the Lynch School of Education.

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