WASHINGTON STATE CAREER
FRESHMAN (2003) - Redshirted after coming into preseason with a high ankle sprain.
HIGH SCHOOL - Four-year letterwinner in soccer at Emerald Ridge and Cascade Christian...also earned three letters in track as a sprinter...coached by Brian Van Blommestein on F.C. Royals club team... FRESHMAN - earned second team all-league and was named team's most valuable player...Chinook League scholar athlete...SOPHOMORE - earned honorable mention in the South Puget Sound League....SPSL scholar athlete...played on F.C. Royals state team and attended regional camp...JUNIOR - named team's most valuable player and again was first team all-league...again earned Chinook League scholar athlete award and sportsmanship award...qualified for state track meet in 4x200 meter relay...F.C. Royals advanced to Region IV quarterfinals...SENIOR - named first team all-area and Chinook League most valuable player after racking up 20 assists and 17 goals...Tacoma Athletic Commission Athlete of the Month...WIAA Distinguished Scholastic Award.
PERSONAL - Born Jessica Rae Gerstmann Sept. 25, 1984 in Puyallup, Wash...parents Jerry and Val Gerstmann...has one brother, Ryan, and a sister, Mallorie...uncle Lester Gerstmann attended WSU...enjoys reading, writing, and skiing...compiled 3.6 prep grade point average...member of National Honor Society...secretary of Junior Statesmen of America...a certified "E" licensed coach...member of Multi-Cultural Club...interested in pursuing business law.