|Hometown:||Averill Park, NY|
|High School:||Averill Park|
A graduate of Averill Park High School, Jackie St. Pierre excelled in lacrosse scholastically. A participant in the Exceptional Senior Game, she is a former team captain and a two-year varsity letterwinner in lacrosse. At Sage, the rookie goal tender was awarded the Gator Award winner in 2014, as the Most Outstanding Player.
St. Pierre ranked nationally in the NCAA Division III statistical release as she is ranked No. 24 in Division III with her 11.08 saves per game average, while also ranking in overall saves (133) and saves percentage (.463).
As a rookie, she started all 12 games in net and was part of the team’s record-setting lineup in the 2014 finale as Sage broke the single-game scoring mark with 21 goals as they beat the Mariners, 21-9. The 21 goals betters the 19 goals the Gators have achieved on two previous occasions. Sage finished the year with a record of 4-8. The four wins also ties a program-mark for most wins a season set by last year's Gators.
St. Pierre also connected for 16 ground ball pickups in her 655 minutes of work in net as he 133 saves in a second ranks No. 2 all-time in season records. Her saves percentage is also No. 2 in single-season performances, while her three wins is tied for the most in a year.
She is majoring in public policy, Advocacy and Civil Engagement at Sage and is the daughter of David and Michele St. Pierre.
The Thing I like Best about Sage is:
The Small Class Size