Women's Soccer



Daisha Jones-Oglesby
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Daisha Jones-Oglesby

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Phoenix, Ariz.

High School:
Paradise Valley High School

Height:
5-6

Position:
MF/F

01/30/2014

Nevada places 34 on Academic All-MW list

The Nevada contingent was part of a league-record 534 student-athletes who were named to the team for the fall season.

01/30/2014

Nevada places 34 on Academic All-MW list

The Nevada contingent was part of a league-record 534 student-athletes who were named to the team for the fall season.

01/31/2013

Nevada Has 37 Student-Athletes on 2012 Fall Academic All-Mountain West Team

League-record 409 student-athletes on the 2012 fall team

11/28/2012

Nevada Soccer 2012 Season Recap

A look back at the team's 2012 season

10/31/2012

Freshman Jones-Oglesby Lifts Nevada to a 1-0 MW Tournament Win

Pack will face New Mexico Friday in the semifinal round

Nevada:

2013: (Sophomore) Led the team in assists with a total of four on the year ... Played in 19 games with 14 starts.

2012: (Freshman) Played in 14 matches with two starts ... Recorded her first career goal in the 2012 MW Tournament against Boise State to advance Nevada to the semifinal round.

Prior to Nevada: Earned three varsity letters in soccer and three in Track and Field at Paradise Valley High School in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Part of a Black Canyon Region Conference Championship in 2009-10 ... Scored 17 goals and added five assists in 17 games as a senior ... Captained her team as well during her senior season ... Played her club soccer for SC Del Sol '94 and coach Les Armstrong ... Participant in the Elite Club National League ... Ranked No. 1 in the state of Arizona and 23rd nationally.

Personal: Daughter of Toney Jones and Joy Oglesby ... Chose Nevada for a love of the coaches, players and campus environment ... Sports hero is Larry Fitzgerald because of his work ethic ... Likes to eat Buffalo Wild Wings and sushi, spend time with her family and friends and go bowling in her spare time ... Lists her best sports moment as scoring a game-winning goal against Surf, who was first in the ECNL at the time.

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