Jake Jorgensen
15  Jake Jorgensen

Bellingham, WA

High School:

Last College:
Trinity Western

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 175





WWU topples No. 11 Seattle Pacific, 3-1

Curtis scores twice for Vikings


WWU score four first-half goals in 4-0 win over U-Mary

Last home game for four Viking seniors


WWU plays host to Sioux Falls on Thursday and U-Mary on Saturday

Last home appearances for four Viking seniors


WWU hopes hard-working attitude will breed success in 2012

Senior defender Justin Moore feels hard work is key for Viking men's soccer team


2012 WWU Men's Soccer Preview

Young Vikings look to bounce back

COLLEGE: Played in 14 games, making eight starts as senior in 2012 ... Scored one goal in 3-1 upset win over No.11 Seattle Pacific ... Did not play in 2011 ... One letter ... Transfer from Trinity Western University ... Did not play in 2010 because of injury ... Starter three previous years for Spartans ... In 2009, helped host TWU win bronze medal at Canadian Interuniversity Sports national championship ... Had 2 goals and 4 assists ... In 2008, played on squad that placed second nationally, finishing with 1 goal and 3 assists ... In 2007, helped Spartans to 12-0-2 record, league title, and fifth place at nationals ... Had 3 goals and 5 assists ... Team allowed just 0.57 goals per game, setting Canada West League record.

HIGH SCHOOL: Established school career records of 86 goals and 59 assists at Meridian High School ... Class 1A state Player of the Year and Northwest Conference MVP as senior ... Also first-team Bellingham Herald all-Whatcom County choice, leading Trojans to league title and second round at state ... Had 25 goals and 17 assists ... First-team all-state, Whatcom County League Player of the Year and Bellingham Herald Player of the Year as junior ... Had 23 goals and 16 assists on league title-winning team ... Second-team all-state and WCL Offensive Player of the Year as sophomore ... Had 22 goals and 14 assists on league championship squad ... Second-team all-NWC as freshman with 16 goals and 12 assists ... Four-year letter winner ... Also earned one letter in football as placekicker on state championship squad ... Played club soccer for Crossfire Premier for three years, and was in Washington State Olympic Development program for three years.

PERSONAL: Completed bachelor's degree in finance at Trinity Western, and working on second degree in manufacturing and supply chain management at Western ... His brother, Jason, played soccer at Trinity Western and Hawaii Pacific and is graduate assistant coach at Western this fall.