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Jacie Spate, Recruiting Manager at NCSA

Jacie Spate, Recruiting Manager

Robert Morris University - Illinois
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(312) 638-4834

My name is Jacie Spate and I’m from Belvidere, Illinois. I’m a former four-year collegiate athlete, having played women’s soccer all four years and women’s lacrosse for one year. During my first two years, I attended a junior college called Parkland located in Champaign, Illinois, and earned my Associate’s Degree of Science. After Parkland, I transferred to Robert Morris University in Chicago, Illinois, for my remaining two years, where I earned my Bachelor’s Degree of Business Management.

During my time at Robert Morris University, I was lucky enough to reach the national tournament for women’s lacrosse during my junior year and for women’s soccer during my senior year.

Starting at the age of nine, I began participating in women’s soccer for two club teams, which were the Rockford Raptors Soccer Club and the Rock Run Soccer Club. I mainly played defensive positions, while playing offense on rare occasions. In terms of my performance as a soccer player, I’ve always been known for my long throw-ins, which I eventually transformed into flip-throws. Not only was I known for my throw-ins, but I was also known for having a “look-a-like” on the field. Eventually, everyone learned that my “look-a-like” turned out to be my identical twin, Jamie.

Being a part of the NCSA team, I am most thankful to be able to help athletes that were once in my position. When I am not at work, I enjoy hanging out with my family, friends, and my cat named Lily. A fun fact about myself is that I kicked for the varsity football team my senior year of high school.