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Jalyn Jimerson - Lacrosse - Clemson University Athletics

Jalyn Jimerson

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GRADUATE (2023): 

  • Played in 17 of 18 games for the Tigers
  • Scored 16 goals and recorded 12 assists
  • Recorded 10 ground balls and 1 caused turnover
  • Scored a behind the back goal against Furman
  • Served on Clemson’s 2023 Power Women’s Leadership Academy
  • Earned ACC All-Academic Team Honors

Before Clemson:

Jimerson joins the Tigers from Syracuse, where she played in 21 career games, notching four goals and one assist. She is currently playing in the World Cup with the Haudenosaunee team and will play in World Lacrosse Sixes with Haudenosaunee. USA Lacrosse Magazine tabbed her as one of the “30 Players to Watch” At World Lacrosse Championships. Before joining the Orange, she was a three-time US Lacrosse All-America honoree. 

Junior Year at Syracuse (2021):

  • Played in six games
  • Made her season debut against Stony Brook
  • Helped the Orange to wins at Duke, Georgetown, and UAlbany and a pair of victories at Louisville
  • Scored a goal and recorded a draw control against the Cardinals
  • Member of the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll both semesters.

Sophomore Year at Syracuse (2020): Redshirt season.

Freshman Year at Syracuse (2019):

  • Played in six games
  • Made her collegiate debut against Connecticut in the season opener
  • Picked up her first career ground ball against Binghamton
  • Picked up a ground ball and recorded her first caused turnover versus Albany

Notable High School Accomplishments:

  • Three-time US Lacrosse All-America honoree
  • Three-time All-Western New York First Team selection
  • Three-time All-ECIC First Team pick
  • Three-time team captain
  • Set the Lake Shore High School points record (448)
  • 2018 team MVP
  • Led Lake Shore to four Class Championships
  • Recorded 49 goals, 51 assists, and 13 ground balls as a senior
  • Finished high school career with 265 goals, 183 assists, and 171 ground balls.

Fun Fact:

Played for the Haudenosaunee national team at the U-19 World Championship.

Why did you choose Clemson?:

To have the chance to be a part of a new program and create a winning culture. And also to be a part of a great school and athletic atmosphere.