|Full name||Jackie Lynn Acevedo|
|Date of birth||January 18, 1987|
|Place of birth||Austin, TX, United States|
|Height||5 ft 2 in (1.57 m)|
|2008||University of Tennessee|
|2009-2011||Southern Nazarene University|
|2012||Oklahoma City FC (WPSL)||10||(12)|
|2013||Houston Aces (WPSL)||9||(5)|
|2014||Portland Thorns FC||2||(0)|
|?||United States U16||?||(?)|
|?||United States U17||?||(?)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Jackie Lynn Acevedo (given birth to January 18, 1987) can be an American soccer soccer player who have played for Portland Thorns FC in the Country wide Women’s Soccer Little league in 2014 and on the Mexico women’s country wide football team.
Acevedo was created in Austin, Tx and has five siblings. She went to McNeil SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Austin and received a Texas Condition Tournament in 2004 with McNeil's team. She after that went to university at the University or college of Tennessee. Acevedo performed a single yr for the University or college of Tennessee in 2008 before moving colleges. Acevedo performed for 3 years for Southern Nazarene University or college in Oklahoma and was a three-time NAIA All-American. She also was granted Offensive Participant of the entire year by the earlier Athletic Conference this year 2010 and 2011. She obtained 80 goals, with 31 aids, across her 3 years at SNU.
Oklahoma Town FCIn the 2012 WPSL Season, Acevedo performed for Oklahoma City FC in the WPSL. She produced 10 looks and obtained 12 goals, which rated 3rd in the little league for overall factors (26). Houston AcesIn the 2013 WPSL season, Acevedo earned 9 caps for the Houston Aces, scoring 5 goals with 4 assists. She was called towards the All-WPSL Group. The Houston Aces had been the runners-up that calendar year, shedding in the WPSL Tournament. Portland Thorns FCOn January 3, 2014, Acevedo was assigned to the NWSL aspect Portland Thorns FC through the NWSL Allocation procedure. She was the just change towards the Thorns' allocated players once they gained the inaugural NWSL Tournament.She made her debut Apr 12, 2014 against the Houston Dash in the first video game from the 2014 NWSL Season. Early in the entire year, she was speculated to end up being the likeliest alternative to the then-injured Alex Morgan as Portland's beginning striker, but as the entire year progressed she just made performances in the initial two video games of the entire year. Mexico didn't allocate her towards the NWSL for the 2015 period.
Mexico U-20 Women's Country wide TeamAcevedo earned two hats for the group in the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women's Globe Glass. Mexico Senior Women's Country wide TeamAcevedo earned her first international cover for the senior group on November 24, 2013, when she played an agreeable against Canada in Vancouver, BC. She also required component in the July 11–20, 2014 teaching camp for Mexico Country wide Team in planning for Mexico's qualifying marketing campaign for the 2015 FIFA Women's Globe Cup.
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