Macie Jacquet is one of those players who seems to take things personally. She doesn’t take too kindly to teams trying to beat her Wildcats, and she’ll do whatever it takes to keep that from happening. It didn’t happen too often during her career, as she was a standout on both the field hockey and softball fields for St. Joe.
She scored a team-high 20 goals to go along with 18 assists, also best on the roster, to lead St. Joseph Academy to 17 wins in field hockey. The Cats made it to the CAL semis and the final round of sectionals before losing to Camden Catholic.
In softball, the Wildcats went 22-6 and won the Non-Public B state championship as Jacquet shook off a slow start to bat .398 with 11 RBIs, 28 runs and 18 stolen bases, and she also was one of the best catchers in the league. She helped St. Joseph Academy post a team ERA of just 2.56.