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#15 Yvonne DesJarlais
Position: Forward
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska
High School: Service HS
Club: Cook Inlet SC
Experience: 3 Letters
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#15 Yvonne DesJarlais
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 06/22/2012

2013 (Senior): Yvonne DesJarlais had 16 starts in her 23 games played, netting four goals, good for third-best on the team. The senior also recorded two assists. Her first goal of the season came against Missouri State, putting the Razorbacks on the board and setting them up for a 3-0 shutout, their third through the first four games on the season. Two of her four goals were game-tying goals during the 2013 season.

2012 (Junior): Yvonne DesJarlais played in 18 games in the midfield, totaling 530 minutes. She scored one goal and recorded one assist. She started four games; the season opener against Austin Peay and three SEC games (at Ole Miss, Kentucky, and at Mississippi State). She scored her lone goal in a 3-2 loss to Vanderbilt, and had an assist on Ashleigh Ellenwood’s goal against South Carolina in the SEC Tournament. She recorded 13 shots on the season, and 8 shots on goal. In the Vanderbilt game, she had a season high five shots on goal as she also played a season high 74 minutes. She also recorded multiple shots with two against both Florida and LSU. Her .615 shots on goal percentage led the team among players with at least four total shots.

2011 (Sophomore): After playing in 17 games with five starts as a freshman, DesJarlais was limited to just two appearances in her second season. A candidate for a redshirt season, she played 10 minutes each against Georgia at home on Sept. 30 and at Vanderbilt on Oct. 9. DesJarlais also earned UA Honor Roll honors.
2010 (Freshman): DesJarlais made a big impact as a true freshman. She played in 17 games with five starts against Miami, Missouri, Missouri State, Florida and LSU. The only games she missed were Florida State and Vanderbilt. She had one goal and two points for the year. Her goal came on her only shot attempt in the win over Mississippi State. She took 10 shots with seven on goal to lead the team with a .700 shots on goal percentage. She tied for sixth on the team with her one goal, but among the returnees, she was third. DesJarlais also helped the Razorbacks record six shutouts, including the 0-0 double-overtime tie at No. 17 Georgia, which was just the second non-loss in 27 all-time meetings with ranked teams. For her efforts in the classroom, she was named to UA’s Razorback Honor Roll List.

ODP: DesJarlais played for the Alaska Olympic Development team for three years.

Club: She played for Cook Inlet SC. She helped CISC win state titles in 2007 and 2008. In 2008, CISC was a Vegas Coaches Classic finalist and in 2009 a Disney Showcase semifinalist. She earned club level all-state honors three times.

Service HS: An ESPNRISE honorable mention All-American, DesJarlais prepped at Service High School. She is Service’s second all-time leading scorer. She had 19 goals and 25 assists in 2009. She ended her career with 68 goals, 77 assists and 213 points. DesJarlais was second-team all-conference as a freshman, and first-team all-state and first-team all-conference as a sophomore and junior. Service was fourth in the state her freshman year, and won state titles the next two seasons. One of her teammates was fellow Razorback Callie Authier.

Personal: Born Jan. 12, she is the daughter of Eugene and May DesJarlais. She is majoring in accounting.


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