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Jakob Nerwinski
Jakob  Nerwinski


Lawrenceville, N.J.

High School:
Notre Dame

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175




Four UConn Players Take Home Major Conference Awards On Thursday

The Connecticut coaching staff was also recognized by the American Athletic Conference


No. 21 UConn Falls to Wake Forest, 2-1, In Overtime

Goalkeeper Jacob Wagmeister recorded a career-high six saves in the setback


UConn Places 180 Student-Athletes On American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team

UConn had student-athletes honored in each varsity sport The American sponsors


UConn Places 180 Student-Athletes On American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team

UConn had student-athletes honored in each varsity sport The American sponsors


Looking Back At The 2013 Season

The Huskies finished the season ranked No. 9 by the NSCAA


UConn vs SMU

UConn vs SMU (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs Cornell

UConn vs Cornell (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs IONA

UConn vs Iona (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs UMass

UConn vs UMass (photo by Stephen Slade)


UConn vs BU NCAA

UConn vs BU NCAA 1st Round (photo by Stephen Slade)

AS A SENIOR (2016): Named to the American Athletic Conference First Team for second consecutive season...Started in all 19 games for the Huskies as a co-captain...Contributed two goals and four assists...Tied fourth in The American in assists...Played a key role defensively, helping UConn record six shutouts and a conference-leading 0.77 goals against average...Registered three points against Loyola-Maryland on Sept. 17 (1 goal, 1 assist)...Scored the game-winning goal at URI on Sept. 21...Dished out two assists against Cincinnati on Oct. 8 in a 5-0 Huskies win...Won American Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 26.

AS A JUNIOR (2015):
Started in all 22 games as a co-captain… Earned a spot on the American Athletic Conference First Team… Scored the game-winner against UCF on Oct. 19… Ranked second on the team and ninth in the league with five assists, including a helper in the Huskies’ NCAA Tournament win over Boston University on Nov. 19… Played a key role in helping the UConn defense record seven shutouts and a 0.76 goals against average.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Started all 19 of UConn's game, finishing fifth on the team with seven points on two goals and three assists... Named to the American Athletic Conference All-Second Team... Scored his first career goal against Seattle (Sept. 14), tallying the game-winner in the 30th minute... Also scored a goal in UConn's 2-1 win over No. 24 SMU (Oct. 25)... Played a crucial part of a Connecticut defense that allowed just three goals in conference play and ranked 19th in Division I in shutout percentage... His three assists were tied for the third-most on the team... Finished the season with 15 shots and eight shots on goal.

Played in 21 games for the Huskies, starting 15... Recorded five assists on the season, the second highest-total for a UConn player... Had two assists in Connecticut's 2-1 victory over Quinnipiac (Nov. 21) in the NCAA Tournament First Round... Part of a UConn defense that recorded 12 shutouts... Finished the year with nine shots and one shot on goal.

PRIOR TO UCONN: Played four years at Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, N.J. for head coach Mike Perrone ... Scored 21 goals and added 19 assists as the team captain for Notre Dame during his senior season ... Was named to the All-State, All-Area and All-CVC First Teams while also being selected as Team MVP ... Earned All-County honors in each of his four years ... Holds the single-season goals scored record at Notre Dame and ended his high school career as the program's top points scorer... Played for the NJSA 04 Developmental Academy team under Tab Ramos and Antonio Meza since 2005.

PERSONAL: A history major ... Born Oct. 17, 1994 ... Graduated cum laude and was a member of the Spanish Honors Society.