Nittany Lions fall in Inaugural Home Opener to Syracuse, 4-0 on Oct. 13, 2012.
NITTANY LION CAREER: 2012-13: Appearing in 34 games, mostly at center...Ranked third on the team in assists (15) and points (18), while posting seven goals...Took the second most faceoffs on the team (234), winning 150)...Tallied four multi-assist games, including one in the inaugural opener, a 5-3 at Vermont (10/6)...Followed that homecoming up by assisting on PSU's lone goal the next day vs. UVM (10/7)...Scored first Nittany Lion goal at Sacred Heart (10/20) in a 6-1 win...Notched a season-high three points against Sacred Heart (11/3) in an 8-2 victory...Put Penn State ahead of Mercyhurst (12/1) with a first period goal...Tallied a goal at St. Lawrence (12/8)...Scored PSU's lone goal at Union (1/12)...Helped on a goal in a 3-3 tie with Lindenwood (2/9), while posting a plus-one rating.
BEFORE PENN STATE 2012: Transferred to Penn State and played on the club team for the remainder of the 2012 campaign.
At Connecticut College 2011: Played in seven games with two goals and four assists for six points...Appeared in four conference games tallying two assists...Posted a career-best three-point night against Salve Regina (12/11), scoring twice and notching an assist.
Played for four season at The Taft School in Connecticut from 2007-11, serving as an assistant captain in 2010-11...Earned three Founders League All-Star nods (2008-11)...Played club hockey for the Mid-Fairfield Connecticut Stars from 2007-11...Guided the Stars to the Tier 1 National Semifinals in 2009.
Jessica Ann Desorcie was born December 27, 1991 in Burlington, Vt. to Caroline and George Desorcie...Has two siblings named Felicia, who played hockey at Norwich University, and Piper...Has an aunt, Maureen, who graduated from Penn State in 1981 with her bachelor's degree and in 1985 with her MBA...Uncle, James, earned his Ph.D. from Penn State in 1986...Majoring in kinesiology with the intent to pursue a job in physical therapy.
QUOTING DESORCIE ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because I fell in love with the school spirit and community support."