Name: Jillian Wolgemuth
Position: Defender
Caps: 3
Sport: Field Hockey
DOB: 4/28/1998
Hometown: Mount Joy, Pa.
High School: Manheim Central
College: Duke (2020)
Team/Club: Nook Hockey
World Championship Experience
  • 9th - 2020-21 FIH Pro League (worldwide)
Other Career Highlights
  • 2021: Named to the U.S. Women's National Team (June)
  • 2021: Invited to play in the FIH Hockey Pro League, Recorded first cap May 15 against Belgium
  • 2020: Played for Beeston Hockey Club (England), England Hockey Women's Club Champions
  • 2020: Named to the U.S. Women's National Development Team
  • 2019: At Duke, named to the NFHCA All-America Third Team, All-ACC First Team, NFHCA All-South Region First Team, ACC Defensive Player of the Week, All-ACC Academic Team, NFHCA National Academy Squad, ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2019: Named to the U.S. U-21 Women's National Team, 3 National Invitational (Monchengladbach, Germany)
  • 2018: At Duke, named to the NFHCA All-South Region Second Team, All-ACC Second Team, ACC Defensive Player of the Week, All-ACC Academic Team, NFHCA National Academy Squad, ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2017: At Duke, named to the NFHCA National Academy Squad, ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2017: Named to the U.S. U-19 Women's National Team, Germany Tour
  • 2016: At Duke, named to the NFHCA National Academy Squad, ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2016: Named to the U.S. U-19 Women's National Team
  • 2015: Named to the U.S. U-17 Women's National Team, Belgium Tour
Personal: Daughter of Randy and Betsy Wolgemuth...Has three siblings, Andrew, Tierney and Colin...Game Day Mantra: KBRW (kick butt rule the world) ...Favorite Sports Quote: “Freed from the thoughts of winning, I instantly play better. I stop thinking, start feeling. My shots become a half-second quicker, my decisions become the product of instinct rather than logic.” - Andre Agassi...Best Words of Advice: If you enjoy it, pursue it.
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Wolgemuth joined her school's team in sixth grade because her mom thought she might enjoy field hockey. As usual, she was right. She was good at it, continued to learn and eventually fell in love with the sport.