Jessica Fassnidge

Sports Consultant

Flagler College, Florida

Jessica Fassnidge started working as a Sports Consultant for CSUSA in July 2018 and is primarily working with our UK women’s soccer players out of our Evesham-office.

Jessica Fassnidge started her collegiate career at Eastern Florida State Community College where she studied and played soccer for 2 years. During her time at Eastern Florida State she started in all games and competitions and captained the team in her Sophomore season.  She was part of the 2012 team that were Runner’s up in the National Junior College final and earned NJCAA all-tournament honours in both seasons.

Jessica transferred to Flagler college where she finished her final 2 years of college soccer. During her time at Flagler she started in all matches for both seasons and led the team in minutes during her Junior year. She received MVP and Peach Belt Conference Defender of the week. In her Junior season she also joined and competed in the Indoor Track and Field Team for Flagler.

In 2016, Jessica graduated from Flagler College with a Business Administration degree with a minor in marketing. During her time at Flagler she made the PBC Presidential Honour Roll Presidential Scholar and PBC Presidential Honour Roll Gold Scholar. After graduating she stayed in St Augustine Florida to become a Volunteer Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach for a season.

Jessica grew up in Worcester where she previously played for a local Worcester Team before going to the States.

“Spending 5 unbelievable years in America is the highlight of my life. Even now, I look back and think just how amazing it was to get an opportunity to play with and against some of the best players and teams, as well as getting an education. I embraced every moment and left with friends that became family. For me, my favourite aspect of going to America is the professionalism of the soccer and the accountability to which you are held. With the experience I have had, I aim to help future athletes become inspired and show them the opportunities that are available to them. There is nothing better than seeing someone achieve their dreams.”


St Augustine, Florida


Lucy Bronze (UNC) & Jordan Spieth (University of Texas)


Playing for my first school Eastern Florida State, we had never previously made it to the NJCAA National Tournament. The first year we hosted the tournament we beat our rivals in the group stages and had to play the current champions at the time in the semi-finals. We were by large the underdogs as Tyler CC were expected to win the game easily. The score was 2-2 and in the last 2 seconds of the game we scored. As my teammate took a shot it went over the keepers head and landed in the net at the exact same time the buzzer went off. We went through to the finals and the goal also made ESPN. All of the fans ran on the pitch, along with coaching staff and entire squad – it was unbelievable.


“Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn’t work hard” – Tim Notke

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