Played and started 19 games to earn his second letter at UNCG … Named the Southern Conference Player of the Year and First Team All-SoCon … Named First Team All-Region by the NSCAA … SoCon Player of the Month for October … Two-time SoCon Player of the Week … Led the team and the SoCon in scoring with 26 points … Ranked 31st in the country in total points … Led the team and second in the SoCon with eight goals scored … Led the conference and ranked 14 in the nation with 10 assists … Scored first goal of the season against Longwood (Sept. 4) … Posted a career-high three goals against VMI (Oct. 27) while also handing out two assists to finish with a career-high eight points … Scored two goals and handed out an assist against VMI (Oct. 10) … Posted the game-winning goal against Wofford (Oct. 13) and dished out an assist … Recorded a goal against Mercer (Sept. 29) … Led the team with 56 shots on the year, including a season-high seven shots against South Carolina (Sept. 8) and VMI (Oct. 27) … Missed the game in the SoCon Tournament due to an accumulation of yellow cards.
Played in all 20 games to earn his first letter at UNCG … Made 15 starts at the forward position … Tied for the team lead with eight points as he scored three goals and handed out two assists … Named to the Southern Conference All-Tournament Team after scoring two goals against ETSU (Nov. 8) in the SoCon Quarterfinals in the 2-1 victory … Named the Disney/NSCAA National Player of the Week after his performance against the Bucs … Two-time BCBSNC Athlete of the Week … Also scored against ETSU (Oct. 28) on the road and was a game-winning tally once again … Dished out two assists against VMI (Oct. 15) … Led the team with 48 shots on the year, including a career-high seven against Mercer (Nov. 13) in the SoCon Tournament Semifinals.
At Louisburg College
Played one season at Louisburg College in 2012 … Started 15 games and scored 37 total points … Led the team in scoring with 14 goals and nine assists … Ranked 23rd nationally in NJCAA in points, 27th in assists and 33rd overall in goals scored … Scored multiple goals on three different occasions, including a hat trick and eight total points against USC Lancaster … Scored his 14 goals on a team-high 47 shots … Named to the All-Tournament Team.
Played at Fort Myers High School his senior season ... Named the league Player of the Year and to the All-Star team … Started all 20 games and scored 20 goals with nine assists … Posted 50 shots on the year.
Full name is Jacques Francois … Born December 11, 1992 in Port Au Prince, Haiti … Son of Rosenie Fils-Aime … Has three siblings – Mare Francois, Alan Francois and Katiana Francois … Majoring in sociology.
|SINGLE-GAME HIGHS [all-time ranking]:
Points: 8 [1st], VMI -- Oct 27, 2015
Goals: 3 [t-1st], VMI -- Oct 27, 2015
Assists: 2 [t-4th], VMI -- Oct 15, 2014 ; VMI -- Oct 27, 2015
Shots: 7 [t-3rd], at South Carolina -- 9/8/2015 ; Mercer -- Nov 13, 2014 ; VMI -- Oct 27, 2015