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Forward Jasmyne Spencer

Jasmyne might be just over five foot tall, but when it came to scoring important goals for the past two seasons for the Long Island Fury, nobody came up bigger than her. The Bay Shore resident led the Fury with eight goals and three assists in 2007 and seven goals with two assists in 2008. She was named to the All-East Conference Team in 2008 plus was honored twice as Player of the Week.

In the 3-2 playoff victory over the Connecticut Reds on July 18, 2007, Spencer scored two goals. She was also tripped inside the penalty area by the Reds goalkeeper leading to the Fury's other goal, by Katelynn Donovan, on a penalty kick. After the match, Spencer signed autographs for girls while answering questions from a reporter.

"Two years ago, I think she played a half hour in one game at New England and she was dreadful," Fury head coach Paul Riley commented. "I pulled her off and she said, 'Oh my God, I don't know what I'm doing out there.' " Nobody says that anymore as she is older and more experienced at the age of 17. Her blazing speed gave fits to WPSL defenders all of last season.

"Jaz's vast technical improvement over the last two years combined with her undoubted speed has resulted in a first-class forward. She understands her role, brings teammates into the game and is a great target for midfielders," added Coach Riley. "She is a menace around the box and we expect major goal production from her this year."

Spencer also plays for Bay Shore High School as well as the Albertson Fury '90 of the Long Island Junior Soccer League. Fury '90 is the number
one-ranked team in New York State.





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