Jahn is tearing up the Pac-12

By From page B2 | November 15, 2012

Davis’ Adam Jahn, who played soccer for Davis Legacy and was mentored by local coaches Ashley Yudin, Jammal Anibaba and Kader Elmojahid before prepping at Jesuit, put that experience to good use in a four-year career at Stanford.

As a senior in 2012, Jahn earned his fourth straight all-conference nod and made his first appearance on the Pac-12’s first team. He ended the season with hat trick in Friday’s 6-1 victory over Cal.

This fall, the 6-foot-3, 185-pound forward led the league in goals (13), points (30) and shots (50).┬áJahn also paces the Pac-12’s active players in all three career categories with 19 goals, 48 points and 167 shots.

But the Cardinal standout uses his head to do more than just score goals. Jahn was named to the conference’s all-academic team with a 3.36 GPA.

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