2011: Earned a spot on the 2011 All-CAA second team ... Named to the 2011 CoSIDA Academic All-District first team for maintaining a 3.75 grade point average while pursuing a degree in managerial science ... Started all 20 games of the Panthers' season ... Named CAA Player of the Week for netting three goals in two matches, helping lead GSU to its first undefeated weekend in conference ... Finished the season tied as the team's leading scorer with nine goals and three assists for a total of 21 points ... Notched the game winners in victories against UNC Asheville, Old Dominion, Towson and UNC Wilmington ... In the conference rankings, completed the regular season tied for second place in game-winning goals, sixth place in goals and 10th in points ... Launched 36 total shots on the season, with 26 on goal ... Was ranked 16th in TopDrawerSoccer.com's Top 20 Players to watch in the CAA ... Named to the Dean's List fall semester.
2010: Received the CAA Rookie of the Year award, becoming the first member of the Georgia State women's soccer team to earn a CAA season-ending award ... Named to the All-Rookie team and All-CAA third team ... Ended the season as No. 55 on Top Drawer Soccer's "Freshman National Top 100 Women" ... At the end of regular season, led all CAA freshmen in goals (8), assists (8) and points (24) ... Became the only freshmen in the CAA to be Rookie of the Week on three separate occasions. The first for notching the game-winning goal in her debut college performance in the 3-2 overtime win at Jacksonville State. The second for registering two goals and one assist for five points in the 4-2 victory at Old Dominion. The last for providing the assist to Sarah Bennett's game-winning goal in the 1-0 victory over UNC Wilmington to clinch the Panthers' first CAA Tournament bid ... Led the team in total points with 24 ... Led the team in assists with eight ... Notched eight goals on the season, including game-winning goals against Jacksonville State and Old Dominion ... Launched 40 total shots, with 25 on goal ... Played in all games of the Panthers' season, starting all but the opening game against Jacksonville State ... Named to the Dean's List fall semester and President's List spring semester.
Prep: Split her high school career between Chattahoochee high school and new Johns Creek high school ... Top goal scorer at Chattahoochee during sophomore and junior year... Team captain at Johns Creek ... Played one age group ahead with Norcross Soccer Association for two years in the R3PL league ... Norcross finished second in the region in 2007... Participated in the Super Y league for two consecutive summers, named to All-Tournament team ... Played for Roswell Santos, Alpharetta Ambush, Norcross Soccer Association and Georgia Football Club.
Personal: Jewel Onyx Evans was born on December 26, 1991 in Kingston, Jamaica ... She is the daughter of Carl and Onex Evans ... Has two older brothers, Matthew and Mark ... Majorin in managerial science.