|High School:||Oak Ridge|
|Parents:||Mike & Carmella Jochmann|
Jochmann made an immediate impact on the Eagles' squad during her first season on the team, earning all-University Athletic Association (UAA) Second Team recognition. She was one of 12 players to appear in a school-record 24 games during the year, making 23 starts and logging 1,729 minutes during the year, tied for the sixth-most in the program's history. The holding midfielder was a key part of the Eagles' .461 goals-against average, the 13th-best mark in Division III, and 0.583 shutout percentage, the 30th-best mark in the country. Jochmann and the Eagles defense also held opponents to 7.1 shots and 3.6 shots on goal per game. She also assisted on three goals during the year, with one coming during conference play in Emory's 2-0 win against the University of Rochester. She picked up assists in back-to-back games against Birmingham-Southern (Sep. 21) and Berry (Sep. 23). Jochmann finished the year with 25 shots, nine of which were on goal.
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|2012||All-University Athletic Association||Second Team|
Prior to Emory:
Played for NCAA Division I Middle Tennessee State University in 2011, appearing in all 20 of the team's matches and making nine starts after recovering from an injury and redshirting her freshman year at the school… Scored one goal during the season, the game winner against Tennessee Tech… Before college, competed for Oak Ridge High School, and was named to the NSCAA All-South Region All-Star Team, in addition to earning All-South Region and Scholar All-America honors her senior year… Scored 16 goals and assisted on 14 others for 46 points her senior year... Was coached by OJ Sheppard in high school... Played club soccer for FC Alliance, where she was coached by Jon Schneider and helped her team to six state championships.
Born July 25, 1992.
Why she chose Emory:
"I chose Emory because it was a good distance from home, and has a great balance of academics and athletics."