The Craig File
Full Name: Jessica Marie Craig
Place of Birth: Cincinnati, Ohio
Parents: Michael and Jeanne
Siblings: Kelly and Brent
Club Team/Coach: Carmel United Fire/Mark Castro
High School Mascot: Miller
Q & A
Where did your nickname came from? That is a story that you can ask my brother! ha-ha
Most interesting thing I did or am doing this summer…This summer I traveled to Germany for three weeks and Paris for three days. I learned to play and competed in an Olympic handball tournament.
Beckham or Ronaldo? Ronaldo is a beast!
What was your first paying job? Chik-fil-A where I still work until this day and yes I have been in the cow suit! It is a blast really, you can act like a total goofball and no one knows it is you.
The first thing I owned that said `Kentucky’ on it was…My mom’s sorority paddle and a UK t-shirt.
The book on my nightstand is…Everlost.
Something few people know about me is…that I have had brain surgery, most people do not believe me but I have the scars and dents to prove it.
Favorite TV show when I was in Junior High…all of the Law and Orders, Bones, House, and reality shows like the Bachelor or Bachelorette.
My favorite color in the crayon box is…either aquamarine or tickle me pink (because the name is quite ridiculous).
I chose Kentucky because…of the crazy fan atmosphere I LOVE IT! I also loved the girls on the team, they were really welcoming! And I liked the idea of the CATS program.
Favorite subject in school is…most definitely sports medicine!
If I was seven feet tall I would…be ducking a lot!
When I grow up, I want to…be a member of the FBI.
When I was a child, I always wanted to be a… forensic scientist.
If you were stranded on an island what three things would you want most? A soccer ball, sweet tea, and sunscreen (I would look like a tomato in a heartbeat!)
If I were a race horse, my name would be…Ginga because I have to represent all of the red heads in the world.
Before a game, I have to…have sweet tea, it is definitely a must! And put mascara on.
Pre-College: Played club ball for the Carmel United Fire and coach Mark Castro … Helped guide the Fire to four state championships and three top five finishes in Midwest Regional League play … A two-time high school All-American, most recently being named a 2008 ESPN Second Team All-American … Helped lead her high school team to a 68-7-2 record during her four years … Set a natinoal high school season record for consecutive games played without allowing a goal … 2008 All-State First Team … 2008 Indianapolis Star Player of the Year … 2008 Indianapolis North Team Player of the Year … 2008 Noblesville Daily Times … Mother Jeanne (Henderson) Craig was a swimmer at UK and Ball State