Viking in the Spotlight: Jamie Ervin


Sophomore Forward Jamie Ervin

Hometown: Ewing, NJ
High School: Ewing High School

West Windsor, N.J. – Though the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) women’s soccer team has cooled off from its strong 4-0 start, sophomore forward Jamie Ervin is helping the team maintain its vigor.

This season, Ervin is leading the Lady Vikings' offense by a healthy margin. She’s notched 14 goals through the first seven games this year, eclipsing her nine scored through the same amount of games in 2018 (freshman Sthephany Da Silva Viana is the second-highest scorer, with six goals thus far).

“Jamie is a very special student athlete,” Head Coach Elyse Diamond said. “She has one of the best attitudes of any athlete I have coached.”

After helping the Lady Vikings to a 12-0 victory over the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) at Catonsville to end the month of August, Ervin led the team in scoring in two of their next three games.

“I have been coaching for a long time, and the combination of characteristics that Jamie demonstrates on a daily basis does not come along often,” Diamond said. “She is a great role model and team leader.”

Ervin and the Lady Vikings will return home to host Sussex County on Wednesday, Sept. 11 at 3:30 p.m.

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Ervin (far right) celebrates a goal in the Lady Vikings' Aug. 27 win over Camden.