Noble’s Jacey Hoy – Academic Athlete of the Month Presented by Republic Bank & Trust


By Corey Heim

Jacey Hoy, a senior at Noble High School, has flourished as a student athlete within her time at the school.

She plays as an outside defender for the girl’s soccer team and is a member of the cheer team as well. She began playing soccer 12 years ago and started cheer six years ago. Her parents put her into soccer due to her love of running and she joined cheer to challenge herself and be with her friends.

Her biggest supporters and influencers are her teammates and her sister. She credits them for making her the gifted player she is by always encouraging her and helping meet her goals.

“My sister influences me both on and off the field as she played soccer with me and taught me to be a good player on the field and an even better person off the field,” Hoy said. “My teammates motivate me, they’re such amazing people and players and I want them to have the best season possible.”

Not only has Hoy made her mark as an athlete, she has also excelled in her academics. She carries a 4.167 GPA, scored a 31 on her ACT, is ranked third in her class and is a member of the National Honor Society. She was crowned Freshman and Sophomore Girl of the Year during her time at Noble; and she has also taken numerous AP classes in order to gain college credit while being in high school.

When asked about how she is able to juggle both athletics and her academics she said she credits her self-discipline and hard-working nature to her parents.

“My parents are both nurses and very successful and I know that only comes from hard work,” Hoy said.

After graduating. Hoy plans on attending Pepperdine University in California, majoring in biology on a pre-med track to become a physician.