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Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College will induct Jennifer Cudjoe into the Athletic Hall of Fame on September 23 at 11am in the Calcagno Family Ballroom.

Cudjoe grew up in Ghana, Africa. She attended NEO from 2013-2015 and was a member of the women’s soccer team. She won the 2014 National Junior College Athletic Association Region ll Soccer Player of the Year and was named to the NJCAA All-Region team in 2013 and 2014.

Cudjoe transferred to Northeastern State University and finished her college career at the University of Maine at Fort Kent with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She was a member of the UMFK team that won the United States Collegiate Athletic Association championship in 2016. She was also named to the All-American team.

Cudjoe played semi-professional soccer for the California Storm and Asheville City Soccer Club. In 2020, she signed her first professional contract with Gotham Futbol Club in New York. She played three years in the National Women’s Soccer League before signing with Futbol Club Nordsjaelland in Denmark in 2023. She also plays for the Ghana Women’s National Team.

Cudjoe won the Sports Writers Association of Ghana Female Athlete of the Year in 2015, was named Female Sports Personality of the Year in 2022, and was a three-time member of the League Two All-Star team while playing for Asheville. She is an ambassador for Rush Changes Lives and is a member of the Black Women Collective in the NWSL.

The Jennifer Cudjoe Community Project Foundation, founded by Cudjoe, helps young athletes chase their dreams through athletics and education. 

For more information, please contact interim director of alumni and development Eric Iverson at eiverson@neo.edu.

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