Wolfpack and Spartans meet for first time since 2001 season
Junior defender Dayna Tomayko scores in second straight match
Two of NC State's next three matches to be played in Raleigh
Wolfpack ends first road trip of season at former Atlantic Coast Conference foe
Wolfpack returns to action at Maryland Sunday
Prior to NC State: Likely to be a key member of the U20 German National Team for the FIFA World Cup in Canada from August 5-24 ... The female recipient of the 2013 Fritz Walter Bronze Medal, an annual award given by the German Football Federation to its male and female youth players of the year ... A fixture on the U17 German National Team for multiple years ... Joined Bayern Munich in 2013 ... In 2012, was elevated as a younger player to the U17 German National Team for the UEFA Championship, helping to beat France in the final ... Played six matches for Germany at the 2012 U17 FIFA World Cup, during which the Germans posted three wins, two losses, and one draw en route to finishing in fourth place ... Started and played the full 90 minutes in all six of Germany's matches at the U17 World Cup ... As a 16-year-old, was elevated to the U19 team for a 4-0 win over Sweden in Vaxjo ... Played with the male and female teams at TSG Thannhausen from 2008-13 ... Started and played the full 90 minutes in two matches at the UEFA U17 Championship ... Debuted with the U15 German National Team in 2010 with a 2-0 win over Norway.
Franziska featured onFifa.com.
Coach Santoro's take: "Franziska is a saavy, complete defender who has competed on the world stage. She had a very good World Cup for Germany a few years back and she has continued her development on both the domestic and international levels. She is someone we expect to solidify our starting lineup right away."
Aug. 4, 2014: Franziska Jaser to Compete at U20 World Cup in Canada