2012: Sesock tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 12 points on three goals and six assists during her sophomore campaign. She was third on the team in assists, and she finished her career with seven goals and 10 assists.
2011: Sesock scored four goals and contributed four assists as a freshman, while also adding two saves in a reserve role at goalkeeper. Her individual game high in goals was three against Lorain County Community College on Sept. 7. She had two games of two assists each, as well, against Kellogg Community College and Mercyhurst North East.
Prior to Owens: Sesock was a Second Team All-Flint Metro League selection, the team MVP and the team's Defensive MVP her senior year as a member of the soccer team at Holly, where she also played tennis and volleyball. As a member of the tennis team, she advanced to the state quarterfinals as the No. 3 singles player her junior year. As a team, Holly finished third in the state that year, which she lists as her greatest personal sports thrill. As a member of the volleyball team, she won the team's Sportsman Award as a junior. She played soccer for coach Mackenzie Kurl. Academically, she was awarded the Jim Mansfield Scholarship as a senior, had perfect attendance, and was an Honor Roll student.
Personal: Jaime is the daughter of Steven and Kim Sesock. Her brother, Jay, is a former member of the Express men's soccer program. She is a fire science technology major at Owens.