Jepson led the way offensively for the Phoenix with five game-winning goals and a total of 11 in 2017, seven of which he scored during the league slate. The senior also helped direct the Green Bay offense with five assists on the season. Jepson led the entire Horizon League in points with 19 points in the nine-game HL season. He was named the Horizon League's Offensive Player of the Year and earned a spot on the United Soccer Coaches All-Great Lakes Region First Team for his contributions in the 2017 campaign. Jepson led the Horizon League and ranked ninth nationally with 2.43 points per game.
Missed 2016 season due to injury.
Appeared in all 18 games, started in 17...Scored four goals and had four assists for a total of 12 points...had a team-high 52 shots, paired with another team-high 18 shots on goal...scored a perfect 2-2 on penalty kicks.
Appeared in 17 games, starting in 16...Led team in goals (9), points (22) and shots on goal (22)...Named Horizon League Player of the Week on 9/15 after scoring six goals in two games between 9/8-14...Set Horizon League records for a single game in goals (five) and points (11) in Green Bay's 8-0 win over Viterbo (9/12)...Led Horizon League in goals scored...Scored game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Western Illinois (9/7)...Scored game-tying goal in 2-2 draw with Milwaukee (10/1) to help Green Bay retain Chancellor's Cup
Named to Horizon League All-Newcomer Team...Appeared in 16 matches with 13 starts...Netted first career collegiate goal in first career start at DePaul, helping the Phoenix to a 3-2 win over DePaul (8/30). Goal was the game-winner...Also had assists at Wright State (10/26) and at UIC (11/9)...Had a season-high four shots at Wright State
Four year starter at Preble...Scored 67 goals and added 56 assists...Earned all-conference honors three times...Named the Green Bay Press-Gazette Player of the Year twice...Led Preble to three Fox River Classic Conference Championships...Named the conference player of the year as a junior and senior...Former club team, FC Magic Red, finished in the top three in the Midwest Regional League three years in addition to finishing as runner-ups at the U.S. Club Soccer Regional Championships in both 2010 and 2011...Played with FC Milwaukee’s U17/18 U.S. Soccer Development Academy squad to finish out club career