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      Jamie Simmons
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
Clear Brook

Last College:
UNC Greensboro

Height:
5-8

Position:
GK

CAREER HIGHS
  • Assists: 1 vs. Chattanooga, 10/27/13 (with UNCG)
  • Saves: 15 at Furman, 10/5/12 (with UNCG)
  • Min: 110, 8x, last vs No. 8 Florida (SEC Tournament), 10/5/14

AS A JUNIOR (2014)
  • Saved five in regulation, was in goal for penalty kicks and helped UT advance over Florida in the SEC Tournament (11/5)
  • Saved five in a shutout win over No. 21 Missouri (10/26)
  • Saved six en route to an overtime shutout at Auburn (10/5)
  • Posted a shutout win over Mississippi State (9/28)
  • Saved four en route to a shutout against an ETSU squad that averaged 4.38 goals per game, the best in the NCAA (9/21)
  • Made one save en route to a shutout vs. Tulsa (9/7)
  • Saved four in the shutout win at Western Kentucky (9/5)
  • Made two saves over 90 minutes of play vs. No. 23 BYU (8/29)
  • Saved three shots on goal in a shutout win as she debuted for the Vols vs. Milwaukee (8/22)

AS A SOPHOMORE (2013 AT UNCG)
  • Started and played in all 20 games in goal for UNCG
  • Finished with 1858:07 minutes in goal, good for seventh-best in UNCG history
  • Set a new career high with a 0.77 goals against average, which is four-best in UNCG history
  • Tied her career high with 97 total saves and set a new career-best in shutouts with nines
  • Played in six overtime games, allowing only three goals in those contests
  • Allowed only three goals in her final seven games of the season with four shutouts
  • Named to the Academic All-Southern Conference team
  • Had six or more saves in 10 games, including a season-high eight against Georgia (Sept. 8)
  • earned an assist against Chattanooga (Oct. 27) off a punt that led to a goal
  • Picked up two-straight shutouts at Western Carolina (Sept. 29) and at Francis Marion (Oct. 4)
  • Had back-to-back shutouts at East Carolina (Aug. 30) and UNCW (Sept. 2)
  • Made six saves and earned a shutout in double overtime against Hawai'i (Aug. 23)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012 AT UNCG)
  • Named second team All-SoCon and was selected to the SoCon all-freshman team
  • Finished the season with a 1.05 goals against average, which is 11th best in UNCG history
  • Had 97 total saves, which was in fourth all-time in UNCG history and eight shutouts is tied for seventh best
  • In league play had a 0.52 goals against average, only allowed six goals against conference foes with six shutouts
  • One of nine Spartans to start in all 20 games
  • Posted six-straight shutouts against Wofford (Oct. 7), Davidson (Oct. 12), Georgia Southern (Oct. 14), Samford (Oct. 19), Chattanooga (Oct. 21) and at Elon to clinch the SoCon regular season title
  • Picked up her second SoCon Player of the Week award (Oct. 9) after a 15-save effort against Furman (Oct. 5) and a shutout against Wofford (Oct. 7)
  • Had five saves and a shutout against High Point (Sept. 9)
  • Selected to the College Soccer 360 Primetime Performers List (Aug. 28)
  • Earned first shutout against then-No. 7 Wake Forest (Aug. 24) and had five saves
  • Named SoCon Player of the Week (Aug. 21)
  • In her first collegiate game, made 14 saves against Georgia (Aug. 17) in double overtime

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
  • Four-year varsity letterwinner at Clear Brook High School, serving as team captain her senior season
  • TASCO all-region goalkeeper selection in 2009
  • First team all-district selection in 2009-11
  • Was team Defensive Player of the Year in 2009 and team MVP 2010-11
  • Goalkeeper of the Year in 2010
  • Helped the team advance to the third round of the playoffs in 2009 and the regional final four in 2010
  • Played club soccer for Challenge SC, serving as team captain of Challenge South team in 2008
  • ODP state team and regional camp participant in 2009
  • Presidents Cup champions in 2006
  • STYSA state champions in 2011 and ECNL national champions

PERSONAL
  • Parents are Cecil and Terri Simmons
  • Has one sibling, Mitchell
  • Jamie Michelle Simmons was born on Feb. 3, 1994, in Houston, Texas
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