Golden Eagles hand KU first loss of the season
Schunk earns first shutout of the spring
MU tops Loyola 5-2, drops to Illinois State 4-2
MU to host Toledo in the first round Saturday
2014: Notched a goal and a total of two shots in a 3-2 loss to Nebraska (8/31) ... Scored her second goal of the season. converting on a free kick against New Mexico (9/5) ... Notched an assist against Milwaukee (9/11) ... Converted a free kick, to notch the game-winning tally against the No.16 Kansas Jayhawks (9/19) ... Named BIG EAST Conference Defensive Player of the Week for her efforts in MU's victories over No.16 Kansas and LSU (9/19 & 9/21) ... Scored her fourth goal of the season against Creighton (9/25) ... Named to BIG EAST Conference Weekly Honor Roll (9/29) ...
2013: Made her collegiate debut in victory over Portland State (8/25)... Collected her first collegiate point when she assisted Ashley Stemmler in the 73' in a win against Oakland (9/1)... Assisted on Liz Bartels' goal in a win over Milwaukee (9/23)... Added a shot on goal in a 2-1 victory over Creighton (9/26)... Tabbed three shots on a goal in a 1-0 victory over Villanova (9/29)... Recorded her thrid assist of the season in a 4-0 vicotory against No. 6 Georgetown (10/13)... Notched a shot on goal in a 2-1 victory over Butler (11/2)...
2012: Did not see action due to rehabbing from injury.
2011: Did not see action due to rehabbing from injury.
Prior to Marquette: Jermier was a four-year varsity soccer letter winner at McFarland High School, where she also participated in cross country and basketball. She led her team in assists as a sophomore and was the leading goal scorer during her junior campaign. As a member of FC Milwaukee, Jermier helped the team to a U.S. Youth Soccer National Championship in 2011 and to four State Cup champions in 2008-11. FC Milwaukee won the Region II Championship in 2011 and was a regional semifinalist in 2008.
Personal: Daughter of Jayne and Craig Jermier and is the youngest of three kids. Jermier intends to major in chemistry or biology.