Jermier and Proffitt each collect weekly accolades after MU's win over Creighton
Jermier is the lone BIG EAST women’s candidate
Handwork, Jermier, Proffitt and Luba all contributed in a 2-1 win Sunday over SoCal FC
Jermier, Proffitt, A. Handwork and Kutey all to play for club squads in national semis on Saturday
Golden Eagles hand KU first loss of the season
2015 (Sr.): 2015 Senior CLASS Award Candidate ... Notched first goal of the season against Portland (8/28), following a mid-game switch to midfield ... Started at midfield against Boston University (8/30) after starting the first three contests of the year on defense ... Named the Offensive MVP of the Marquette Invitational after helping MU to a 1-0-1 record with a win over Northern Arizona and a draw with South Dakota State ... Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll (9/14) following the MU Invitational ... Posted a career-high five points with a goal and three assists in MU's 5-1 victory over Creighton (9/27) in its BIG EAST opener ... Named the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (9/28) following play vs. CU and also an honorable mention choice on the TopDrawerSoccer Team of the Week.
2015 Summer: Captured a WPSL National Championship with the Chicago Red Stars Reserves along with teammates Ashley Handwork and Morgan Proffitt.
2014 (RS Jr.): All-BIG EAST Second Team selection ... Ranked third on the team in both goals (four) and assists (three) in 2014 ... Her 11 total points were fourth on the team ... Jermier was one of two players to start all 21 of MU's matches, with goalkeeper Amanda Engel being the other ... 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) ... Notched an assist and two shots against Providence (10/24).
2013 (RS So.): Made her collegiate debut in victory over Portland State (8/25)... Collected her first collegiate point when she assisted Ashley Stemmler in the 73 minute 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)... Tallied 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 (RS Fr.): Did not see action while rehabbing from injury.
2011 (RS): Did not see action while 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 children.
MEET THE 'FAMILY'- August 2015