Jermier, Proffitt, A. Handwork and Kutey all to play for club squads in national semis on Saturday
2015 BIG EAST All-Freshman Team
BIG EAST All-Academic (2015-16, 2016-17)
2017 (Jr.): Played in 18 matches, starting 11, while posting two goals and one assist ... Started in the home opener against No. 2 Stanford (8/18) ... Notched a shot on goal in the win over Kentucky (8/20)... Tallied a shot on goal in the shutout of Drake (8/25)...Saw 69 minutes against Boston University (9/8)...Scored a goal at Milwaukee, the first goal of the season the Panthers have let up (9/17)...Recorded an assist to Abby Hess in the 3-0 victory over Creighton (10/22) ... Added an assist in the BIG EAST Quarterfinals win over Xavier (10/29). 2016 (So.): Played in three games as a sophomore for a total of 15 minutes.
2015 (Fr.): 2015 BIG EAST All-Freshman Team selection ... Appeared in 19 of MU's 20 matches and made five starts ... Posted one goal and one assist as a true freshman with 16 total shots ... Made collegiate debut against Utah (8/21)... First career start in 2-1 victory at Michigan (8/23)... Scored first career goal with game winner in 2-1 win vs. Northern Arizona (9/11)... Notched an assist in Marquette's 5-1 triumph vs. Creighton (9/27) ... Played in all nine BIG EAST contests and started the regular season finale at DePaul (10/30).
Prior to Marquette: Jamie was a four-year letter winner at St. Thomas Aquinas (Overland Park, Kansas), where she set the school record for goals in a career (88) and led the Saints to four state championships and as many national top-25 team finishes ... 2015 TopDrawerSoccer.com Spring Second Team All-America … Scored the overtime winner against Blue Valley Southwest in the 2014 state title match as a junior ... Three-time NSCAA All-American … Ranked as the No. 10 player in the Heartland Region by TopDrawerSoccer in the class of 2015 ... Garnered NSCAA Kansas State Player of the Year honors as a junior as well as being named the KC Metro Soccer Player of the Year as a senior ... Three-time NSCAA All-Region … Owns impressive high school state tournament resume: played the maximum 20 matches in four years, scored in 19 of those contests and had 13 game-winners, including her final two state title games ... Four-time first-team all-state selection ... Finished with 27 goals and 17 assists as a senior in 2015 ... Posted 16 goals and 10 assists in 2012 and 24 goals and 13 in assists in 2013 while earning team offensive MVP honors … Notched 21 goals and 14 assists as a junior … Helped KC Metro Dynamos U18 squad to the semifinals of the 2015 US Youth Soccer National Championships and was selected on the 'Best 11' squad for the championship ... Was named TopDrawerSoccer’s national high school player of the week on April 1, 2015 ... Selected, played and traveled with the Region 2 Olympic Development Team ... Was also a 2015 Kevin Gray award finalist.
Personal: Born Jan. 15, 1997 … Is the daughter of Greg and Janet Kutey … From same hometown as former Marquette women’s soccer goalkeeper Laura Boyer (2005-07) ... Plans to major in corporate communications.
MEET THE 'FAMILY'- August 2015
What do you most look forward to during your time at Marquette? Meeting new people and growing in my faith and soccer ability!
Is there anything that others are surprised to learn about you? I have a twin brother who goes to Arkansas!
An interesting fact about your hometown? Home of the 2013 National Championships (Overland Park, Kansas)
What type of music do you listen to? Favorite artist(s)? Anything but alternative.
Who is your biggest inspiration (athletic or otherwise)? It was Mia Hamm when I was little. Now it's my family.
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat? Instagram.
Favorite meal/food? Kansas City BBQ.
Favorite vacation destination? Anywhere I'm not playing soccer and where I can relax!
Favorite professional sports team? Sporting Kansas City, or the KC Royals.
Favorite sport other than soccer? I love watching football and college basketball!
What club or high school accomplishment(s) are you most proud of? Setting the scoring record, assist record, and points record at my high school (88 goals, 53 assists and 235 points). Also, being an NSCAA All-America three years in a row.