MU is awarded for classroom success
BYU wins the shootout, 6-5
No. 4 seed Golden Eagles face host No. 1 seed BYU at 6 p.m. CT
Kick-off is set for 4 p.m. CT in Provo, Utah
Golden Eagles make their 11th NCAA appearance in program history
A behind-the-scenes look at the women's soccer Senior Day match, including pre-game activities with the team, as Marquette beat USF 4-0 on Nov. 20 to clinch the BIG EAST American Division crown.
A Winning Traditions: Images from a championship season.
2012: Member of Chi Alpha Sigma (National Collegiate Athlete Honor Society) ...Scored first career goal at Northwestern (8/31)...Handed out one assist on Kate Reigle's goal in BIG EAST opener at Pittsburgh (9/17)...
2011: Started in 20 games at right back ... Dished four assists in wins over Saint Louis (8/26), Pittsburgh (9/15), Syracuse (10/16) and against Penn State (11/18) in the second round of the NCAA Championship ... Recorded nine shots, with eight coming on goal.
2010:Saw action in seven games as a reserve.
2009 (At Missouri State): Played in all 18 games, started in 14 for the Bears. Registered eight points on two goals and four assists. Had the game-winning strike in 3-1 win over Arkansas-Little Rock and also registered her first multi-point game adding an assist of the Bears' third goal.
Prep Career: Jaskowiak scored 30 goals and added 13 assists as a team captain for Althoff Catholic her senior season. She received all-state accolades her final two seasons for the Crusaders and all-metro for her senior campaign. Her team was sectional champions her senior season, super-sectional champions and state runner-up her junior year and regional champions her freshman season. Jaskowiak was a four-year all-area choice and received all-conference honors her first two seasons. Her club team, St. Louis Scott Gallagher, was Missouri State Champions her final three seasons. She was a participant in the Adidas ESP camp in 2007.
Personal: Jaskowiak is the daughter of Scott and Dina Jaskowiak. She is an exercise science major.