|High School:||Mead Senior|
2011: Started 17 contests…scored three points with one goal and an assist…scored team’s only goal against Georgia (Sept. 16)…had an assist in 2-1 victory over College of Charleston (Oct. 9)…season-high five shots in match against Chattanooga (Sept. 24)…was an Academic All-Southern Conference selection
2010: Started 17 of the 19 contests in which she played after coming off the bench in UNCG’s first two matches … missed the entire Southern Conference Championship with injury but returned for the NCAA tournament contest against South Carolina (11/12) … scored 11 points on three goals and five assists, all career highs … had a goal and an assist in UNCG’s win over Chattanooga on Sept. 24 … scored in back-to-back games, tallying against College of Charleston (10/10) and Wofford (10/15) … had assists against East Carolina (8/20), Utah (8/29), Charlotte (9/10) and Samford (9/26) … earned spots on the Dean’s List both semesters … was an Academic All-Southern Conference selection.
2009: Saw action in 19 games with 10 starts … started five straight matches early in the season, including games against No. 1 North Carolina (8/30) and No. 4 Stanford (9/4) … had eight points on two goals and four assists … notched her first career multi-goal game with a pair of scores against Appalachian State on Oct. 11, including the game-winner … earned assists in back-to-back games against Davidson (10/2) and Georgia Southern (10/4) … also picked up assists against High Point (9/17) and The Citadel (10/25) … member of the Dean’s List in the spring semester.
2008: Appeared in all 23 games, earning a starting role in the second half of the season ... started 11 contests ... notched five points on the season with two goals and an assist ... picked up her first career point with an assist against George Mason on Aug. 29 ... scored in a 5-1 win over Georgia Southern on Oct. 24 ... added a goal in a 6-0 win over Appalachian State in the first round of the Southern Conference tournament (10/2) ... put 13 of her 18 shots on the season on goal (.722) ... got the starting nod for the first time against The Citadel on Oct. 3 ... after coming off the bench against College of Charleston two days later, started the remaining 10 games.
High school: Played six years for the Spokane Shadow … helped lead the Shadow to three Washington state championships in five appearances and to a National Y-League final … was an all-conference performer at Mead Senior High School … her team received the NCAA 4A Athletic Academic Achievement Award for having the highest team GPA.
Personal: Jaimey Lynn Etten … born Oct. 6, 1989, in Spokane, Wash. … daughter of Don and Susan Etten … has a younger brother, Jordan, who is also a soccer player … is majoring in kinesiology.