2008: Named to the Pac-10 All-Academic Second-Team ... Started and played in all 20 games of the season ... Scored five goals, including one in a 3-2 win against UC Riverside ... Third on the team in total points with 10, second among the Ducks with five goals ... Tallied third most shots on the team with 43, placing third most on goal with 19 ... Played 1385 minutes, the most (102) coming in double-overtime against Washington State ... Also played full 90 minutes on three occasions.
2007: Played in all 20 matches with 12 starts. Scored two goals with two assists for six points. Tied for fifth on the team with 20 shots. Better than half of her shot attempts (11) were on goal. Goals came in 3-2 loss at No. 15 and in 2-2 tie at Oregon State. Assisted on Oregon’s first goal of the season, Tiffany Smith’s game-winner at Nevada. Also assisted on Smith’s game-winner versus Portland State.
Nebraska: Played in 41 games over two seasons for the Cornhuskers and was a member of the 2005 team that advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Had a goal and three assists as a sophomore in 2006. Attempted 20 shots. Goal came against Loyola. Assisted on game-winning goals versus Oklahoma and Wright State. Also had an assist versus Texas Christian. Named to the academic all-Big 12 first team. As a freshman, had a goal and two assists on 18 shots. Goal came in NCAA Tournament second round loss (3-2) to eventual national champion Portland. Had assists against Minnesota and Kansas.
High School: Four-time all-conference selection at Durango High School. An all-state second team pick as a senior. Also ran cross country. Excellent student who was on the Gold Honor Roll, the National Honor Roll and the National Honors Society. Played club ball for Rio Vista in New Mexico, which required a three drive from Durango. Won four state club titles and the 2001 Region IV crown.
Personal: Born Jessica Lee Goodell on Oct. 5, 1986, in Durango, Colo. Parents are Craig and Sandy Goodell. One older brother. Major is marine biology.