Chosen to the All-Sun Belt Second Team for the second time of her career … Logged over 1,600 minutes for the third consecutive season (1,625 in 2012) … Scored 25 points (nine goals and seven assists) … scored twice against Louisiana (10/7).
One of four Blue Raiders to start all 20 matches … Scored a pair of goals and added two assists for six points … Recorded the game-winning goal against Alabama A&M (9/11) … Also contributed a score with an assist in the season opener against Dayton (8/19) … Posted her other assist in Sun Belt action against Florida Atlantic (10/7) … Notched a season-best five shots against Arkansas State (9/30) … Fired four attempts in the regular-season finale at Western Kentucky (10/28) … Finished the campaign with at least one shot in 17 matches.
Picked to the All-Sun Belt Second Team ... Named to the All-Sun Belt Tournament Team ... Had a breakout campaign in which posted career-high numbers ... Topped the squad with eight assists and tied for team lead with four game-winning goals ... Added seven goals for 22 points, ranking second in both categories ... Finished with 40 shots, 25 of which were on goal, to place fourth on the team for both listings ... One of three Blue Raiders to start all 24 matches ... Netted a pair of goals in two matches, both against Sun Belt foes ... Scored twice, the only two team goals, at Arkansas State (10/1) in the Sun Belt road opener ... Added a pair against Louisiana (10/15) ... Tallied the game winner in both contests ... Added clinching scores at UAB (9/9) and against ULM (10/17) ... Registered her goal against the Warhawks just 11 seconds into the match ... One of three players to score during both penalty kick situations in the Sun Belt Tournament, after the semifinals at Western Kentucky (11/4) and after the championship versus No. 15 Denver (11/6) ... All eight of her assists came in eight different matches ... Posted seven of the eight against Sun Belt competition ... Tallied a season-high five shots at Arkansas State, four of which were placed on goal ... Registered four attempts in the home opener against Wright State (8/27) and at Florida Atlantic (10/8) ... Posted more than one shot in five consecutive matches to conclude the regular season, from against Louisiana through the finale against Western Kentucky (10/29).
Started 16 times while playing all 20 games ... Tied for fourth on the team with five goals and tied for fifth with 13 points ... Placed fourth among the Blue Raiders with 31 shots and third with 22 shots on goal ... Scored twice in her collegiate debut, including netting the game winner, at Tennessee Tech (8/23) ... Also registered a pair of goals at Austin Peay (9/18) in the non-conference finale (9/18) ... Contributed one score in her home debut against Alabama A&M (8/23) ... Assisted on a pair of goals at Evansville (9/13) ... Recorded her lone point in Sun Belt action at South Alabama (10/4) ... Posted a career-best six shots at Austin Peay, five against Florida Atlantic (9/27) and four at Tennessee Tech.
Played for coach Chris Graham ... A 2008 and 2009 6A all-state first team selection ... Member of the All-Sunflower Conference First Team in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... Tabbed as an all-city choice in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Picked as a NEKSCA first team honoree in 2008 and 2009 and second team recognition in 2007 ... Played club with the KCFC Alliance Jazz ... Team was a finalist at the 2007 Kansas State Cup and 2006 semifinalist ... Squad also won the 2007 Midwest Regional League, Score at the Shore in Tampa, Fla., and the 2006 Best of the Midwest and Germantown Invitational in Memphis ... Also lettered two times in cross country and once in basketball ... Voted as the 2005 school's Most Athletic Female ... Holds school record in the 200 meters, 400m and 800m ... Earned Honor Roll mention since 2003 ... Presented with the Bulldog Excellence Award.
Born on March 4, 1991 ... Daughter of Phil and Darla Jorgenson ... Father played basketball and was a captain at South Dakota State ... Lists any kind of sport as a hobby ... Majoring in global studies.