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  Jamie Nesbitt
Jamie Nesbitt

Player Profile

Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:



As a Junior in 2008: A two-year starter, Nesbitt provides much of the unnoticed work required for a winning team ... finished among the team leaders in ground balls (15) and caused turnovers (15) ... caused three turnovers and had two ground balls each against Oregon (2/8) and William and Mary (3/25) ... had a goal and three ground balls in win over Notre Dame (3/2) ... has played in every game (55) since she arrived at Stanford.

As a Sophomore in 2007: Appeared in all 17 games, starting 16 ... finished with 11 goals and seven assists ... recorded 27 shots to finish with a .407 shooting percentage ... had 12 ground balls and forced nine turnovers on the season, and won 10 draw controls ... was an MPSF Academic All-Conference selection.

As a Freshman in 2006: Appeared in all 18 games ... started second collegiate game, against California ... finished with six goals and two assists ... scored first collegiate goal midway through the first half in the season-opener against Oregon ... also caused two turnovers in that match ... scored in back-to-back matches against No. 10 Cornell and California ... won two key draw controls in win at Loyola ... finished with eight ground balls, four caused turnovers and six draw controls.

High School: Played lacrosse and basketball at Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, Ohio ... was a two-time first-team All-America in lacrosse ... also was an Academic All-American, captain, team MVP and made the Ohio state all-tournament team ... was named to the Great Lakes Region national tournament team following her sophomore and junior years ... named Greater Cincinnati Lacrosse Association Midfielder of the Year ... broke school career scoring records in points and goals ... in basketball was a three-year varsity forward, and received three GMC All-Academic awards ... National Merit Commended Student, AP Scholar, and a member of the National Honor Society ... awarded the OHSAA Scholar Athlete Award, Summa Cum Laude Award, and was listed among Who's Who Among American High School Students.

Personal: Parents are Dan Nesbitt and Kathy Fromell ... sister Karen is a sophomore teammate at Stanford ... majoring in engineering.