|| Jaimee Erickson
Played in 20 games, making 11 starts ... totaled five points, with one goal and three assists ... attempted six shots ... fired off three attempts in a win over Pacific on Oct. 24 ... contributed one goal and one assist against Pacific on Aug. 27.
2009: One of five players to start all 22 games ... ranked second on the squad and tied for seventh in the nation with 14 assists ... 30 points ranked third on the team, as she also scored eight goals ... 21 of her 23 shots were on goal ... tallied three game-winning goals ... dished out two assists in a game on three occasions ... scored four goals over her first six games ... fired off a career-high four shots against Appalachian State on Nov. 5.
2008: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... appeared in 16 games, making seven starts ... only took four shots with three of those attempts resulting in goals ... notched one assist for seven points ... found the cage against Michigan State (Sept. 3), Appalachian State (Sept. 17) and Pacific (Nov. 7).
2007: NFHCA All-Academic selection ... competed in 15 games, making seven starts ... totaled six points, scoring two goals and dishing out two assists ... fired off eight shot attempts ... credited with her first career assist in a win over Davidson on Sept. 7 ... two days later against Appalachian State, scored her first career goal and added another assist ... came off the bench to score a goal against Radford on Nov. 2 ... collected two multi-shot games (Sept. 1 vs. Missouri State and Sept. 9 vs. Appalachian State) ... received her first collegiate start in the season opener against Boston College on Aug. 25.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in field hockey ... 2006 First Team CCS selection/Senior Player of the Year ... 2005 Second Team CCS honoree ... 2004 CCS Honorable Mention selection/Sophomore of the Year ... 2005 Second Team All-League pick ... 2005 Second Team CCS honoree ... team captain during her senior season ... also lettered in basketball and track and field.
Other Field Hockey: Two-time National Futures Tournament selection ... invited to the Junior Olympic camp in 2004.
Personal: Parents are Wayne and Sandra ... sister, Lyndsay, also competed in field hockey at Stanford.
My favorite place that I have visited is:Galapagos Islands
If I could bring anything to Stanford from my hometown, it would be: my pugs
Do you have any superstitions/pregame rituals?: eating peanut butter
Something people would be surprised to know about me: I like to knit
Favorite food: frozen yogurt
My favorite TV shows: Grey's Anatomy
If I had to cook all my meals, I would probably survive on: smoothies
The biggest thrill of my life to date: when I got the family 1991 Toyota Previa van on my 16th birthday