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  Jessie Martin

Jessie Martin

Player Profile

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Louisville, Ky.

High School:
Ballard

Height:
5-6

Birthdate:
04/29/1986

2008: Selected First Team All-Mid-American Conference and Academic All-MAC, both for a second-straight year ... Chosen as one of two players from the MAC (both from Ohio), along with teammate Rachelle Coetzee, to participate in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I Senior All-Star Game ... Named MAC Defensive Player of the Week Sept. 16, her sixth-career MAC weekly honor ... Placed on the NFHCA National Academic Squad for a second time ... Logged a career-high 1,652 minutes, starting all 23 games in goal, the third-straight year she started every game in goal for Ohio ... Posted an 11-12 record with three shutouts and two combined shutouts ... Made a career-best 115 saves with a .757 save percentage that ranked 17th in the nation and second in the MAC ... Averaged five saves per game, good enough for 35th in the country and third in the conference ... Made a career-high 15 saves Sept. 3 versus Ohio State, which tied for the 13th-most saves by a goalie in a Division I game on the year ... Recorded double-digit saves three times ... Allowed 37 goals for a 1.57 goals against average, which was 20th in Division I and second in the MAC ... Did not allow more than four goals in any game.

2007: Tabbed MAC Player of the Year by the league's head coaches ... Named to the NFHCA All-West Region First Team ... Selected to the Academic All-MAC Team ... Selected to the All-MAC First Team ... Named the MAC Defensive Player of the Week on Aug. 28 ... Played all 23 games in goal for Ohio ... Played a total of 1630:51 minutes ... Finished the season with 100 saves and four shutouts ... Faced 204 shots ... Averaged 4.35 saves a game ... Finished the season with a 17-5 record ... Posted back-to-back shutout performances against Robert Morris (9/4) and Holy Cross (9/7) ... Named MAC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 11 and 18th... Recorded a career-high nine saves against fifth-ranked Wake Forest ... Earned her fourth MAC Defensive Player of the Week award on Sept. 25 ... Matched her career-high nine saves against Ball State in a 4-3 overtime victory to kick off conference play ... Played a season-high 100 minutes in a double-overtime game against Missouri State (9/30) ... Succeeded career-high nine saves that was set earlier in the season with a career-high 11 saves against Kent State (10/7) ... Made seven saves against Kent State at home for 13th win of the season ... Selected to the Womensfieldhockey.com Honor Roll list on Sept. 24 ... Named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I National Academic Squad.

2006: An All-MAC Second Team selection ... Started all 22 games ... Led the MAC in shutouts (4: Miami (twice), Missouri St., Davidson) ... Had five saves and held Davidson scoreless (9/15) ... Notched three saves vs. Ball State (9/22) ... Named MAC Defensive Player of the Week (9/25) ... Totaled eight saves in a shutout of Miami (10/14) ... Helped the Bobcats defeat Ball State in the MAC Championship game with four saves and one goal against (11/4).

2005: Made four appearances in 2005 ... Made one save in 22:55 ... Made first-career appearance at No. 10 Ohio State (9/28) ... Held the Buckeyes scoreless for 4:39 between the pipes ... Saw more than nine minutes of action vs. Central Michigan (10/8) ... Made her first-career save vs. Ball State (10/14) ... Saw nearly five minutes in goal vs. Missouri State (10/21).

2004: Sat out as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered for three years at Ballard High School ... 2003 team captain ... Team Most Valuable Player in 2003 ... Named to the All-State squad her senior year ... An All-Tournament team selection in the Apple and JCPS Tournaments ... Participated in the 2002 Junior Olympics ... Also lettered in basketball and softball.

PERSONAL: Born April 29, 1986 ... Daughter of Mark and Pat Martin ... A sport industry major.