Jamie Goldsmith '13
2010-11: 36 games, 2 goals, 10 assists, 12 points
2009-10: 35 games, 6 goals, 2 assists, 8 points
Total: 105 games, 9 goals, 16 assists, 25 points
2011-12: As a versatile two-way player for St. Lawrence, Goldsmith made the transition back to forward as a junior, adding depth to the offense while serving as a stand-out penalty killer. The Media, PA native, who earned a spot on ECAC Hockey's All-Academic team, scored a goal against Cornell in the regular season and added four helpers.
2010-11: Goldsmith served as one of the team's assistant captains in her sophomore year while totaling 12 points on two goals and 10 assists. The Media, PA native moved to the blue line in 2010-11, scoring the game-winning goal against Yale on January 22, 2011. Jamie also had two multi-point games against Niagara and Boston College.
2009-10: Goldsmith totaled eight points on six goals and two assists in her rookie campaign. The Media, PA native scored the game-winning goals against Robert Morris (10/17) and Clarkson (2/2). A representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, Jamie was selected to serve as an assistant captain for the 2010-11 season.
Goldsmith holds the National Sports Academy marks for career goals, assists, points and games played. In 72 games, the Media, PA, native scored 40 goals and assisted on 49 other for 89 total points. A US National Camp invitee and the Salutatorian of the Class of 2009 at NSA, Goldsmith has built outstanding leadership qualities that helped her win the Coby Wheeler Award, which is given to the senior that best describes leadership and sportsmanship. Born on December 11, 1990, Jamie is the daughter of Tony and Leslie Goldsmith.