17  Jami Dickerson
Jami Dickerson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Roanoke Rapids, N.C.

High School:
Roanoke Rapids

Height:
5-7

Position:
Back/Midfielder


b>As a Junior: Earned All-Academic Team Honorable Mention honors ... Tallied three goals on the year ... Registered two game-winning goals, against Charlotte (9/3), and against Marshall (10/6) ... Was one of five players to start all 20 games ... Finished third on the team in goals (3), second in shots on goal percentage (.714) and was first in shot percentage (.429)

As a Sophomore: One of four players to start all 21 games ... Netted two goals, including her first collegiate goal against Saint Joseph's (Sept. 25) in a 3-1 win ... First collegiate assist came against Campbell on Sept. 16 ... Recorded the teams second-best shooting percentage (.250).

As A Freshman: Played in 14 games making two Starts ... First collegiate action came against No. 7 Virginia in the season opener ... Made first collegiate start against in-state rival Charlotte in the Conference USA opener ... Recorded two shots on the season.

Roanoke Rapids High School: A three-sport athlete who lettered in volleyball, basketball and soccer ... Recorded 198 career goals and 115 assists ... Four-time all-conference selection and was named Offensive MVP (2000), Defensive MVP (2001) and North Carolina Conference Player-of-the-Year and Overall MVP (2002) ... Set state record for goals scored by a junior (60) and tied record for goals by a senior (68) ... Earned silver medal at the 2003 N.C. State Junior-Senior Games ... Lead Club Team (CASL Spartan Elite) to three North Carolina State Championships and the Region 4 Finals ... Three-time member of the `86 ODP Team (1999-2002).

Personal: Majoring in elementary education ... Two-time scholar-athlete, member of the National Honors Society and the U.S. Achievement Academy ... Named to C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll 2005-06 ... Named to the ECU's Director of Athletics Honor Roll in Fall of 2005 and Dean's List in Spring of 2006 ... Daughter of Kenney and Pam Dickerson.