Member of the 2004 and 2005 Canadian Junior National Team; represented Canada in the 2005 World Cup Qualifier in Cuba
On Bawden: Skillful leader who has played at the top level internationally... great play-making ability from the backfield.
As a Junior In 2004: Named to the NFHCA National Academic Team ... Member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's and UMass Athletic Director's Honor Rolls for both the fall and spring semesters ... Picked to the Atlantic 10 All-Tournament team as well as the Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference squad ... Selected to attend the NCAA Leadership Conference in May of 2005 ... Started all 22 games ... Fourth on the team in scoring with four goals and an assist for nine points ... Took 41 shots, 24 of which were on goal ... Tied for the team lead with two game-winning tallies ... Scored a career-high two goals, including the game-winner, against Saint Joseph's (11/5) in the Atlantic 10 Tournament ... Also scored the game-winning goal against Vermont (9/26) ... Posted a goal against Richmond (11/6) in the A-10 Championship game and dished out an assist against La Salle (10/10).
As A Sophomore In 2003: Selected to the NFHCA National Academic Team ... Atlantic 10 All-Conference pick ... Member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's and UMass Athletic Director's Honor Rolls ... Played and started 19 games ... Led the team in scoring for the second straight year with three goals and one assist for seven points ... Took 15 shots, nine of which were on goal ... Scored goals against Fairfield (8/30), Saint Joseph's (10/12; game-winner) and Richmond 10/19) ... Notched an assist vs. Saint Louis (9/6) ... Team was 3-1 when she recorded at least one point.
As A Freshman In 2002: Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference team ... Selected to the NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad ... Named to both the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll and the UMass Athletic Director's Honor Roll ... Played in 22 games, making 21 starts ... Took 15 shots ... Recorded a team-high 12 points on six goals ... Scored goals against West Chester (10/20), Rhode Island (11/2), Ohio (9/22), La Salle (10/19), Richmond (10/11) and Boston University (8/31), which was her first collegiate goal.
Before UMass: Played for Bryan Snider at Penticton (B.C.) Secondary School ... Named Top All-Around Female Athlete as a junior ... Received the 2000 MVP and Heart & Dedication awards ... 2002 Ewart award recipient (combined athletic and academic scholarship honor role award) ... Team captain as a junior ... 2002 member of Senior Team Alberta and U-21 Team Alberta ... Senior team placed fourth at Nationals ... 2001 member of the U-18 Team British Columbia that won the national championship ... Member of Team Adanac that was Florida Field Hockey Festival pool champions and placed third in the 2000 BC Summer Games.
Personal: Jaime LeeAnn Bawden ... Born February 2, 1984 ... Daughter of George and Sylvia Bawden ... Sister of Geoffrey ... Cousin, Sarah Joy, played soccer for the Canadian National team ... Member of the Commonwealth College, majoring in Biology.
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