00 Jamie Considine
00 Jamie Considine
Height: 5-7
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
High School: Coronado HS
Position: Goalkeeper
Jamie Considine returns as the three-year starter in goal for UCSB...One of the team captains for 2005.
Considine played in and started 15 of UCSB's 21 matches during her junior campaign...She posted a 10-4-1 record...Recorded six shutouts on the year...Her shutouts came at Oregon, vs. Arizona State, vs. San Diego State, vs. UC Irvine, vs. Cal State Northridge, and at Idaho...Considine allowed just three goals in the final eight matches of the regular season, recording five of her shutouts over that span...Her goals against average of 1.13 was actually the highest of her career, but six of the 17 goals she allowed were against eventual NCAA runner-up UCLA...With the game against the Bruins taken out of the mix, Considine had an outstanding 0.77...Tied her career-high with eight saves in a loss at Oregon State...She had five or more saves four times in her 15 matches.
Considine played in all 21 matches as a sophomore, starting 20...The only match she did not start was the home finale, which was started by a senior...Improved in virtually every category from her freshman season...For the second straight season, she allowed 20 goals, but as a sophomore she played 286 more minutes than she did as a freshman...Her goals against average of 0.94 was the fourth lowest single-season mark in UCSB history...Took part in eight shutouts, tying for seventh on the single-season list...Arguably the best outing of Considine's career came when she recorded seven saves in a 0-0 overtime tie against nationally-ranked UCLA...She posted consecutive shutout wins over Pacific, Cal State Northridge and Idaho during Big West Conference play to help vault the Gauchos from fifth-place to second-place by the end of the regular season...Had a season-high eight saves twice, once each against the University of San Diego and Cal Poly...Overall, Considine had four or more saves in ten outings...She was credited with all 11 UCSB wins in 2003 and she now has all 24 of the team's wins in her first two seasons.
After beginning her freshman season in a backup role, Considine became the Gauchos' starter in the third match of the season and she retained the spot the rest of the year...She played in 19 of the team's 20 contests, starting 17...Logged 1, 624 minutes of action, allowing 20 goals and recording a 1.11 goals against average...Considine had 70 of UCSB's 77 saves on the season...Started eight of the team's nine shutouts...The only shutout not started by Considine was on senior night, and in that one she played the final 89 minutes...The nine shutouts rank as the fourth most in school history and the most ever by a Gaucho freshman...At one point in the season, Considine posted three consecutive shutouts, blanking Nevada, San Jose State and Columbia...She also had back-to-back shutouts in league matches against Long Beach State and UC Riverside...She was credited with all 13 UCSB wins in 2002.
In her three seasons as UCSB's starting goalkeeper, Considine has recorded a 1.05 goals against average, the third lowest in school history...Her total of 23 shutouts ranks second all-time.
Club/High School
Considine played for Surf Soccer Club in San Diego...Helped Surf Soccer to the National Championship in 2000 and to a runner-up finish in 2001...She was the National Golden Glove winner...Attended Coronado High School where she led her team to the CIF Championship...Played for Miles Ramirez...Considine was a three-time First Team San Diego Union-Tribune All-San Diego County choice...A two-time First Team All-Western League and two-time Second Team All-Western League selection...A three-time team MVP and she was a captain for two years...In her prep career, Considine recorded a school-record 49 shutouts and more than 800 total saves.
Born September 26, 1984 in San Diego, Calif....Also played lacrosse in high school...Majoring in sociology...In high school, she earned Golden State Honors in biology...Daughter of Ted and Jackie Considine.