NU holds Louisville scoreless for stretch of 29 minutes of game action
2013:Played 10 minutes in NU's win at USC at the L.A. Coliseum, recording her first career ground ball and caused turnover ... One save in appearance at Vanderbilt.
2012: Along with fellow freshman Bridget Bianco, served as a backup to senior goalkeeper Brianne LoManto ... Appeared in three games ... Made her debut in relief duty at Louisville, recording three saves while allowing just two goals ... Also appeared in victories over William & Mary and UMass.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in the cage for Edina ... 2010 second-team all-state and first-team all-conference honoree, and an honorable mention all-state and all-conference selection as a senior ... Named 2011 Minnesota Miss Lacrosse Goalie ... Member of Team Minnesota for Women's Division National Tournament in 2009 and 2010 ... 2011 Academic All-American ... Made 679 career saves, including 525 over junior and senior seasons, maintaining a 66.3 save percentage in 2010 and a 63.8 save percentage in 2011 ... Made 23 saves on 33 shots on goal (69.9 save percentage) against Minnetonka in 2011 when both teams were ranked in the top three in the state ... Team was a three-time section finalist, losing to eventual state champion twice ... Member of Minnesota Lakes and Minnesota Select club teams from 2008-10 ... Also played basketball, reaching back-to-back state sectional finals ... AP Scholar with Distinction in 2010 ... Recipient of Presidential Award for Academic Excellence.
Personal:Born Brooke Macklin Jones ... Daughter of Jason and Linda Jones ... Twin sister, Brooke, also will be a sophomore in 2012-13 for the Wildcats ... Older sister, Candice, attends St. Olaf College ... Plans to major in pre-med studies.