Junior Set Program Records in Colonials' 2-0 Week
Junior-Sophomore Duo Named Conference's Player and Defensive Player of the Week
Colonials Improve to 3-0 at Home for Second Time in Program History
Junior Attacker Nets Six Goals and Dishes Out Six Assists for 12-Point Game
Bumgardner Leads With Seven Points in Colonials' Fourth-Straight Season-Opening Victory
2013: Started all 17 contests for Colonials during sophomore season...Had breakout year and served as top-scoring attacker with 57 points...Tallied 18 goals and tied GW's single-season record with 39 assists, which led the A-10 and tied for 14th in NCAA Division I...Tied for 15th in nation with 2.29 assists per game...Named to Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team after helping Colonials to second straight conference championship appearance...Recorded a point in all 17 games and scored two or more points in all but two contests...Tied single-game record with five assists in season opener at Howard (Feb. 13)...Scored game-winning goal against La Salle (April 5)...Registered career-high eight points with career-high four goals and four assists at Mount St. Mary's (March 13)...Took 52 shots and put 43 on target...Caused team-high 15 turnovers, including career-high six turnovers at Howard...Ranked fourth on team with 28 ground balls and picked up career-high seven ground balls at Howard...Won 24 draw controls for third most on team, including career-high four at Saint Joseph's (April 21)...Converted three free-position goals, including two at Mount St. Mary's...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.
2012: Made five appearances during her freshman campaign...Recorded a goal and an assist for two points...Netted first career goal and dished out first assist against Howard on Feb. 15...Picked up two ground balls at St. Bonaventure (April 22)...Won her first career draw control against Long Island (Feb. 25).
High School: Totaled 123 goals and 45 assists in three scholastic seasons at Gwynedd Mercy Academy...Was a two-time Athletic Association of Catholic Academies (AACA) selection and was also an All-AACA performer and two-time District qualifier on the Monarchs' golf team.
Personal: Born Jamie Lee Bumgardner on April 11, 1993, in Sellersville, PA...Daughter of James and Sandra Bumgardner...Has an older brother, Jeffrey, and older sister, Cara...Father, James, was a defensive back on the Penn football team ('73) and was named to the All-Ivy League Team in 1973...Majoring in biological anthropology.