Stanford's Jane Campbell Tabbed CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week to Open 2014 Season (8-26–14)

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Sophomore standout one of 13 players on week-1 Primetime Performers Honor Roll for Aug. 22-24.

Stanford sophomore goalkeeper
Jane Campbell (Kennesaw, Ga.) – who did not allow a goal during east-coast action versus two of the nation's top teams, tournament host North Carolina and fellow ACC power Duke – headlines the initial 2014 CS360 National Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll for Division I women's soccer, as selected by Campbell is the CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week and is joined by 12 others (listed below) in comprising the 2014 week-1 Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll for Division I women's soccer, covering games played during the opening weekend of the season (Aug. 22-24).

– fresh off a stint with the U.S. Under-20 National Team that competed in the Under-20 World Cup – stopped all nine shots she faced en route to shutting out tournament host North Carolina (cs360 #4), with the Cardinal winning that 1-0 overtime game on Chioma Ubogagu's goal in the 99th minute . That victory ended Stanford's winless history in its head-to-head series vs. UNC (now 1-9-3). Five of Campbell's saves vs. UNC came in the first half, with 4,500-plus fans on hand for the marquee opening-day matchup. She added her eighth career shutout two days later, in the 1-0 win over cs360 #13 Duke.

Two of the 13 week-1 Primetime Performers hail from California hometowns, plus one each from: England, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington. The 13 honorees include four seniors, two of them fifth-years, plus four juniors, four sophomores and one freshman (six are forwards, three goalkeepers, two midfielders and a pair of defenders).

Headshots of all 13 week-1 Honor Roll members are included in the right sidebar, while detailed player capsules (with action photos) are featured at the bottom of this page.

... Selection for the CS360 weekly awards is based on any/all of the following "primetime" criteria (i.e. not solely based on raw stats):

• Performed at a high level in a game that could be key to the team's postseason qualification, typically in a game involving a top-50 team from the CS360 Composite National Rankings (or in a game involving a conference favorite/leader from a league not represented in the CS360 top-50).

• In general, preference is given based on the quality of the opponent, contribution to team success and other situational factors involved in the player's accomplishments.
• Exhibited strong leadership and/or involved in clutch performances, such as gamewinning goals, noteworthy comebacks, late scores, momentum-shifting play, all-around performance/consistency, filling role/gameplan, team spirit, etc.
• Overcame adversity or extreme circumstances (for the team and/or individual).
• Bonus consideration is given for key performances away from team's home field and/or against a traditional rival.
• (Note that more players from conferences outside the CS360 top-50 will be honored later in the season, as league races heat up and individual results have greater bearing on postseason qualification).

Note – Photos on this page are courtesy of the respective schools.

CS360 Primetime Performers Weekly Honor Roll #1     Division I Women
(presented by 
 … 2014 Opening Week, Aug. 22-24)
        "It's not so much what you do, as it is when you do it."

ANDI ARNOLD  (Delaware … M … 5th-Yr.-Sr. … Massapequa, NY … #4)
(Stanford … G ... So. … Kennesaw, GA … #1)
COURTNEY CLEM  (Michigan State … G ... 5th-Yr.-Sr.. … Williamston, MI … #0)
ASHLEIGH ELLENWOOD  (Arkansas … F ... Jr. … Michigan City, IN … #23)
JENNA FISHER  (Boston Univ. … F ... Jr. … Longmeadow, MA … #12)
MEGAN GELDERNICK  (Ohio State … G ... So./Fr. … Aurora, IL … #00)
MEAGAN HARBISON  (Pepperdine … D ... So. … Rancho Penasquitos, CA … #7) 
LIZZIE LUALLIN  (Oklahoma … M ... Fr. … Leawood, KS … #18)
KELSIE MALONEY  (West Virginia … F ... Jr. … Harrisburg, PA … #7)
IFEOMA ONUMONU  (California … F ... Jr. … Rancho Cucamonga, CA … #2)
RACHEL PITMAN  (DePaul ... D ... Sr. ... Bristol, England ... #8)

JACLYN SOFTLI  (Washington … F ... Sr. … Sammamish, WA … #10)
TABBY TINDELL  (Florida Gulf Coast … F ... So. … Ocala, FL … #25)

* – CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week
(TBA–CS360 National Freshman of the Week)



Andi Arnold A300

(Delaware … M … 5th-Yr.-Sr. … Massapequa, NY … #4)

– Veteran midfielder and team co-captain who assisted on three of Delaware's four goals during pair of quality wins – besting her career assist total (2A, in 53 games prior to 2014) … set up the Blue Hens' second goal and also the late game-winner (3-2) vs. Monmouth, a 2013 NCAA tournament program and the MAAC favorite for 2014 … her thru-ball sprung Natalie Zelenky for 2-1 lead on the Hawks … later assisted on Emily Market's 88th-minute goal that delivered the 3-2 win in the season opener … added assist two days later on the road, as Delaware won tight game (1-0) at Northeast Conference favorite St. Francis (PA) … assisted on Maddie Brosler's goal late in the first half ('43), which proved to be the decisive score in that win over the Red Flashes … helped Blue Hens post better than a 2-to-1 shot margin during opening week (35-16) … has 3G-5A in 55 career games played (26 starts), with all of her goals coming in 2013 (19 GP/13 GS) … her two previous assists came as a freshman in 2010 (dnp in '11) … product of Massapequa High School, where she also lettered three seasons in basketball … father William Arnold was an All-America lacrosse player at the University of Massachusetts.


Jane Campbell A450

CS360 National Primetime Player of the Week  

(Stanford … G ... So.
Kennesaw, GA … #1)

– Elite young goalkeeper – fresh off a stint with the U.S. Under-20 National Team that competed in the U-20 World Cup – who sparkled during the opening day of the 2014 college season … stopped all nine shots she faced en route to shutting out tournament host North Carolina (cs360 #4), with the Cardinal winning that 1-0 overtime game on Chioma Ubogagu's goal in the 99th minute … that victory ended Stanford's winless history in its head-to-head series vs. UNC (now 1-9-3, including losses in the 2009 NCAA final and the 2012 semifinals) … five of her saves vs. UNC came in the first half, with 4,500-plus fans on hand for the marquee opening-day matchup … delivered a huge save late in regulation (76'), after a turnover led to a breakaway chance for Alex Kimball … closed the distance and dove right to snatch Kimball's shot out of the air and preserve the 0-0 score … similarly charged off her line in the waning moments of the second half, forcing star forward Summer Green into an off-target shot from close range … added her eighth career shutout two days later, in 1-0 win over cs360 #13 Duke … competed on the U.S. U-20 National Team alongside current Stanford teammates Stephanie Amack and Andi Sullivan … stepped into 2013 starting role with the Cardinal after injury to senior Emily Oliver … posted a 0.72 goals-against average in 19 games played (18 starts) as a freshman, with 66 saves and 13 goals allowed … early in 2013, she became the youngest goalkeeper (17) ever called into training with the full U.S. Women's National Team … also was the first high schooler since 2005 (future USC star Amy Rodriguez) to receive such a call-up … following in the footsteps of Stanford alum and current Cardinal volunteer assistant coach Nicole Barnhart (a former member of Team USA) … named the 2011 NSCAA Youth Player of the Year, after starring at the Darlington School and with the Concorde Fire South club program … native of Kennesaw, Ga. (Stanford won the 2011 NCAA title at Kennesaw State) … both of her parents are former college athletes and retired navy pilots … father Mike Campbell captained the hockey team at Wesleyan and was a lieutenant with the Blue Angels precision air team … mother Chrystal Campbell was a member of the varsity rowing team at the Naval Academy.


Courtney Clem 300

(Michigan State … G ... 5th-Yr.-Sr.. … Williamston, MI … #0)

– Fifth-year 'keeper who opened 2014 season with the best game of her career, then delivered again two days later as Michigan State won both of its games during west-coast swing … saved 19 of the 20 shots she faced during the week – with the lone goal coming on an 89th-minute PK – while dealing with nearly 50 total shots (48) and an eye-popping 18 opponent corner kicks, as MSU won 3-1 at San Diego State (cs360 #45) and then 1-0 at Cal State Fullerton … her 13 saves at SDSU included six in the first half and seven over the final 45:00 (the Aztecs launched 32 total shots, plus six corner kicks) … nearly notched the shutout at SDSU, but a teammate's foul in the box led to the late PK goal … two days later, again provided veteran leadership directing the MSU defense while making more big stops, with six saves (16 total shots) and successfully defensing against a dozen corners … Fullerton was coming off an impressive opening-day tie (1-1) vs. cs360 #22 BYU … has posted eight career shutouts while appearing in 36 games for the Spartans … logged 11 starts in 2013 while her busy 2012 included 71 saves and four shutouts … product of Williamston High School and the Michigan Hawks Black club program.


Ashleigh Ellenwood dribble A300


(Arkansas … F ... Jr. … Michigan City, IN … #23)

– Emerging standout for Arkansas program looking to build off its historic 2013 campaign … delivered 88th-minute goal to beat Oklahoma State (cs360 #36), 2-1, two days after assisting on a pair of goals in 3-1 win over Utah State … alertly scored in waning moments vs. the Cowgirls, sending home Tyler Allen's deflected corner kick to the delight of the school-record crowd (2,268) … dangerous set-play force due to her long throw-ins, with her throws leading to pair of Alexandra Fischer goals that produced 2-0 lead vs. Utah State … Claire Kelly had the primary assists on both those goals (11' & 78'), after redirecting the throw-ins to Fischer (the second via a header) … one of 24 players called into a U.S. Under-23 National Team camp during the summer of 2014 … her 52 career points include 21G–10A … named second team NSCAA all-South Region and second team all-SEC in 2013 (14G–7A, in 24 GP/20 GS) … became first Arkansas player since 2003 with double-digit goals … her 2G vs. Missouri in 2013 SEC Tournament helped deliver program's first postseason win since 1996 … had 1G–1A in NCAA third-round battle vs. Duke (Blue Devils adv. on PKs) … named to 2012 SEC All-Freshman Team (6G–1A) … product of Michigan City High School, where she also played basketball and tennis … helped Eclipse Select club program win U-17 national title (U-16 runner-up) … earlier played for Indiana/Chicago Magic team that won U-15 national title in 2009.


Jenna Fisher A300

(Boston Univ. … F ... Jr. … Longmeadow, MA … #12)

– Played pivotal role in pair of noteworthy week-1 wins, as her goal with seven seconds remaining delivered a dramatic 2-1 win over La Salle, before scoring again two days later in similar 2-1 win over rival Boston College (cs360 #12) … the two goals match her entire total from 2013 (in 22 games played) … La Salle led BU until Ana Cuffia's goal in the 78th minute … in the final seconds of regulation, ran onto a high-bouncing flick from Ariana Aston and one-touched the ball past the La Salle 'keeper for stunning gamewinner (89:53) … later in the weekend, with BC holding a 1-0 halftime lead, she scored again ('54), after running onto a bouncing pass from Erin Neville and again scoring via a one-touch strike (BU then scored the GWG at 79') … posted 2G–3A in 2013 (22 GP/7 GS), after coming off the bench in 19 games as a freshman (2G) … product of Longmeadow High School, where she also competed in lacrosse and track and field … part of a soccer family that includes several college soccer alums: dad Jim (Babson), uncle Paul Fisher (BU), and brothers Michael (Babson) and Dan (Curry).



Megan Geldernick A300

(Ohio State … G ... So./Fr. … Aurora, IL … #00)

– Stepped onto the big stage in the first action of her college career and responded in impressive fashion, saving 16 of 17 shots she faced while dealing with 19 corner kicks (plus 43 total shots) spanning games against Duke and tournament host North Carolina … recorded eight saves in 1-0 season-eping shutout vs. Duke (cs360 #13), while also defensing eight corners and 22 total shots … thwarted strong Duke scoring chance in 14th minute, leaping to deflect Casey Martinez's shot off the crossbar … played under tense 0-0 deadlock in that game until the 67th minute … preserved lead with diving save on Toni Payne's far-post shot ('73) … two days later vs. UNC (cs360 #4), made early leaping save to stop Joanna Boyles' 12-yard shot (15'), then tipped Hannah Gardner's blast off the crossbar (20') … her lone goal allowed (73') came on a broken-play sequence, as Megan Buckinham knocked in a loose ball … finished busy day vs. the Tar Heels having made eight saves while dealing with 11 corners and 21 total shots … product of Metea Valley High School (where she also played basketball) and Team Chicago Academy club team that reached 2012 national semifinals.


Meagan Harbison A300

(Pepperdine … D ... So. … Rancho Penasquitos, CA … #7) 

– Talented left back who played key roles on both ends of the field, as Waves opened with pair of noteworthy wins – versus Big West Conference favorite Cal Poly, 2-1, and then 1-0 vs. Maryland (cs360 #35) … launched bouncing long throw-in that assisted on far-post header goal by her sister Hailey, a newcomer on the Waves squad, for early lead vs. the Mustangs (1-0) … later scored a goal of her own, converting a cross from Colby Carson ('41) for 2-0 halftime lead vs. Cal Poly … key part of Waves defense that limited Maryland to a pair of first-half shots (both off-frame) and no significant scoring threats until the lategoing of that tense 1-0 game … earned 2013 WCC All-Freshman Team honors, after appearing in 19 games (14 starts) as a defender and midfielder (with two assists) … product of Westview High School, where she was a top goalkeeper while also participating in track/cross country … helped Cal South 95 win the 2012 U.S. Youth Soccer ODP Championship … her club soccer background includes stints with PQ, Del Mar Sharks and CSC before joining elite San Diego Surf program.


Lizzie Luallin & Rachel Ressler crop

(Oklahoma … M ... Fr. … Leawood, KS … #18)

– Came off the bench to make an immediate impact in her first collegiate game – versus arch-rival Oklahoma State (cs360 #36), no less – with assist midway through the first half, as Sooners went on to win the Bedlam rivalry game, 2-1 … started two days later vs. (37) Utah and scored to help forge a 1-1 final vs. the Utes … her 49 minutes as a reserve vs. the Cowgirls included pass that led to Rachel Ressler's 10-yard strike, for 1-0 lead (26') that led to a 2-0 halftime cushion … her own goal vs. Utah also came in the 26th minute, after taking a pass from fellow freshman Jordyn Webster and scoring from 10 yards out to offset the Utes' early goal … product of St. Teresa’s Academy and the Sporting Blue Valley club program … her cousin Lauren Willis played basketball at Oklahoma. 


Kelsie Maloney A300

(West Virginia … F ... Jr. … Harrisburg, PA … #7)

– Little bit of deja vu here for this third-year West Virginia starting forward, as the 5-foot-2 scrapper also was named to the CS360 Primetime Performers following week-1 of the 2013 season (when WVU opened at the Penn State tournament, as the Mountaineers did again in 2014) … her five-point weekend (1G–3A) included an assist in the season-opening game vs. PSU (cs360 #10), a 3-1 loss, before factoring into all three WVU goals as the Mountaineers erased a 2-0 deficit to shock (49) Missouri, 3-2 … her pass led to Kadeisha Buchanan's goal from eight yards out vs. PSU ('76), capping a corner-kick sequence … praised by the WVU coaches for her hard-working, tireless play that led to all three goals vs. Missouri – after the Tigers had claimed a 2-0 lead early in the second half … her well-placed cross connected with senior Kate Schwindel for header goal that sparked the comeback ('54) … tied the game eight minutes later, after taking a pass from Kailey Utley and scoring far-post from the top of the box … set up dramatic gamewinner in 89th minute, with her deft footwork drawing out the 'keeper – followed by cross to Schwindel, who scored far-post … one year earlier, she had 1G–1A in 2-2 tie at PSU (WVU led 2-0) and helped beat Syracuse two days later, 2-1 … started all 23 games in 2013 (6G–4A) … made 17 starts as a freshman (2G-3A) while earning spot on the 2012 Big 12 All-Newcomer Team … product of Bishop McDevitt High School and the Baltimore Bays club team. 


Jifeoma Onumonu A300


(California … F ... Jr. … Rancho Cucamonga, CA … #2)

– Electric frontrunner and tremendous team leader who usually impacts the game in numerous ways that go beyond the scoresheet … turned in her usual collection of unique contributions during week-1 of the 2014 season, as Bears posted 3-1 home win over San Francisco before 2-1 overtime win at longtime Bay-area rival Santa Clara (cs360 #11) … that result produced Cal's first official win over SCU since 2008, although there had been a few ties in the serries recently (including one that saw the Bears advance in the NCAAs, via PKs) … scored in the opening win over USF ('79) – the 20th score of her career – before her dangerous presence produced a pair of penalty kicks at Santa Clara – one of them missed, but one converted (by Lorin Hom) to deliver that 2-1 win early in OT … also helped produce the tying goal at SCU midway through the second half (64'), providing a key linage in a corner-kick sequence that led to Samanta Witteman's tying goal … her 2013 honors included NSCAA third team all-Pacific Region and second team all-Pac-12 (8G–3A; 21 GP/20 GS) … broke onto the college soccer scene in 2012, when she was recognized by Soccer America as one of the nation's top freshmen while also being named first team all-Pac-12 and the conference's Freshman of the Year, plus NSCAA first team all-region (11G–6A) … product of Los Osos High School, where she also ranked as one of California's top prep hurdlers … helped lead Arsenal to the inaugural Elite Clubs National League title.


Rachel Pitman A300

(DePaul ... D ... Sr. ... Bristol, England ... #8)

– Team captain and veteran leader of experienced, disciplined group of defenders, helping DePaul open season with pair of 2-1 win over quality opponents Central Michigan and at Nebraska (cs360 #24) … moments after CMU had taken the lead, took matters into her own hands by netting the equalizer 42 seconds later (57') – maneuvering into position to redirect freshman Alexa Ben's crafty back-flick pass (newcomer Abby Reed, a transfer from Indiana State, scored the winning goal in the 83rd minute) … key cog in Blue Demons' stellar defensive effort at Nebraska, as the potent Huskers offense managed only five total shots, two shots on goal and a pair of corner kicks … that game in Lincoln was a 1-goal battle until Reed's late score (85'), with Nebraska averting the shutout after throwing more numbers forward in the final minutes (goal 89') … Nebraska racked up 54 goals in 2013 and had opened 2014 with four scores vs. SMU, with the Huskers' top three goalscorers from 2013 back in the fold … joined on back line by fellow seniors Nina Kodros and Sarah Gorden, plus freshman Elizabeth Endy … started all 21 games in 2013, en route to third team all-BIG EAST Conference honors … has appeared in 60 career games, with 52 starts (3G–2A) … played on the prestigious Ladies Arsenal club team while also having played for various England youth national teams.


Jaclyn Softli A300

(Washington … F ... Sr. … Sammamish, WA … #10)

– Sparked Washington offense with her early goal in season opener vs. Kentucky (cs360 #28), as Huskies rolled to stunning 4-1 victory (after season-long offensive struggles in 2013) … took a pass from Amanda Perez and dribbled away from the 'Cats defense before firing home a corner shot for the quick 1-0 lead (11') … continued to be a dangerous presence throughout the game, freeing up her teammates as the Huskies continued to build their cushion … started only three games as a junior in 2013 while playing in 17 (2G–1A) … had 1G–2A in 2012, after earning a spot on the 2011 Pac-12 All-Freshman Team (3G–1A; 18 GP/4 GS) … product of Eastlake High School and the Crossfire Premier club team … her father Jeffrey Softli was a member of Washington's 1982 Rose Bowl football team … both of her brother were college athletes Jordan in soccer ( University of Denver)  and Cameron with Chico State baseball … her uncle Tony Softli was a football player and assistant coach with the Huskies while one of grandfathers also played football at Washington and set the school long jump record.


Tabby Tindell A300

(Florida Gulf Coast … F ... So. … Ocala, FL … #25) 

– Prolific goalscorer who picked up right where she left off in 2013, scoring both Florida Gulf Coast goals in 2-1 opener vs. Arizona (cs360 #46) … delivered early lead (19'), after receiving service, dribbling to her right to beat a defender and driving home a far-post shot … scored again to break 1-1 tie (72'), after receiving Shannen Wacker's back-heel pass and racing down the middle of the field en route to scoring the eventual gamewinner … FGCU's original season opener vs. UCF had been cancelled two days earlier, due to persistent lightning … named Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year in 2013, after setting schools records for points (34) and goals (15) in a season … racked up 160 career goals and 80 assists at Trinity High School, including a nation-leading 128 points (44G–40A) during her sophomore season.