As a Senior (2011): Won the Marianne Viscovich-Powderly Memorial Award as the team's MVP; also won the John DaSilva Memorial Award.
As a Junior (2010): Played in and started all 18 games ... named to the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete second team ... scored one goal and notched one assist ... led the team and posted career-highs in both shots (38) and shots on goal (19) ... played a season-high 93 minutes and scored a goal in the fourth minute of action in a BIG EAST matchup against DePaul (Oct. 1) ... assisted on the game-winning goal against Seton Hall (Oct. 15) ... fired a career-high nine shots against Pittsburgh (Oct. 8) ... put together a string of six multi-shot games on two separate occasions, from James Madison (Aug. 27) to Columbia (Sept. 19), and then in BIG EAST action from Notre Dame (Oct. 3) to USF (Oct. 27) ... had 12 multi-shot games ... played a full 90 minutes or more in two games ... third on the team in playing time with 1,245 minutes of game action.
As a Sophomore (2009): Played in 21 games, while getting the starting nod 19 times ... scored three goals, second-highest on the team ... added one assist ... her seven points were fourth most on squad ... fired a team high 33 shots and posted 14 shots on goal in 2009 ... two game-winning goals tied for team best ... played and started in all 11 BIG EAST games ... two goals in league action tied team-high ... added one assist in BIG EAST action to finish with five points ... her 22 shots and 10 shots on goal in conference action ranked second on team ... scored first goal of the season, the game-winner, in a 1-0 victory over LIU (Sept. 11) ... played 67 minutes and fired a season-high six shots at Providence (Sept. 27) ... followed with a five-shot performance in a 1-0 win over Louisville (Oct. 2) ... assisted on the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory at Pittsburgh (Oct. 9) ... scored two goals, including the game-winner, en route to 2-1 win over Seton Hall (Oct. 15) ... contest was first-ever multi-goal game of her career ... took two shots against Notre Dame (Nov. 6) in the BIG EAST semifinals and one against Virginia (Nov. 13) in NCAA Tournament action.
As a Freshman (2008): Had a breakout year as the only freshman to play in 19 games ... earned the starting nod in 11 contests ... logged 1,054 minutes of play ... led the team in goals (3) and tied for team-best in points (7) ... had two game-winning goals, which tied for team-best ... also recorded one assist on the year ... registered 29 shots, the second-most on the team, 16 on goal, which was a team-high ... played in all 11 BIG EAST contests and started in eight ... registered two goals in league play, including one game-winner, another team high ... her 19 shots, nine on goal in conference games were both team-bests ... fired two shots - both on goal - in 33 minutes of action against Fairfield (Aug. 22) ... in her collegiate-debut, scored game-winning goal in 1-0 victory over Towson (Aug. 29) ... got her first collegiate start and played 51 minutes against Delaware (Aug. 31) ... tallied season-high four shots against Syracuse (Sept. 19) ... recorded first-ever assist in 1-1 tie with Princeton (Sept. 21) ... logged 51 minutes in squad's shutout over then-No. 11 WVU (Sept. 25) ... scored game-winner over USF (Oct. 12) ... played season-high 90 minutes and fired two shots in 1-0 victory over then-No. 15 Rutgers ... led team with three shots against Seton Hall (Oct. 19) ... scored equalizer and set a new game-high with three shots on goal in 1-1 tie with UConn (Oct. 26).
At Bishop Feehan: A four-year letterwinner ... two-year team captain (2006-07)... team's second-leading scorer during her freshman season with 35 goals, 21 assists and 55 points ... tore her ACL her sophomore year, but rebounded the following season with 30 goals and seven assists ... finished her senior year with 30 goals and 14 assists and left her mark as the all-time career scoring leader with 137 points ... was the Eastern Athletic Conference (EAC) leading point scorer three times, in 2004 (55 points), 2006 (38 points) and 2007 (44 points) ... helped lead team to EAC Championship in 2004 and 2007 ... earned the following awards: 2007 Sun Chronicle Gazette All Star Game MVP, 2007 All-State Soccer team, Boston Globe 2007 All-Scholastic team, EAC Conference Player of the Year 2006 and 2007, EAC Conference All-Star first team 2004, 2006 and 2007, Eastern Massachusetts All-Star first team in 2004, 2006 and 2007 ... three-time Sun Chronicle Gazette All Star First Team (2004, 2006 and 2007) ... member of the Political Society and Peer Ministry, and was an honor roll student ... also lettered two years in track ... played club ball for the FC Greater Boston Bolts ... led Bolts to a state championship title in 2007 and was named the tournament MVP.
Off the Pitch: Jennifer L. Leaverton ... born in Overland Park, Kan. ... daughter of Jim and Joan Leaverton ... dad, Jim, was a four-year letterwinner in football at Baker University ... has a sister, Katie (21) ... 2010 volunteer for Give Kids The World Village ... women's soccer representative to St. John's Student Athlete Advisory Committee ... selected as three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star (2008-11) ... member of the President's Society for 2011-12 ... majoring in sport management at St. John's.
Leaverton's Career Stats