Jeamie Deacon
Jeamie Deacon

Hometown:
Wexford, Ireland

High School:
Newtown School Waterford

Position:
Student Coach

Birthdate:
06/25/1987

Experience:
1st Year


2009: A NFHCA Second Team All-America ... NFHCA West Region and Big Ten First Team selection ... Big Ten All-Tournament Team selection ... Competed in 18 games for the Spartans, starting 14 ... Finished the season ranked third on the team in points with 28 (11 goals, six assists) despite missing four games due to injury ... Recorded a point in six of the Spartans' last seven games ... Scored two goals in the Big Ten Tournament championship game vs. Indiana ... Recorded a hat trick, including the game-winner, at Indiana ... Tallied a goal and two assists vs. American ... Finished her Spartan career as one of the most prolific scorers in program history, ranking seventh all-time in points (95) and goals (35) despite only competing for three seasons ... An Academic All-Big Ten selection.

2008: Second Team All-America and First Team All-West Region by the NFHCA ... Played in 21 games for the Spartans, starting in 20 ... Second on the team in points (35) and assists (11) and tied for second with 12 goals ... One of three Spartans to score 30 points or more during the season ... Had a team-best nine-game point streak, beginning on Sept. 13 ... Tallied one or more points in 15 games ... Ranked 35th nationally in points per game (1.67) ... Scored the overtime game-winning goal in a 3-2 win over Stanford ... Notched a season-high 10 shots twice - against New Hampshire (Sept. 14) and California (Sept. 27) ... Led the team with 85 shots and ranked third in the category in the Big Ten ... Was fourth in the conference in points per game (1.67), fifth in total points (35) and tied for sixth in goals (12) ... Led the Big Ten in points per game in conference games (2.40), tied for third in goals (5) and was fourth in points (12) ... Recorded a season-high five points twice (vs. Temple on Oct. 5 and vs. Iowa on Oct. 25) ... Posted a season-high two assists in a 3-2 win over No. 20 California on Sept. 27 ... Set a career-high in points and tied her career-high in goals ... Awarded a penalty stroke on two occasions this year, scoring on both ... Earned Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors and named to the Womensfieldhockey.com Weekly Honor Roll on Sept. 29 after leading the team to wins over Ohio State and California ... Named Academic All-Big Ten ... Named the team's Most Valuable Player.

2007: Led the team in points in her first year with the Spartans on her way to Second Team NFHCA All-America honors ... Finished the season third on the team with 12 goals, and added eight assists for a total of 32 points ... Finished the season 33rd in the NCAA in points per game (1.52) ... Recorded two-goal games against Louisville (Aug. 25) and Penn State (Oct. 14) ... Recorded two assists against New Hampshire (Sep. 23) ... Earned three Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors in 2007, the most ever for a Spartan in a single season ... Named First Team All-Region and All-Big Ten ... Finished the season tied for 33rd nationally in points per game (1.52) and tied for 45th in goals per game (0.57) ... Was named to the ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA 2008 Academic All-DIstrict Women's At-Large First Team and was named to the NFHCA National Academic Team.

Prior to MSU: Named Player of the Season as the leading scorer for Old Alex Hockey club in 2006-07 ... Young Player of the Season for Old Alex in 2005-06 ... In 2003-04 named Player of the Season for Waterford Hockey Club ... A member of the Irish U-18 and U-21 teams for European Cup competitions ... Member of the Irish senior squad ... Competed for the Interpro South-East U-16, U-18 and U-21 teams ... A member of the Leinster senior team ... Newtown School senior captain and Clan Athletics captain.

Personal: Born June 25, 1987... Daughter of Niall and Anne Deacon ... Civil Engineering major.

Jeamie Deacon

CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR
GP/GS
SH
G
A
TP
DS
2007
21/20
70
12
8
32
1
2008
21/20
85
12
11
35
0
2009
18/14
51
11
6
28
0
TOTALS
60/54
216
35
25
95
1