Jamie  Arthurs
 Jamie Arthurs
Assistant Coach

In fourth year as assistant coach ... Completed bachelor's degree in kinesiology in 2013 ... 2012-13 WWU Female co-Athlete of the Year ... Set school records as goalkeeper with 39 shutouts, which ranked sixth nationally, and 0.58 goals against average during four-year career ... Second-team National Soccer Coaches Association of America and Daktronics All-American as senior in 2012 ... Led nation in GAA with school and GNAC-record 0.39 average per game and ranked seventh nationally in save percentage at 88.2 ... Had Great Northwest Athletic Conference and school-record 16 shutouts, one shy of national record ... Helped Vikings place first nationally as team in GAA, second in save percentage (89.2) and third in shutout percentage (69.6) ... Allowed just nine goals in 23 games, during one stretch recording 10 straight shutouts and posting scoreless string of 919 minutes and 29 seconds, both school records ... Made 67 saves in 2,101 minutes and 50 seconds ... Played every minute of every game ... First-team NSCAA and Daktronics West Region all-star ... GNAC Player of the Year ... First-team GNAC all-star ... Twice named GNAC defensive Player of the Week ... Second-team NSCAA and Daktronics West Region and first-team GNAC all-star as junior in 2011 ... Started all 18 games ... Had 11 shutouts and GAA of 0.55 ... Allowed just 10 goals in 1,643 minutes ... Made 44 saves for save percentage of .815 (67th nationally) ... Ranked 13th nationally in GAA ... Led GNAC in both shutout total and GAA ... GNAC Player of the Week ... Had 11 shutouts and GAA of 0.52 as sophomore in 2010 ... Second-team GNAC all-star ... Allowed 10 goals while starting all 18 games and playing all 1732:10 minutes ... Made 78 saves for save percentage of .886 ... Ranked 13th nationally in save percentage and 16th in GAA ... Played in five games as freshman in 2009, making four starts ... Allowed nine goals (2.05 avg.) and made 11 saves (.550), while posting one shutout ... Had assist in 1-0 win against Sonoma State ... Redshirt in 2008 ... Four letters ... Second-team Class 4A all-State selection as senior at Richland High School ... First-team Tri-City Herald all-Area and all-Columbia Basin League pick ... Team captain ... Had 0.29 goals against average and 15 shutouts on 17-4 team that tied for league title and placed fourth at state tournament ... Second-team all-league and team MVP as junior ... Allowed just four goals on 19-1 squad that won league championship and reached state quarterfinals ... Honorable mention all-league forward as sophomore on team that was league champion and state runner-up ... Most improved and inspirational award winner ... As freshman played on squad that won league title and reached state quarterfinals ... Started and lettered four years ... Also earned three letters in basketball and one each in track and golf ... Her father, David, played basketball at University of Calgary.