Jayme-Lee Biamonte
Jayme-Lee  Biamonte


St. Catherines, Ontario

High School:
Holy Cross Secondary





2004: Academic All-Big Ten ... Big Ten All-Tournament Team selection ... played in all 20 matches, starting 12 ... started at midfield for final eight matches of the season ... set a personal season best with 27 shots ... was among the team leaders with four shots taken in matches against Michigan State (10/10) and Oakland (10/28) ... scored only point of season on an assist to Kristen Lichtenberg in 3-0 win over New Mexico (8/29) ... received the assist after her direct free kick was headed in by Lichtenberg for the eventual game-winner.

2003: Assisted on Purdue's first goal of the NCAA Tournament when her corner kick reached Courtney Coppedge in the goal box to give Purdue a 1-0 lead over DePaul (11/14) ... was her fifth assist of the season, placing her third among the team's leaders behind Annette Kent (10) and Lauren Sesselmann (7) ... provided an assist to Sesselmann vs. Indiana State (10/29) ... against Illinois (10/19) picked up an assist off a corner kick sent to Sharon Pagorek ... started game at midfield vs. Iowa (10/5) ... was her first start since the Missouri game on 9/5 ... her corner kick in the 66th minute led to an own goal for Purdue, as a Iowa defender mistakenly kicked the ball into the Boilermakers' net ... led all Purdue subs in minutes played against Minnesota (9/19) with 37 and against Wisconsin (9/21) with 36 ... became the eighth player in Purdue history to record two assists in a game ... accomplished this feat against Evansville (9/14) and within a span of 2:04 ... first assisted Arin Yarc off a corner kick, then picked up a second assist after deflected shot was scooped up by Lindsey Haag and knocked in for the score ... took two shots against the Purple Aces in 48 minutes played as a reserve midfielder ... led Purdue with three shots, one on goal, at Missouri (9/5) ... took eight of 10 Boilermaker corner kicks, including five in the first period vs. Tigers ... earned both assists in 2-1 (OT) win over Ohio (8/24) in an exhibition match.

2002: Competed in 17 matches as a reserved midfielder ... played over 280 minutes ... recorded first colllegiate career point, assist and shot in Purdue's victory over Buffalo ... picked up her second career assist on a Jessica Baumhoff goal at Oakland ... recorded third and final assist of the season on a Shannon Bradbury goal at Illinois ... three points led all Purdue newcomers ... played a season-high 73 minutes against Ohio State in the semifinals of the Big Ten Championships.

High School: Three-sport athlete ... earned four varsity letters in soccer while playing volleyball and running cross country ... three-time team MVP ... finished her career with 50 goals and 49 assists ... soccer Freshman of the Year after scoring 11 goals with four assists in 1999 ... helped lead team to records of 10-3-0 (1999), 12-0-1 (2000), 11-2-1 (2001) and 13-0-0 (2002) ... team was four-time city champs and three-time regional champs ... named Holy Cross Female Athlete of the Year for 2001 ... member of the Canadian National Team U-17 Pool and captain of the Ontario Provincial U-20 team ... member of 2001 Canada Games championship team ... won the Canadian National Championship in 2000 with Team Ontario ... captain of St. Catherines Angels club team that won silver at the 2000 Canadian National Championships.

Personal: Given name is Jayme-Lee Biamonte ... born Dec. 5, 1983 ... plans to major in psychology ... enjoys all sports, working out, music, movies and photography ... parents are Joe and Lilly Biamonte ... both parents played hockey in college at Brock and Guelph Universities ... has three younger brothers: Mark, Joseph and Matthew, and a younger sister, Kristyna.


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