Jill Sarbaugh
Jill  Sarbaugh


Brownsburg, Ind.

High School:





2006: Academic All-Big Ten ... led team with six assists, matching a career high from 2005 ... provided assists in back-to-back games vs. Texas Tech and Baylor ... posted game-winning assists in matches vs. New Mexico and Minnesota and against Ohio State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament ... had a three-point game against the TTU Red Raiders, scoring a goal in the sixth minute and an assist to Kira Bilecky in the second minute ... played in all 23 matches, starting 18 ... both totals represented season bests ... also established personal season bests in shot with 46 and shots on goal with 20.

2005: Academic All-Big Ten ... played in all 20 matches, starting 17 ... established season highs with five goals, six assists and 16 points ... 16 points ranked her third on the team ...also was third on the team with five goals ... tied with Kim Comisar for the team lead with six assists ... scored first goal of season against DePaul, a game in which she took five shots on goal ... provided insurance goals vs. Kansas and Michigan State, and knocked in the game winner at Ohio State ... scored team's lone goal in 2-1 loss to Iowa.

2004: Finished tied for third on team with five points, scoring two goals and providing one assist ... scored first career goal in 3-2 wn over Miami, blasting in a diagonal from 20-yards back ... second and final goal of the season was scored in 3-0 win against Oakland ... provided first career assist in 2-1 loss at Northwestern, feeding a cross to Meghan Dybvig ... recorded a season best three shots in 1-0 win against Iowa.

High School: Graduated from Brownsburg High School in 2004 ... three-time NSCAA All-Region player and NSCAA Regional All-American ... named NSCAA Scholar Athlete All-American as a senior ... was a three-time selection to the ISCA All-District and All-State First Teams as well as the ISCA Academic All-State squad ... three-time member of the ICGSA All-State First Team and four-time selection to the All Hoosier Crossroads Conference Team ... was honored four times by the Indianapolis Star, being named to its All-Metro West First Team ... voted three times as the Star's Metro West Player of the Year and selected to three of the newspaper's Super Teams, as a sophomore, junior and senior ... received school MVP honors in her final two seasons ... as a sophomore, finished runner-up in Indiana High School All-America voting and finished third as a junior ... played club soccer for the Carmel Commotion ... led Commotion to four state titles and one regional title.

Personal: Given name is Jill Lauren Sarbaugh ... born Oct. 25, 1985 ... daughter of Ken and Cheryl Sarbaugh ... has one older brother, Keith, and one older sister, Shelly.


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