Jamie Hatheway

#91 Jamie Hatheway

HOMETOWN Trenton, Ontario (Durham Junior Lightning)

2011-12 (Junior)
Started the season at forward but moved back to blueline mid-season and found niche appearing in 17 straight games from Dec. 30 until the first game of the WCHA playoff series versus North Dakota Feb. 24...Did not score a point but was vital cog for BSU’s defensive core at the end of the season...Skated in 19 games overall.

2010-11 (Sophomore)
  • Academic All-WCHA
Laced up the skates of 23 games...Recorded 15 shots on goal...Saw time at both ends of the ice playing at both the winger and defense positions.

2009-10 (Freshman)
Saw action in 27 games netting two goals...Scored first collegiate goal on Feb. 6, 2010 against Wisconsin in the Culver’s Camp Randall Hockey Classic...Second goal was the game-winner in  Game 2 against St. Cloud State in the WCHA Playoffs...Totaled 23 shots on goal.

Prior to BSU
Played for the Durham Junior Lightning in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League before joining the Beavers...Attended the NAHA Tournament Labor Day weekend and also attended the U18 National Championships with Team Ontario Blue...Team placed fourth, which was its best finish ever...During the 2007-08 season, she played in the PWHL for the Whitby Wolves IntAA...Attended the Stoney Creek Tournament and was part of tournament champion Durham West...In 2006-07, she played in the OWHL Midget AA for the Whitby Wolves...Also played for the Trenton Golden Hawks in both the Boys Major Bantam and Boys Minor Bantam...Played varsity soccer and was the high school soccer MVP in 2008...Was on the honor roll all four years...High school coaches were Brian Meindl, David Lanovaz, and Jeff McDougall.

Daughter of Tim and Tracy Hatheway and was born April 15, 1991...Majoring in marketing communication with a minor in math.