Duke Women's Soccer BIO
3 Libby Jandl
Career: Played in 92 career games … started 81 of her last 82 games … helped lead Duke to 38 shutouts.
2012 Summer Action: Played with the New York Athletic Club in the Women’s Professional Summer League (WPSL) ... advanced to the finals of the U.S. National Cup tournament.
Senior (2012): Started all 23 games … named to the Duke Nike Classic All-Tournament Team … recorded an assist in a 5-2 win over Marquette on Sept. 9 … played 90 minutes or more in 17 of the 23 matches … tallied 2,007 minutes, tied for the second highest on the team.
Junior (2011): Started all 27 games ... selected Soccer America Team of the Week and the Primetime Performer of the Week by CollegeSoccer360.com on Aug. 31 ... a key member of a defense that allowed just 13 goals all season and posted a school-record 16 shutouts ... assisted on two goals ... played 90 minutes or more in 20 of the 27 matches ... led the team with 2,366 minutes played.
Sophomore (2010): Earned a spot on the Duke Nike Classic All-Tournament Team ... saw action in all 23 games including 22 starts ... tallied 1,956 minutes, the second highest on the team ... took three shots ... member of a defensive unit that registered 10 shutouts.
Freshman (2009): Played in 19 matches, starting the final nine games of the season … part of the defensive unit that recorded nine shutouts … notched an assist against Alabama A&M … scored her first career goal on her first career shot against Miami … recorded 1,007 minutes on the season.
High School/Club: Four-year letterwinner and starter for Shawnee Mission East H.S. ... as a senior, helped her squad to nine shutouts and scored five goals as a center back ... named 2009 Second Team Spring Girls’ Soccer All-America ... earned first team All-Conference, first team North Eastern Kansas Region, first team All-State, first team All-Johnson County, first team All-Metro and Conference Defensive Player of the Year ... earned All-Conference honors as a sophomore and junior as well... earned the captain nod during her junior and senior seasons ...chosen as Shawnee Mission East High School’s Athlete of the Year as a freshman... contributed to a Kansas Regional Championship as a freshman... served as team captain for her club soccer team, the Dynamos, which were ranked 15th nationally and won the 2008 and 2009 Kansas State Cup Championship ... with the Dynamos, she netted seven goals and had four assists as a central defender ... also excelled as a four-year letterwinner and starter in basketball ... as a junior guard, earned second team All-Conference and honorable mention All-Johnson County honors ... during her senior basketball season, was team captain, earned All-Conference and All-State accolades as a senior hoopster ... led her hoops team to a 62-24 record, which is a school record over a span of four years ... led her H.S. team to state for the first time in 19 years with a 19-5 record ... member of National Honors Society ... earned an International Baccalaureate Degree Diploma ... ranked 3rd out of a class of 462 with a 4.84 GPA ... named a 2009 Kansas Governor’s Scholar ... Art Newcomer Award Winner for S.M.E as a senior ... named as a finalist for the Kansas City Star Scholar Athlete of the Year for the Greater Kansas City Area... nominated by the Kansas City Sports Commission in 2009 as the Kansas Female Athlete of the Year.
Personal: Full name is Elizabeth Gould Jandl ... was born March 27, 1991 and resides in Mission Hills, Kansas ...daughter of George and Ann Jandl ... has two sisters, Kate (28) and Brooke (26), who are both Duke graduates - Kate graduated in 2006 and Brooke graduated in 2008 ... her brother, John (23), played on the soccer team at DePaul University - 2012 graduate ... a 2010, 2011 and 2012 ACC Honor Roll selection ... majored in psychology, while obtaining a minor in economics and her markets and management certificate ... selected to the Dean’s List at Duke in the Fall of 2011 ... All-ACC Academic Team selection as a junior.