2012 Pac-12 All-Academic
SOPHOMORE (2012): Jerman sat out the first four
games of the season while recovering from a leg injury before playing in the
remaining 16 games and making 15 starts. She headed in the game-winner in the
60th minute in the Buffs' 2-0 victory over Air Force. She played a season-high
96 minutes in back-to-back games to end the season against Arizona State and
FRESHMAN (2011): She led all freshmen on the
team with two goals in her 16 games played, nine of which were starts. She
scored both goals off of just three shots during the Colorado Cup, helping CU
to wins against Colorado College (5-0) and Northern Colorado (3-0). Seven of
her 17 shots were on goal, giving her a freshmen-best percentage of .412.
HIGH SCHOOL: She led her Cheyenne Mountain High School soccer team to the
quarterfinals as a freshman and senior, and the semifinals her sophomore and
junior years. Jerman led her team with 17 goals her senior season, and her
outstanding play had her named to the All-Colorado girls' soccer team. She was
also named the 4A Metro Player of the Year for 2011. Jerman was named 4A
first-team all-conference each year while picking up an all-state second-team
honor her freshman year and then two first-team all-state honors. Her junior
year she was a first-team all-area selection and a Gatorade Player of the Year
nominee. During her sophomore year she was an All-American nominee while
earning a 4A Metro Player of the Year award and a NSCAA All-Region Team honor.
She has made the Principal's Honor Roll all four years at CMHS. She also was a
member of the Pride Predators '93 club team. Her team was Colorado State Cup
Champions in 2006 and '07. In 2008, her club team won the Score at the Shore
Showcase Greensboro Tournament, and in 2009 the team won the Disney Showcase
Division title. She has a wealth of ODP experience as she was a member of the
Colorado team from 2006-10. Jerman's ODP team was crowned Region IV champions
in 2009 and national champions in 2010.
IN THE CLASSROOM: Jerman is majoring in communication.
PERSONAL: Jerman is the daughter of Steven
and Patricia Jerman of Colorado Springs, Colo. She has one older sister,
Katelyn, who played soccer at Hastings College. When Jerman is not playing
soccer, she likes to ski, run, hike, swim and hang out with friends. She
enjoyed volunteering at the local soup kitchen during high school, and she was
a member of Student and Teachers Aiding Humanity (STAH). Jerman looks forward
to playing soccer on Prentup Field, the same field her father played on at CU.
Her father played baseball for Colorado from 1976-79 before signing with the
St. Louis Cardinals organization.