Mill Creek, Wash.
Henry M. Jackson High School
|Jadyn Edwards NCAA Statistics Page|
|Signed: February 7, 2018|
|Academic All-American – First Team – 2022|
|Academic All-American – First Team – 2021|
|United Soccer Coaches All-Region – Third Team – 2022|
|Academic All-Region – 2022|
|United Soccer Coaches All-Region – First Team – 2021|
|Academic All-Region – 2021|
|United Soccer Coaches All-Region – Second Team – 2020|
|Mountain West Conference Regular-Season Champion – 2022|
|Mountain West Conference Tournament Champion – 2021|
|Mountain West Conference Regular-Season Champion – 2021|
|Mountain West Conference Regular-Season Champion – 2020|
|Mountain West Conference Regular-Season Champion – 2018|
|Mountain West All-Conference – First Team – 2022|
|Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year – 2021|
|Mountain West All-Conference – First Team – 2021|
|Mountain West All-Conference – First Team – 2020|
|Mountain West All-Conference – Second Team – 2019|
|Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Week – 11/4/2019|
|Mountain West Conference All-Tournament Team – 2022|
|Mountain West Conference All-Tournament Team – 2021|
|Mountain West Academic All-Conference – 2021|
|Mountain West Scholar Athlete – 2021|
|Mountain West Academic All-Conference – 2020|
|Mountain West Scholar Athlete – 2020|
|Mountain West Academic All-Conference – 2019|
|Mountain West Scholar Athlete – 2019|
|Mountain West Academic All-Conference – 2018|
|Mountain West Scholar Athlete – 2018|
|Career Single-Game Bests
|Shots on Goal||6||9-9-2021||Northern Arizona|
|8-21-2022||Cal State Bakersfield||3||W, 4-2|
|9-9-2021||Northern Arizona||3||W, 6-2|
|4-17-2021||San Diego State||2||W, 3-2|
|11-1-2019||San Diego State||3||W, 6-0|
4 Total – Red: 2019 (Sophomore, 1); Gray: 2020/2021 (Junior, 2); Turquoise: 2022 (Senior, 1).
|Career Summary (2018-2022)|
At end of career ranked first in UNM history in assists with 24 and games played with 94…ranked second in shots with 274…ranked tied for second in games started with 92…ranked third in goals scored with 31 and in points with 86…ranked fourth in game-winning goals with nine…ranked sixth in minutes played with 6,973…notched three hat tricks and four multi-goal games…five-time Mountain West Conference champion…four-time Mountain West all-conference…three-time United Soccer Coaches all-region…two-time Academic All-American…four-time Mountain West Scholar Athlete and academic all-Mountain West.
|2022-23 (Senior) – #26|
Third-team all-region selection by the United Soccer Coaches…named a first-team Academic All-American by College Sports Communicators for the second straight season…first-team all-Mountain West selection…named a Mountain West all-tournament team selection…led the team and ranked second in the conference with eight goals scored…tied for the team lead with four assists…led the team and ranked second in the conference with 20 points, which was 14th-most in UNM single-season history…started all 19 matches…led team and the conference with 81 shots taken, which was the fourth-most shots in UNM single-season history…led the team with an average of 0.42 goals per game…completed fourth-career hat trick with three goals on Aug. 21 in UNM’s 4-2 win over CSU Bakersfield…scored two game-winning goals…had a season-high seven shots in three different matches…had a season-high four shots on goal on Oct. 16 against Nevada…played a season-high 110 minutes on Nov. 2 against San Jose State…totaled 1,482 minutes on the season for an average of 78.0 minutes per game…academic all-district selection for the second straight season…helped the Lobos to their third straight Mountain West regular season title.
|2021-22 (Junior) – #26|
First-team all-region selection by the United Soccer Coaches…became first player in program history to be a first-team Academic All-American selection by CoSIDA…started in all 21 minutes, racking up 1, 692 minutes on the pitch… led the team with 11 goals, which was the sixth-most in UNM single-season history…led team with nine assists, which was tied for third-most in UNM single-season history and was one away from the single-season record…totaled 31 points, which was tied for third-most in UNM single-season history…fired off a team-leading 88 shots, including 38 on goal… recorded three game-winning goals, including in the 1-0 win over Boise State, in the 2-0 win over Colorado College and the golden goal game winner in overtime in the 2-1 win over Boise State in the MW Championship game…88 shots taken were second-most in UNM single-season history…named Mountain West All-Conference First Team and All-Tournament Team… also named the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year at the conclusion of the season… earned Mountain West All-Academic and Scholar-Athlete honors…helped the Lobos to their second straight Mountain West regular-season title and to the Mountain West tournament title.
|2020-21 (COVID Junior) – #26|
Second-team all-region selection by the United Soccer Coaches…played exactly 1,000 minutes on the season, starting all 13 matches…recorded three goals and three assists on the season, tying for third on the team with nine points…named First Team All-Mountain West…made her biggest impact in the Mountain West Final, giving UNM a 2-1 lead in the second half and then scoring the game-winning goal in overtime to give UNM a 3-2 win and the Mountain West title, sending UNM into the NCAA Tournament…also had a game-winning goal against Utah State in a 3-0 victory…had assists against Colorado State in both matches as well as against TCU in the second round of the NCAA College Cup…named Mountain West All-Academic and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete…helped the Lobos to the Mountain West regular-season title.
|2019-20 (Sophomore) – #26|
Second-team all-Mountain West selection…led the Lobos with 18 points on six goals and six assists…posted the most points in a single game (7) in the Mountain West on the season with three goals and an assist on Nov. 1 against San Diego State…posted 39 shots, 19 on goal, for a .487 shot on goal percentage…finished tied for seventh in the Mountain West in points per game (0.90)…finished ninth in the league in assists (6) and tied for eighth in assists per game…finished tied for sixth in the conference in total points with 18…named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week on Nov. 4…named to the 2019 Academic All-Mountain West Team…earned 2019-20 Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award.
|2018-19 (Freshman) – #26|
Played in all 21 games, started in nine…netted three goals and two assists on the season for a total of eight points…scored the game-winning goal on October 26 as the Lobos defeated SDSU 3-1…played a career-high of 98 minutes on November 1 in UNM’s 2-1 victory over Wyoming…saw a total of 1,090 minutes on the field…helped the Lobos to the Mountain West regular-season title.
|Jackson High School (Class of 2018)|
Edwards was an all-state player for Jackson High School after scoring 18 goals and adding 17 assists her senior season … She was selected the 2017 Everett Player of the Year … Named All-Wesco First Team her sophomore, junior and senior year (second team as a freshman) … Helped Jackson win the District and Wesco championships from 2014-17 and to a second-place finish at state in 2014 … Played club for Greater Seattle Surf and helped the team be a 2017 State Cup Finalist … Owns a 3.9 GPA and was Gold Honor Roll all four years in high school.
Edwards on choosing UNM: “I chose to play soccer at The University of New Mexico because I could tell the atmosphere of the team was something I wanted to be a part of. I have wanted to play at a competitive collegiate level and I know UNM will fulfill that. The change in weather was also a huge plus. Most importantly, the health science program at this school is great. I am excited to be a Lobo!”