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2011 (Senior): Led a Husky defense that recorded nine shutouts ... one of three team captains ... played in all 18 games, getting 17 starts at left back ... named to the Second-Team All-West Region ... NSCAA Second-Team Scholar All-American ... First-Team All-Pac-12 ... four-time First-Team Pac-12 All-Academic honoree ... ESPN Academic All-District VII selection ... selected to TopDrawerSoccer.com's Team of the Week for Week 9 ... had career-highs in assists (5), points (5), and tied his career-high in shots (17) ... was part of the defense that didn't allow a single shot against Loyola Chicago (Sept. 2) in the Portland/Nike Invitational ... assisted Dylan Tucker-Ganges in the game-tying goal against No. 22 Florida Gulf Coast on Sept. 4 ... had his second assist of the year against Stanford on Oct. 21 ... set up Jacob Hustedt's goal in the 39th minute against No. 20 San Diego State on Oct. 30 ... recorded two assists in his final game against Oregon State, setting up Hustedt's sixth season goal and assisting on a corner kick to Casey McCool ... had six shots on goal ... finished with 17 points and was tied for first on the team in assists.
2010 (Junior): Earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 ... First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic ... NSCAA Scholar All-West Region ... First-Team Academic All-District VIII ... WSAAC Rep ... was one of three guys to play and start in all 18 games ... led the team with a .706 shots on goal percentage ... had two assists, two points, 17 shots and 12 shots on goal ... earned his first assist on the year on Matt Van Houten's goal in the 84th minute vs. Gonzaga on Sept. 22 ... also assisted John Crenshaw in the 22nd minute at Cal on Oct. 31 ... took a season-high two shots on goal vs. Cal on OCt. 10 and at Stanford on Oct. 29.
2009 (Sophomore): Earned First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic and Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 honors ... one of four Huskies to start all 18 matches ... scored a goal - the first of his career - and chipped in two assists, the latter of which tied for second on the squad ... ranked sixth on the team with four points ... took 17 shots ... was the team's specialist on re-starts ... both of his assists came in UW's 3-1 win over Cal Poly in the Husky Fever Classic ... assisted on the first two goals of the match, both by Ryan Moore ... scored his first career goal in UW's 2-1 loss at UCLA ... curled in a free kick just six minutes into the match ... fired two shots in a match on four occasions, all in Pac-10 play.
2008 (RS-Freshman): Named to Pac-10 All-Academic First-Team ... played in 16 matches, starting 13 ... became a fixture in the starting backline in late September ... tallied two assists and took six shots ... got the starting nod in collegiate debut versus Fairleigh Dickinson (Aug. 29) ... helped contribute to shutouts at Furman (Sept. 7), versus Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 19) and versus Stanford (Oct. 3).
2007 (Freshman): Used redshirt season due to injury.
2007 graduate of Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, Wash. ... two-year letterwinner and team captain as a senior ... Seattle Times' first-team all-state selection as a senior ... shared King-Co Co-MVP honors with former UW teammate Taylor Mueller and named to Seattle Post-Intelligencer All-Area Team in 2007 ... two-time All-King-Co selection including a First-Team nod as a senior and Second-Team as a junior ... helped lead squad to three straight 4A state tournament appearances including a third-place finish in `05 and a fourth-place standing in `07 ... played for Emerald City FC (2005-07), Eastside FC (2003-05) and FC Alliance (1999-03) ... led Emerald City FC to quarterfinal finish at 2007 Regionals in Las Vegas, Nev., a second-place finish at 2006 Regionals in Boise, Idaho and first-place at the 2005 Nomads Thanksgiving Tournament in San Diego, Calif.
Jamie Alan Finch...born in Bellevue, Wash. ... parents are Janice and David Finch ... has a sister, Lindsay ... mother Janice competed in track and field at Washington (1978-1982) ... father (`84) and grandfather Frank Nomiyama (`52) are also UW alums.