Honors and Awards
- Nebraska's Most Inspirational Player Award (1994)
Although she only played in 15 of the 18 during the 1995 season, Jamie Riley finished third on the team in points with 17. She notched seven goals and three assists, including the game-winning goal versus Loyola-Chicago on Sept. 10.
Riley finished second on the team in total points with 17. She led the Husker with 11 assists and chipped in three goals. Riley scored a point in 10 of 18 games and scored the game-winning goal in the season finale at Arizona. In addition, Riley had a two-goal game versus Teikyo Westmar and added two assists against Marquette. She also led the Huskers with three game-winning assists and won NU's Most Inspirational Player Award.
Riley earned three letters for Viewmont High School, the 1994 Utah 5A state champions. As a senior, she poured in 23 goals and earned Utah player-of-the-year honors in 1994. She also earned one letter in basketball as a sophomore in 1992.
Riley's club team, Devastation, made it to the Far West Regional semifinals in 1992 and 1993.
The daughter of Betty Riley, Jamie has one sister, Lisa Summers, 31, and a brother, Terry Crawford, 28. She was born June 28, 1976.