Awards & Honors
Despite the setback, the Omaha native made a huge impact in the first half of the season. Goetzmann started all 10 games to begin the year and tied for fifth with four goals after just one in her first two seasons combined. Goetzmann's scoring accuracy was also among the best on the squad, as she tied for the team-best shot-on-goal percentage (.550), scoring her four goals in 11 attempts on net and just 20 shots overall.
In the classroom, she was named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll during the fall and spring semesters, her fifth and sixth straight awards overall.
Goetzmann guided NU to upsets of No. 25 Kansas on Sept. 26 and No. 8 Texas on Oct. 3. She ended the regular season by posting her first career goal in a 3-1 NU win over Iowa State. She earned a career-high four shots, directing two on goal.
In the classroom, she claimed first-team academic All-Big 12 honors.
Goetzmann's three shots on goal in her first four games earned the midfielder her first career start against Georgia on Sept. 16. She produced her first career points in the next game, as she notched an assist in Nebraska's 5-1 win over Saint Louis on Sept. 21.
Goetzmann went on to make eight consecutive starts, including a three-shot performance against Oklahoma in a 1-0 NU win on Sept. 28. The Huskers' win over the Sooners moved Nebraska to 12-0 all-time in Big 12 openers. She finished the season with 12 shots in 19 appearances, including nine starts. She notched four shots on goal.
A clutch performer for Millard North, Goetzmann scored the opening goals in the Metro Conference finals in both 2006 and 2007. The goals helped the Mustangs to the 2006 state title and a 2007 third-place finish.
Goetzmann's Career Statistics
Goetzmann's Career Highs