Jackie Erdkamp saw action in two games for the Huskers in 1998, starting one of those for NU. She had seven saves, while allowing three goals for a 2.33 goals-against average. She finished the season with a 0-1-0 record.
Erdkamp was Nebraska's No. 3 goalkeeper as a redshirt freshman in 1997. She appeared in four games, allowing one goal in 39 minutes for a 2.31 goals-against average. She assisted in two shutouts.
Erdkamp was Nebraska's No. 3 goalkeeper while redshirting as a true freshman in 1996.
Erdkamp was one of the top players in the state of Nebraska in 1996. She earned first-team All-Nebraska and first-team All-Metrol Conference honors while leading Papillion-LaVista to a district championship in 1996. Erdkamp also played in the Shrine Soccer Classic. She earned honorable-mention All-Nebraska honors in 1994 and 1995. In 1994, she led the Monarchs to the state final.
Erdkamp was also a standout basketball player for the Monarchs and earned three varsity letters. She captured All-Metrol Conference honors in basketball in 1996 and was named Academic All-Metro Conference in 1995.
Erdkamp continued to improve her techniques during the summer of 1997 as a goalkeeper for the West Omaha Hot Shots Under-20 club team. Erdkamp and former Husker Stephanie Vacek led the Hot Shots to the USYSA Region II semifinals. Along with her achievements on the soccer field and the basketball court, Erdkamp has been active in community projects. in 1996, she was named the Outstanding Teen of LaVista. She was also the runner-up for the same award in 1994.
The daughter of James and Jackie Erdkamp, Jackie has four brothers, John, 32, Ron, 30, Mike, 26, Joe, 22, and one sister, Noel, 18. Jackie's brother Joe throws the hammer and discus for the Nebraska track and field team. Jackie was born Nov. 2, 1977.