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Chantel Jones

Chantel Jones LR

Teams: Washington Spirit
Position: Goalkeeper
Hometown: Midlothian, VA
Age: 26 (07/20/1988)
Height: 5-11
College: University of Virginia
Last Club: Perth Glory FC/Washington Spirit

Overview
Chantel had a standout college career playing goalkeeper at the University of Virginia, where she currently holds the NCAA record for the most career shutout, with 47. Jones represented the United States at the 2008 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and is currently in the U.S. Soccer Under-23 pool. She also participated in the 2007 Pan American Games. She recently played professionally Þór Akureyri (Thór) in Akureyri, Iceland before signing with the Spirit.

International Experience
Member of the United States U-23 National Team
Member of the 2008 United States U-20 World Cup team
Played for the U.S. at the 2007 Pan American Games in Brazil
Played for the U.S. at the U-16 and U-17 levels

College Experience
2011 – Started all 24 games of the season. Posted a .77 goals against average. Had 14 shutouts. Broke NCAA career shutout record with 47 career shutouts

2010 – Started 22 games of the season. Posted a .67 goals against average. Had 10 shutouts. 2010 NSCAA All American Fourth Team. 2010 ACC First Team. 2010 NSCAA All Southeast Region First Team

2009- First team VaSID All-State. Started all 22 games of the season. Had 10 shutouts. Posted a 0.77 goals against average

2008 – Missed the season due to international duty at the U-20 World Cup

2007 – 1st Team SoccerBuzz and Soccer America Freshman All-America. 2nd Team SoccerBuzz and 3rd Team NSCAA All-Mid Atlantic Region. 2nd Team All-ACC. VaSID State Rookie of the Year. 1st Team VaSID All-State. Started all 23 games of the season. Tied a school single-season record with 13 shutouts. Set a school single-season record and ranked 3rd nationally with a 0.41 goals against average. In September, set a school record with a 748:07 shutout streak. Played 2204 minutes, the most by a Cavalier goalkeeper in a season


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