TACOMA, Washington – Jamie Lange's phenomenal 2018-19 year continues to garner awards. Thursday night, Lange received the Tacoma Athletic Commission's award for the 2019 Tacoma-Pierce County Female Amateur Athlete of the Year. She accepted the honor in front of more than 500 attendees at the Champions Dinner in the McGavick Conference Center in Lakewood, Washington.
During Puget Sound's All-Sports Celebration in April, Lange received the Roberta Wilson Award for Most Outstanding Female Student-Athlete. She was named the Northwest Conference Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Year, and she was the Northwest Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Year. Lange helped lead the Puget Sound women's soccer team to the NWC title and an automatic bid for the NCAA D-III Tournament. She led the conference in saves and save percentage. She was also named to the United Soccer Coaches All-West Scholar Team.
Lange returned to the postseason as a member of the Puget Sound women's basketball team, where she helped the Loggers clinch a berth for the NWC Tournament. In addition to garnering NWC Player of the Year, she was also named to the D3hoops.com All-West Region First Team. She led the conference in rebounding, ranked third in scoring, and fourth in field-goal percentage. During a game at Pacific Lutheran in January, Lange reached 1,000 career points with Puget Sound.