Jamie Plummer, Women's Basketball, UMA

Jamie Plummer, Women's Basketball, UMA

(UMA) -- Over a three game span against very difficult NCAA Division III matchups, Plummer averaged 23.7 points and pulled in 12 rebounds per game. Plummer capitalized on her versatility, being able to hit from beyond the perimeter and also muscle inside the paint. She continues to be a threat through double and triple teams. 

Jamie Plummer, a co-captain of the basketball team, is the daughter of Kim and Dale Plummer.  Plummer enters her fourth year as a Lady Moose as a Biology major.  The 6'1 forward came to UMA from Richmond High School.  While at Richmond she earned the basketball MVP honors as a junior and senior.  She was a 1000 point scorer, a McDonalds all-star, and selected as the East-West basketball player of the year in both 2012 and 2013. Jamie served as basketball captain both her junior and senior years.  She was selected as class D outstanding player and honored with the Patricia Gallagher Award.

In her three years playing for the Moose, Plummer is already the all-time leading scorer with 1603 career points, she also had 559 points and shot 49% in the 2014-15 season, good for second all time in each category.  In 2015-16 she grabbed 349 rebounds which is the most any player has in a single season for the Moose.  Plummer helped the Lady Moose earn their first bid to the USCAA National Tournament in 2014, and their second in 2016.

Both Plummer’s parents were collegiate athletes.  Her mom, Kim, ran track and her father, Dale, played baseball, both at UMaine Orono.

In her spare time, Plummer enjoys dancing, horseback riding, going to church, and spending time with her friends and family.