Jane Campbell has been named the 2023 NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year after turning in a stellar season for the Houston Dash.
The 28-year-old from Kennesaw, Georgia, turned in a career year, with her highest saves total (91) and lowest goals-against average (0.83) across her six NWSL seasons. The Dash selected Campbell out of Stanford in the 2017 NWSL draft, and she has spent her entire professional career in Houston.
No other Dash player has won an NWSL end-of-season award in franchise history. Campbell beat out Katie Lund of Racing Louisville and 2022 winner Kailen Sheridan of the San Diego Wave.
“It’s a huge honor,” Campbell said. “I mean, it was an honor to get nominated, and I’m glad Houston got the recognition that the team deserved.”
She led the league in saves and goals against average while playing every minute of the regular season. She also conceded the fewest goals (18) and had eight shutouts across 22 appearances, even though she ranked third in the league in shots on target faced (108).
With Campbell in net, the Dash came within one goal of the NWSL record for fewest goals conceded in a season. The record of 17 was set by the North Carolina Courage in 2017 and matched by the Portland Thorns in 2021.
The NWSL leader in saves, fewest goals conceded, and goals against average.@jane_campbell1 is the 2023 Goalkeeper of the Year! 🧤— National Women’s Soccer League (@NWSL) November 8, 2023
The NWSL leader in saves, fewest goals conceded, and goals against average.@jane_campbell1 is the 2023 Goalkeeper of the Year! 🧤
🙌 There is only 1️⃣ Jane Campbell 🙌#HoldItDown pic.twitter.com/gsgyJ838CX— Houston Dash (@HoustonDash) November 8, 2023
🙌 There is only 1️⃣ Jane Campbell 🙌#HoldItDown pic.twitter.com/gsgyJ838CX