Houston Dash goalkeeper and captain Jane Campbell is staying in Houston through 2024.
No. 1 on the field 𝙖𝙣𝙙 in our hearts 🧡Captain @jane_campbell1 signs through 2024 🤩#HoldItDown— Houston Dash (@HoustonDash) November 16, 2021
No. 1 on the field 𝙖𝙣𝙙 in our hearts 🧡Captain @jane_campbell1 signs through 2024 🤩#HoldItDown
The Dash announced Tuesday that they have signed the goalkeeper to a multi-year extension after she wrapped up the 2021 season with the best goals-against average of her career at 1.05.
“I’m very excited that Jane has committed her future to the Dash,” Head Coach James Clarkson said in a release. “She is an outstanding player and person, who is extremely ambitious. It’s our responsibility to help her achieve all her goals.”
During the 2021 NWSL season, Campbell started in 18 matches while notching 70 saves and four clean sheets. She’s been a pillar of the Dash’s last line of defense for the past five seasons and is one of the longest tenured players in Dash history.
Campbell was also recently called into the USWNT for their friendlies in Australia.
“Re-signing with Houston is an honor,” Campbell said. “The city and the organization are like home to me, so staying here and adding another three years is a tremendous honor. I’m really thankful for everyone who’s supported the team thus far and I know we can get back to work to produce a championship contending team. I’m excited to get back to work. Thank you to Coach James, John Walker and Ted Segal for having faith in me.”