At Missouri State: Jessica Teahan returns to the net as a two-time reigning All-MVC first-team goalkeeper.
2010: Teahan repeated as a first-team All-MVC selection after leading the Bears to a second-place finish in the conference for a second-straight season. She was also named to the MVC All-Tournament team after making saves on four of the five shootout attempts by Illinois State to advance the Bears to the finals. Teahan was named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete first team, the CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District VII second team and the NSCAA Scholar All-Central Region second team for her hard work in the classroom.
2009: Teahan stepped into the starting role admirably, recording seven shutouts and a 0.86 goals against average, the third-best single season in both categories. For her stellar play, Teahan was named to the All-MVC first team and earned MVC Defensive Player of the Week honors twice (9/21 and 10/12). Teahan recorded three consecutive shutouts from Sept. 13-18, totaling nearly 426 minutes without allowing a goal, the longest streak by a Bear since 2006. Off the field, Teahan was named to the MVC Scholar-Athlete first team.
2008: The first year letterwinner saw action in four matches, spelling Jackie Jasper in net. Teahan did not allow a goal in 79 minutes of action.
2007: Teahan redshirted her first season with Missouri State.
Background: Teahan led her club team to a national runner-up finish in 2011. She guarded the goal for Kansas 5A state champion St. Thomas Aquinas in Overland Park, Kan., in 2007. The Saints finished 18-1 and were ranked fourth nationally in the NSCAA final poll. The state championship was the third-straight title for St. Thomas Aquinas. Teahan was named the Eastern Kansas League Goalie of the Year and was a first-team all-state, Kansas City All-Metro, all-region and all-conference selection following the season. As a junior, Teahan recorded 10 shutouts for the Saints. Teahan also played between the pipes for the nationally-ranked KC Dynamos club team and was on the Kansas state ODP Team. In 2006, Teahan was selected as a member of the Regional II Pool. Also an outstanding student,Teahan graduated summa cum laude, was a member of the National Honor Society and was a first-team academic all-state honoree.
Personal: Teahan is the daughter of Vince and Sally Teahan and was born August 16, 1989. Her sister, Rachel, attended Missouri State. Teahan is an early childhood education major.