AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Named to the Pacific Coast Softball Conference second team ... notched 13 doubles, the third-best single-season total in program history ... 49 total hits is fifth best in the school records ... totals have now set program records for career doubles (36) and walks (70) ... started all 56 games she participated in ... scored a team-best 27 runs ... was third on the team in batting average (.280) ... had two six-game hitting streaks ... totaled 16 RBIs, third best on the team ... finished with seven stolen bases, second best of the season ... registered 7 sacrifice hits ... earned a homerun against Colorado State in the fourth inning ... hit a homerun and went 2-for-2 against Sacramento State ... hit 2-for-3 against Oregon ... batted 2-for-3 against LMU ... went 3-for-3 against Saint Mary's in games one and two ... batted 2-for-2 in the second game against San Diego.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Named to the All-PCSC team ... leads the team with a .310 batting average, 27 runs scored and 14 doubles ... has started all 53 games ... opened the season going 3-for-4 against UC Santa Barbara at the Early Bird Tournament ... recorded a double in the Broncos' home opener against Virginia ... went 2-for-3 against 11th-ranked Washington ... notched another double in a rematch against Virginia at the NIST ... posted two RBIs in the first game against Cal Poly ... notched two doubles to open conference play against Portland State ... picked up eighth double of the season against UC Davis ... went 2-for-2 against Saint Mary's on April 17, registering a homerun and a double ... added a 3-for-4 performance in the second game against the Gaels, including another double ... closed the regular season strong with doubles in both days of action at Sacramento State.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: Named Rookie of the Year by teammates ... in the single-season record books, ties for fifth with 28 runs, fourth in doubles with current Bronco teammates Coresta Salas and Lacey Smale, with nine, and first in walks, with 27 ... finished season fourth in the PCSC in runs scored ... one of two players to start all 55 games ... led team with a .471 average with runners in scoring position going 16 for 34 ... led the team with 43 hits, including nine doubles, two triples and three homeruns ... recorded 23 RBIs ... went 7-8 for stolen bases ... ended the season with a .253 batting average ... was 5-9 at the plate in the doubleheader against Humboldt State ... posted four runs and two RBIs in the doubleheader against San Jose State, including a double in both games ... was named to the Hawaii All-Tournament Team for infield performance at the Chevron Paradise Classic ... posted a two-out triple in the seventh inning to bring in two runs in the Broncos' 3-0 victory in the first game against Fresno State ... hit a triple against Virginia Tech at the NIST ... hit a two-run homer with two outs against Southern Utah ... recorded a double in the second game against UC Santa Barbara ... doubled to center to drive in one run against Western Washington ... recorded the sole hit for the Broncos in the first game against Oregon State and recorded a homerun in the nightcap ... hit a solo homerun and two doubles against San Diego in the April 19 doubleheader ... drove in three runs on a two-out double to ensure the Santa Clara win in the second game against Saint Mary's on April 29.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Westmont High School in Campbell, Calif., where she played for head coach Jon Hennig ... earned Senior of the Year for softball and MVP in 2002 ... was named to the first team All-Central Coast Section her senior year ... was given the Coaches Award as a junior and sophomore ... named first team All-League in 2001, while earning second team recognition in 2000 ... was Offensive Player of the Year her freshman season ... helped lead the Strike Zone to a 7th place finish at Nationals in 2002 and the San Jose Lady Sharks to a 9th place finish at Nationals in 2001 ... hit above .500 in the 2002 Nationals held in Oklahoma ... also lettered in basketball ... earned Senior of the Year and Junior of the Year for basketball ... received MVP her senior and junior year ... earned second team All-League her sophomore and freshman season ... was ASB student body president, a four year lifetime member of California Scholarship Federation, a Link Crew Leader, Key Club member and was a Rally Board Chair.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jennifer Ann Brown ... parents are Lynn and Ann Brown ... father played baseball at San Jose State ... has three brothers ... major is undeclared business.
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