13 - Jessica Clee
Jessica Clee
Height: 5-7
Year: Junior
Hometown: Millbrae, Calif.
High School: Sacred Heart Prep
Position: OF

AS A JUNIOR IN 2005: Named to the Pacific Coast Softball Conference second team ... named Most Valuable Offensive Player by teammates ... led the team with a .305 batting average ... was the only Bronco to start in all 57 games ... had an eight-game hitting streak and totaled 51 hits, the season's best ... mark also ties for fourth best in program's single-season listings ... led the team with 27 runs scored ... hit four homeruns in five games and finished the season with 10, the season's best homerun total ... RBIs (43) and slugging percentage (.565) set program records for season bests ... is also cementing herself in Bronco career listings, and is now first in RBIs (86), homeruns (21), slugging percentage (.497) and sacrifice flies (5) ... was second on the team with 10 doubles and now has 22 in career for fourth place in the all-time list ... hit a double against Pacific ... hit a triple and scored on a throwing error to lead the Broncos to a 3-2 victory against Cal Poly ... was 2-for-3 at bat against Cal Poly ... hit a three-run homer against Kent State ... named PCSC Player of the week for outstanding performances against UC Riverside and St. Francis ... hit third homerun of the season against defending NCAA Champion UCLA ... hit a homerun against Colorado State in the sixth inning ... clinched fifth homerun of the season against UC Riverside ... added a double, triple and two homeruns against St. Francis and finished 3-for-3 against the Terriers ... registered eighth homerun of the season against Brown ... hit 2-for-2 against Cal Poly ... hit ninth homerun of the season against LMU ... posted 10th homerun of the season against San Diego.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004: Named to the All-PCSC team ... a two-time PCSC Player of the Week honoree ... named Most Valuable Offensive Player by teammates ... leads the team with 30 RBIs and six home runs ... has started 52 games and seen action in all 53 ... opened the season with a solo homer against Long Beach State at the Early Bird Tournament ... smashed a three-run blast later that afternoon, against Illinois-Chicago to lead the Broncos to a 7-1 victory ... went 2-for-3 at the plate the following week against the host 49ers at the Long Beach State Tournament ... went 3-for-3 against the host Cardinal at the Stanford Invitational ... earned first conference honors with outstanding performances in six games to start March, batting a team-leading .429 after going 9-21 at the plate ... hit a two-run homer in the first game against San Jose State , finishing the contest 5-for-5 at the plate ... registered an RBI in each of the Broncos' games against Virginia on Sunday, and went 2-3 with a double in the opener against the Cavaliers, and struck out on only one occasion ... went 3-for-3 in the first game against Saint Mary's on April 18, including a homerun and recorded a double in the second game ... had a career series at San Diego, batting .750 with six RBIs, five runs and no strike outs ... went 4-for-5 in the first doubleheader, posting a triple and a homer, and followed the following afternoon with a grand slam to straightaway center field ... earned weekly conference honors for those performances ... went 3-for-3 against Sacramento State in a must-win game for the Broncos during the race for the league title ... added a triple in the matinee against the Hornets ... returned the next afternoon to close the regular season with a double.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003: In the single-season record books, ties for second with current Bronco teammate Rachel Sherman and past Bronco Kim Maynard with five homeruns, ties for third in slugging percentage with .450, and takes over first in sacrifice flies with three ... in the career record books, ties for first for sacrifice flies with three ... hit fifth homerun of the season on April 18 against San Diego tying for second for most homeruns in a single season ... totaled three RBIs that game ... saw action in 46 games, while starting 45 ... registered 13 RBIs ... had 35 hits, including six doubles and one triple ... posted a .976 fielding percentage ... totaled a .271 batting average ... hit a two-out homerun to right field against UC Santa Barbara, going 2-3 in the game on January 31 ... opened the game against Washington with a homerun ... went 2-for-3 against Southern Utah ... hit a solo homerun to help the Broncos to their 3-2 victory over UC Santa Barbara on March 25 ... recorded a double against Western Washington in the Broncos' 8-2 victory and doubled in the second game as well ... recorded a homerun against Oregon State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Sacred Heart Preporatory in Atherton, Calif. under coaches Hal Bobrow and April Matsu ... earned Girls Private School League first team All-League all four season ... named MVP in 2002 ... helped lead team to Central Coast Section semifinals her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons and advance to CCS her senior year ... team was the GPSL champions in 1999, 2000 and '01 ... helped lead the San Jose Lady Sharks to a 17th place finish at Nationals in 2002 and a 7th place finish at the Canada International Invitational in 2002 ... lettered in volleyball ... named All-County and GPSL first team All-League in 2001 ... was president of Asian Club, member of Sacred Heart Society and Multicultural Executive Board.

PERSONAL: Full name is Jessica Jolene Clee ... parents are Joseph and Helen Clee ... has three sisters ... major is communication.

 

Clee's Career Statistics

 

Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B/3B/HR RBI BB/K SB/SBA
2003 .271 46/45 129 16 35 6/1/5 13 11/23 0/0
2004 .288 53/52 160 20 46 6/2/6 30 11/30 2/3
2005 .304 57/57 168 27 51 10/2/10 43 16/24 4/5
2006 .393 58/58 183 39 72 13/3/11 40 15/25 4/9
Career .319 214/212 640 102 204 35/8/32 126 53/102 10/17