|High School:||Snohomish HS|
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 1999: Appeared in 65 games, starting all but one... had a game-high five putouts against both UCLA (Feb. 5) and UC Santa Barbara (April 24), 78 total on the season... led the Broncos with 12 sacrifice hits, falling only one sacrifice behind ranking in Santa Clara's all-time top five single season totals... batted .157 over 153 plate appearances... scored 11 runs with two doubles and 24 total hits.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 1998: Showed versatility by playing five positions: right field, left field, second base, third base, and pitcher... appeared in 49 games, making 39 starts...batted .120 with 92 at-bats... one of 11 players to reach double-figures in runs scored, crossing the plate 11 times... finished second on the club with six stolen bases... named to the All-Tournament Team at the San Diego State Invitational.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Snohomish High School, playing second and third base, as well as pitcher, for coach Vince Ivelia... as a senior, batted .327 with two home runs and 16 stolen bases...also set the school record for most RBI... was named the team MVP and earned the Most Hustle Award for the second straight year... named first team All-Area at third base... as a junior led team to a fourth-place finish in the state of Washington... was named team's Most Inspirational Player for a second straight year and was named first team All-Wesco at third base.. .as a sophomore was named first team All-Wesco at second base...also lettered in volleyball and basketball and captained both teams as a senior...was given the Friendship Award in basketball... earned the Most Hustle Award in volleyball and named the team's Most Inspirational Player... was involved in 4-H, her church choir, as well as volunteered at Martha's Soup Kitchen.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jayne Frances Whitney... was a member of the Marysville Magic, one of the top ASA teams in Washington... parents are Jeanne and William Whitney... has five siblings... born December 20, 1978... majoring in marketing.
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