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Jessica Strickland
Jessica Strickland

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lakewood, Colo.

High School:
Green Mountain

Position:
Pitcher

Experience:
3VL


2006 - Started in all 52 games for the Rams, 26 at pitcher and 26 as a designated player...became the first player to earn two All-American nods in the same season...earned a spot on the All-MWC team for the third straight season...led the team with 29 multiple hit games...tied for first with 11 multiple RBI games...tied for the longest hitting streak on the team with 12...ranked first on the team with 11 MWC batting rankings...ranked first on the team, second in the Mountain West Conference and 24th nationally in batting average, hitting at a .415 clip...led the team in slugging percentage with a .715 which puts her in second in the MWC...her on-base percentage of .443 ranks her first on the team and ninth in the MWC...scored 45 runs on 80 hits putting her second on the team and third in the MWC in both...her 80 hits ranked her second in the school's single season record books...notched 51 RBIs to lead the team, to tie for fourth in the MWC and to rank her seventeenth nationally and fourth in the single season record books...led both the team and the MWC in doubles with 18 which ranks her thirteenth nationally and fourth in the single season record books...notched 12 home runs to lead the team and tie for third in the MWC...her 12 long balls also ranked her second on the single season charts...moved up to second and third in doubles and home runs, respectively, on the school's career charts...ranked first on the team and second in the MWC with 138 total bases...tied for first on the team and first in the MWC with a 1.000 fielding percentage...recorded 80 hits in 193 at bats...recorded 45 runs and 51 RBIs...set a career high six at bats against North Dakota State...recorded a career high two stolen bases against Indiana State...set a season high and tied her career high for two home runs in a game versus Utah...ranked third on the career strikeout chart with 225.

2005- Started in all 51 games for the Rams as a sophomore in 2005...became the first player in CSU history to lead the team in both batting average (.380) and ERA (.204)...set a team record with 19 doubles and ranked fourth nationally with 0.37 doubles per game...led the team with 101 total bases...her 166 at bats ranked first on the team...ranked first with a slugging percentage of .608...led the team with 63 hits...recorded a team-best four sac flies...ranked first with 36 RBI...led the team with five home runs...pitched a total of 161.1 innings, tops on the Rams' staff...ranked second with 93 strikeouts...had the third highest fielding percentage with a .991...ranked fourth with 54 assists...scored 35 times ranking her second on the team...ranked third on the team with a .402 on base percentage of .402...recorded 12 victories and two saves...earned NFCA All-Region first team, All-MWC and Academic All-MWC honors.

2004 - Played in 44 games, 35 as a starter, including 28 pitching appearances, a staff high...her .366 batting average ranked third on the team...scored 22 runs, hit 11 doubles and seven home runs, which tied for third on the team...her .652 slugging percentage ranked second...recorded a fielding percentage of 1.000...recorded a 2.09 ERA, including a team leading 1.29 ERA in conference play...finished the season with an 11-4 record, and seven saves, which tied the single-season record, and ranks second in a career...struck out 55 batters...allowed a pitching staff-low two home runs in 110.2 innings...named MWC Freshman of the Year, First Team All-MWC and NFCA All-Region Second Team.

Green Mountain - Earned four varsity letters for softball and three for basketball...named to All-League first team 1999-2003...Colorado All-State first team 2000-2003...Colorado All State Pitcher of the Year 2001...named 2001 Colorado Sportswoman...Colorado All-State First Team Pitcher of the Year in 2001...Green Mountain HS MVP Award, Batting Award, Ms. Defense Award, Captain Award, Top Hitter Award, and Highest Batting Average Award...earned Special `K' Award for striking out over 900 batters in four years...played club softball with the Colorado Commotion.

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