48 of 49 games started in the outfield, in the circle or at first base ... Batted .227 (29-for-128) with 22 RBI and 22 runs scored ... Six multi-hit and three multi-run games ... Went 3-for-3 in back-to-back games: against Seattle (2/9) and George Washington (2/16) ... Scored two runs, drove in two runners and hit a double against the Redbirds ... Collected two RBI in six additional games ... Drew 26 walks, the sixth-most on the program list ... Blasted four triples and three home runs ... Back-to-back homers during a doubleheader against Wagner and Yale (3/15) ... Scored three runs against Yale, the second-most in Penn State history, hitting a home run and triple in that game while driving in two runners ... Stole a team-best six bases, including a pair against Saint Francis (4/2) ... In the circle, fanned 41 batters in 73.1 innings pitched, making 11 starts ... Complete games against Michigan (3/28), Saint Francis (4/2) and Wisconsin (4/19) ... Season-high eight innings pitched against Saint Francis, fanning a 2014-best seven betters and allowing five hits ... One win on the season, versus Bucknell (4/16) ... Two saves: against Appalachian State (2/7) and at Indiana (4/11) ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
Started in 49 of 50 games played ... Started 22 games in the circle, registering a team-best ERA of 3.84 and a 13-17 record in 36 appearances ... Pitched 14 complete games and totaled 175 innings in the circle ... Struck out 101, including a season-high 12 in the shutout vs. Maine (3/9) ... Threw a season-high 7.2 innings at Ohio State (4/14) ... Picked up wins in six complete game efforts ... Posted the third-best batting average on the team at .274 and turned in an on-base percentage of .345 ... Scored 20 runs and collected 28 RBIs on 40 hits ... Led the team with 146 at-bats ... Went 3-for-4 with a home run, a double and a single for a season-high six RBIs while pitching a complete game at New Mexico State (2/16) ... Turned in a 2-for-3 effort vs. UMKC (2/17) with one home run and one single for three RBIs ... Scored and collected an RBI on a single vs. Longwood (3/3) ... 3-for-4 vs. Loyola Chicago (3/6), scoring twice and earning two RBIs ... Went 2-for-3, scoring once and tallying an RBI on a double, a single and a walk vs. Toledo (3/9) ... Doubled twice in the doubleheader at Michigan State (4/3) ... Turned in a 4-for-9 effort in the series at Indiana (4/5-4/7), scoring twice and adding two RBIs with one home run, one triple and two singles ... Went a perfect 3-for-3 with a home run, a triple and a double for two RBIs vs. Saint Francis (Pa.) (4/9) ... Scored three runs and collected an RBI vs. Pitt (4/10) on a single and two walks ... Notched two runs and three RBIs on a home run and a walk in the series at Ohio State (4/12-4/14) ...Drove in a run on a single vs. Illinois (5/9) in the Big Ten Tournament.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Captured the 2011 All-State first team, All-Region first team, All-Metro Area, All-District as well as State and District Player of the Year honors at Briar Woods for head coach Jennifer Traina ... Named to 2010 All-District first team, All-Region first team and All-State second-team along with All-Metro Area first team ... Earned All-District second team in 2009 ... Has earned three letters in softball coached by Jennifer Traina at Briar Woods, helping to lead the team to a state championship ... Played club ball with the New Jersey Intensity under the direction of Kevin O'Donnell ... The Intensity finished in the Top 16 at the 2011 Premier National Tournament ... Also played volleyball and basketball at Briar Woods.
Full name is Macy Jones ... Born May 2, 1994, in Fair Oaks, Va. ... Parents are Michelle and Mark Jones ... Has an older brother, Matthew ... Majoring in energy business and finance ... Intends to attend law school after graduation.
WHY I CHOSE PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because of the feeling I got when first walking on campus. The tradition, the pride, the athletics and the academics are all qualities Penn State strives in that allows them to stand out amongst other schools."