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Jenn Reynolds
Jenn  Reynolds


Clovis, Calif.

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First Team All-Big Ten, 2006

Lion Career

2007: Started 45 of the 47 games she played... had two hits, including a homerun in 9-8 loss to UNLV (2/23)... had her best outings of the season in Florida Atlantic Miken Classic... pitched two complete game one-hitters, including a shutout victory over Florida Atlantic for the Classic title (3/4)... also hit well in the Miken Classic, finishing with six hits... had two singles in 10-1 win over Columbia (3/2)... tied a school-record for RBI in a game with five in championship game against FAU (3/4), hit a three-run double and followed up with a two RBI home run... had two hits and three RBI, also scored two runs in win over BYU (3/10)... hit the game-winning RBI single in 6-5 nine inning win at Fullerton (3/15)... cracked a two-run homer in close loss to Louisiana-Lafayette (3/17)...pitched a four-hit shutout against St. Francis (3/28), also smacked a two-RBI double...hit a two-run double in upset win over No. 7 Northwestern (4/15)... went 2-for-2 against Bucknell, scoring two runs (4/24)... pitched a shutout against Bucknell (4/24)... hit only the second triple of her career in 7-8 loss to Bucknell (4/24)... hit a solo homer in win over Indiana (4/28)... delivered a sacrifice fly in sixth inning at Maryland to bring home the game-winning run (5/2).

2006: Selected first team All-Big Ten as a utility player after an outstanding conference season... started 48 games including 15 as a starting pitcher... made a total of 21 appearances in the circle... posted a 10-3 record pitching including seven complete games and five shutouts... she had 82 strikeouts and a 1.31 ERA on the season (second best on the staff) allowing 17 earned runs in 91 innings... had a team-best 1.39 ERA in Big Ten games... also had one save on the year... had 31 hits, batting .254 (.306 in Big Ten play)... scored 11 runs... had five homeruns, including a team-high four in Big Ten action, and four doubles on the season... had 16 RBIs, six coming in conference play... her slugging percentage was a team-high .553 in Big Ten play... had seven multiple-hit games, including a 3-for-3 outing with two homeruns, three RBIs, scoring three runs vs. Illinois (4/9, game 2)... she also had homeruns against Detroit Mercy (3/7), Purdue (3/31) and at Minnesota (4/15), which was the gamewinner in the top of the second inning... went 2-for-2 with a double and a walk vs. Longwood (2/18)... had four multiple RBI performances, with her high of three coming vs. Detroit Mercy (3/7) and Illinois (4/9)... also drove home two RBIs in a pair of contests: vs. North Dakota State (2/26) and at Purdue (3/31)... struck out a season-high 10 batters vs. North Dakota State (2/26) in a complete game victory.

2005: Led the team with seven game-winning RBIs, including two home runs... had 17 extra base hits, 11 multiple-hit contests and 10 multi-RBI games... started all 59 games for the Lions at either designated player, pitcher or first base... tallied 32 RBIs, third highest on the team... posted an ERA of 1.92 on a 7-5 record... helped lead Penn State to victory over Rutgers (3/12) at the Speedline Tournament by blasting a hit over the right field fence at the top of the second to score the game-winning run... hit a three-run game-winning home run vs. Purdue (4/30) in the bottom of the first... placed a two-RBI single in the bottom of the fifth vs. Central Michigan (3/8) to push the Lions to the 9-1 win... was hit by a pitch to end an extra inning contest vs. North Carolina (3/19) in nine innings, sending home the winning run... connected with a two-RBI double in Penn State's second upset of then-No. 18 Nebraska (3/20) in the consolation championship game of the KIA Klassic... defeated Michigan State (4/10) with a two-run double in the bottom of the third... her single vs. Pittsburgh (4/13, game 2) was the game-winner for the Lions... pitched a season high six innings and struck-out six against Tennessee Tech (3/10) to lead the Lions to a 1-0 victory... also struck out a season high six vs. St. Francis (3/30, game 2) in 4.2 innings of work.

High School
Garnered first team All-America and Fresno Player of the Year her senior year after earning second team All-America recognition her junior year and third team All-America her sophomore year... named California Sophomore Player of the Year... team was third in nation 2002 and league champions 2002-04... District champions in 2003... team captain one year... earned four varsity letters for Clovis... was an NFCA Academic All-American from 2001-04.

The daughter of Russ and Karen Reynolds, her full name is Jennifer Whitney Reynolds... looks to major in kinesiology... has an older sister Briana [23]... born on December 25, 1985...she enjoys listening to music.

Coach's Quote
"Jenn is ready to catapult into her Junior season. I am so proud of how Jenn really challenged herself in the off-season. With the departure of Missy Beseres, Jenn is anxious to be a consistent force in the starting rotation. She has worked very hard to develop her pitches and will be critical to our success this season."


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