Career Highlights

Team Usa

  • 2010 World Champions, Caracas, Venezuela
  • 2010 World Cup Champion
  • 2010 All NPF Team
  • 2010 NPF Regular Season Champions
  • 2010 Nominated for the Women's Sports Foundation Team Sport Athlete of the Year
  • 2009 World Cup Champion
  • 2009 USA Softball Player of the Year
  • 2009 Japan Cup MVP
  • 2009 Japan Cup Champions
  • Silver Medalist at 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China
  • Led team in appearances during the summer with eight and six starts for a 5-0 record and 0.23 ERA
  • Gold medalist at Pan American Games - Made one appearance, a combined no-hitter, at the Pan American Championships.
  • Accounted for 11 of 12 outs in the 4.0 innings pitched, all strikeouts.
  • World Cup Champion - Posted a 1-0 record; worked 11.0 innings with 18 strikeouts, allowing only four hits and one walk.
  • Gold medalist at ISF World Championships - Made two appearances with one start and one win, posted nine strikeouts in 9.0 innings pitched.
  • World Cup Champion - Pitched three innings of relief where she recorded six strikeout
  • Against the Houston Thunder in exhibition, recorded 12 strikeouts in 5.2 innings in first appearance after having son, Ace.
  • Silver medalist at Japan Cup.
  • Silver medalist at World Cup.
  • Posted 0.88 ERA with one win and 11 strikeouts.
  • Member of the 2004 Olympic Gold Medal Softball Team.
  • Selected to the 2004 US Olympic Team.
  • Member of the USA Pan Am Team; Gold Medalist.
  • Member of World Championship Team.
  • Member of the USA Blue Team that won the gold medal at the Pan Am Qualifier in Maracay,Venezuela.
  • Posted a 2-0 record, a perfect game versus Guatemala, with a 0.00 ERA and 27 strikeouts.
  • Placed fifth with USA Blue at the Canada Cup in Surrey, B.C., Canada.
  • Silver medal winner with USA Softball at Junior Women's World Championship.
  • Finished fourth with her club team at the Canada Cup.
  • Gold medalist with USA Softball at Junior Superball.

Chicago Bandits

  • Finished the 2009 season with a 7-2 record and two saves in 49 innings pitched... Posted a 1.76 ERA after allowing just 12 earned runs on the season... Struck out 61 hitters and walked just 23... Ended the campaign with a .212 batting average, collecting seven hits in 33 at-bats... four of seven hits went for extra bases, including three home runs.
  • Jennie was with the USA Olympic Team this season on the "Bound for Beijing Tour." She was in attendance for the Chicago Bandits' Olympic Day (June 15) as the Bandits took on the Canadian Olympic Team. Jennie signed autographs for lucky fans and enjoyed the action of her NPF team. Earlier in the summer, Jennie signed a three-year extension with the Bandits and she will return to pitch in 2009 for the Bandits to help Chicago defend its 2008 NPF Championship.
  • Posted 7-2 record with a minuscule 0.11 ERA... in 66.2 innings, allowed 16 hits and four runs, only one earned... struck out 119 batters... walked 10, allowed one double and no triples or home runs.
  • Jennie competed for both the Bandits and the National Team... ended the season at 1-0 with a 1.13 ERA, fanned eight... tallied a .300 average with one run, three hits, two RBIs, one double and a slugging mark of .400 in just 10 at bats.
  • Member of the All-Star team... Co-Pitcher of the Year... pitched a .88 ERA with 144 strikeouts... allowed 46 hits in 95 innings... earned a .309 batting average going 25 for 81 with 22 RBIs, two doubles, three triples and six homeruns.

Arizona Wildcats

  • Honda Award Winner - Nation's Best Player
  • Top 3 finalist for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year
  • Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year
  • NFCA First-Team All-American
  • Helped team reach the NCAA Women's College World Series, where it finished second
  • Women's College World Series All-Tournament Team
  • NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
  • First-Team All-Pac-10 and All-Pacific Region
  • Two-time Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week
  • Extended NCAA record for consecutive wins to 60
  • UA's co-winner of the Ruby Award, presented to the outstanding female senior student-athlete
  • Honda Award Winner - Nation's Best Player
  • Helped her team win the NCAA Women's College World Series
  • Women's College World Series Most Outstanding Player
  • Pac-10 Pitcher of the Year
  • Finished the season 32-0, the NCAA record for wins in a season without a defeat
  • NFCA First-Team All-American
  • First-Team All-Pac-10 and All-Pacific Region
  • NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team
  • Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week
  • Finished the season with a streak of 40 consecutive victories - No. 2 in the NCAA record book.
  • Struck out a career-high 14 twice, against South Carolina and Stanford, plus had back-to-back 13 K games against the Cardinal
  • Struck out 10 or more in one seven-start stretch
  • The first baseman or designated player when not pitching, she had a batting average of .309.
  • Hit three grand slams and had 11 home runs
  • Drove in nine runs in one game against Oregon, which tied for the second-best single-game figure in NCAA history and matched former UA slugger Laura Espinoza's record
  • NFCA First-Team All-American (29-2 with 0.79 ERA, 16 home runs and .327 average)
  • First-Team All-Pac-10
  • NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player (3-0, including no-hitter, with 0.35 ERA)
  • Helped secure team's appearance at NCAA Women's College World Series
  • As first baseman she recorded a .983 fielding percentage in 287 chances
  • Led the team at the plate in Pac-10 play with a hitting average of .370
  • Had a hitting streak of 14 games
  • Honorable Mention All-Pac-10
  • Helped team advance to NCAA Women's College World Series
  • NCAA Regional Most Outstanding Player (3-0, including no-hitter)
  • 24 pitching victories in 1999 is second only to teammate Becky Lemke's 25 (1998) among Arizona freshman performances
  • Led the team with 14 doubles and 21 extra-base hits
  • Led the team most of the year and finished second with seven home runs
  • Turned in a .990 fielding percentage in 192 chances at the bag
  • Threw a no-hitter vs. Southwest Texas State in NCAA Regional play, plus had a one-hitter vs. Kansas and a two-hitter vs. Maryland in the same tournament, earning NCAA Region 2 Most Outstanding Player honors
  • Hit .353 with four doubles, a home run and six RBI to help the Cats win the Regional
  • Had multiple hits in 12 games

La Mirada High School

  • La Mirada High School, La Mirada, CA
  • Career record of 50-12, with six perfect games, 13 no-hitters, 14 one-hitters, 0.15 ERA and 784 strikeouts
  • Three-time First-Team All-Suburban League, All-CIF Division II and team MVP
  • Four-time Suburban League Champions
  • Two-time League MVP (1997-98)
  • School's Female Athlete of the Year 1998, as well as Athletics Director's Female Athlete of the Year 1998
  • Chosen by Jump Magazine as the No. 1 high school recruit
  • Earned four softball letters for four different coaches, two in basketball and two in volleyball... Pitcher, first baseman and shortstop in softball
  • Team captain her senior year in softball, senior year in volleyball and last two years in basketball...
  • Basketball team MVP final two years
  • Softball honors include three-year team MVP award, Suburban League MVP final two seasons, first-team All-Suburban League three years, All-CIF Division II, three years, Whittier Daily News All-Area three years, Long Beach Press-Telegram Softball Dream Team final two years and Press-Telegram's Player of the Year in 1998.
  • Member of National Championship teams at 12 &under (1993), 14 &under (1995) and 18&under Gold (1997), plus a No. 2 finish in 1998 and a fourth-place in '92
  • Member of the Team USA for inaugural Junior Superball international competition - gold-medal winners over Australia in June 1998
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Good stuff.

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Jennie Finch
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Absolutely loved being back on the field, working with pitchers!

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