Lady Bears end season in College Station
Lady Bears punch ticket to finals on no-hitter, run rule wins
Lady Bears late rally unable to overcome eight-run deficit
Lady Bears match program record with four first team honorees
Lady Bears open postseason facing McNeese
June 1, 2017
Photos from Baylor vs. Washington at the Judy Garman Classic on 3/4/17.
Athletics - Softball vs. Texas (UT) - Getterman Stadium -03/25/2016
BIG 12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
NFCA ALL-CENTRAL REGION THIRD TEAM
ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM
BIG 12 SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
GETTERMAN CLASSIC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Played in and started all 63 games in centerfield ... Continued to be one of the team’s top offensive threats, batting. 356 with nine doubles, 24 RBI and 17 stolen bases ... Posted her second-consecutive season with 70-plus hits, finishing fourth in the Big 12 in hits and ninth in average ... Showed off her skills as one of the best defensive centerfielders in the country, earning recognition as the Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year, the first time an outfielder had won the honor in the award’s history and the first Lady Bear to win it ... 103 putouts with eight assists in 111 chances, good for a perfect 1.000 percentage, just the the third time in program history a player has accomplished that feat ... Had 24 multi-hit games, the fifth-most in a season in program history ... Made another showing on ESPN’s SportCenter Top 10, crashing into the wall in left-center field to save Gia Rodoni’s no-hit bid, and possibly the game, in the seventh frame of the NCAA Waco Regional final, with BU beating No. 12 James Madison (5/21) to advance to the Tucson Super Regional ... Named to the NFCA All-Central Region third team for the second-straight season ... Selected to the All-Big 12 first team ... Earned a spot on the Big 12 Softball Championship All-Tournament Team ... Named to the Getterman Classic All-Tournament Team.
NFCA ALL-CENTRAL REGION THIRD TEAM
HAWAII SPRING FLING ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
Played in and started all 59 games in centerfield ... Enjoyed a breakout season, increasing her batting average nearly .100 up to .356 ... Led the team in at bats (208), runs (48), hits (74), total bases (114) and stolen bases (16) ... Hit her first collegiate home run at Sam Houston State (2/24), finishing the season with six ... Led the team with 22 multi-hit games ... Posted 18 doubles, two shy of teammate and single-season doubles record-breaker Linsey Hays ... Posted a new career-high four-hit outing vs. North Dakota State, including three doubles (3/11) ... Posted a pair of two-home run performances at Iowa State (4/1) and at Texas Tech (4/30) ... Logged 10 total bases at Iowa State, driving in seven RBI (4/1) ... Continued to the outfield defensive effort, recording 72 putouts and a .974 fielding percentage ... Earned a spot on the Hawaii Spring Fling All-Tournament Team ... Earned NFCA All-Central Region third team honors.
ALL-BIG 12 DEFENSIVE TEAM
BIG 12 COMMISIONER’S HONOR ROLL (FALL)
Played in 56 games and started 53, primarily used in centerfield... Picked up 40 hits with 14 RBI, scoring 16 runs and nine stolen bases... Recorded first collegiate hit against Jackson State (2/14)... Flashed her defensive ability against Louisiana-Lafayette, earning a spot in ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 with a home run-robbing, leaping catch in centerfield (5/18)... Named to the All-Big 12 Defensive Team... Named to the fall Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
Played four seasons for head coach Andy Miramontes in centerfield at Lakewood High Schoool in Lakewood, Calif. ... Helped the Lancers to a 10-2 finish as a sophomore in the Moore League, a 12-0 record as a junior in 2013 and a 10-0 mark as a senior in 2014 ... Helped her team to a Moore League Tournament championship in 2013 ... Career .458 hitter in high school ... Three-time Moore League MVP .... Three-time first team All-CIF Division 2 ... Named the Lakewood Youth Softball Performer of the Year ... Named MaxPreps California All-State as a sophomore in 2012 ... Named to the MaxPreps Top 100 Seniors list after her junior season ... Named McDonalds Performer of the Year as a junior ... Played club ball for the Corona Angels in Riverside, Calif.
Full name is Jessica Shelia Scroggins ... Prefers “Jessie” ... 2014 graduate of Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Calif. ... Born in Belflower, Calif. ... Parents are Jesse and Jeri Scroggins ... Brother, Jesse, Jr., played quarterback for the University of Arizona ... Communications major.