16 - Jamie Schloredt|
|Previous School:||Woodland HS|
Put together one of the most impressive seasons in school history...named first team all-PCSC for the third time, and was selected unanimously as the league’s player of the year...also named second team all-West Region...led the team and PCSC in batting average (.408), slugging percentage (.737), on-base percentage (.513) and home runs (12)...also second in the league with 35 walks and 112 total bases, and third with 39 RBIs...become the second player in Sacramento State history to hit at least .400 in a season (Lindy Winkler in 2006)...among the nation’s leaders, Schloredt ranked 19th in on-base percentage, 31st in slugging percentage, 32nd in batting average, 36th in walks and 68th in home runs...set the Sacramento State single-season record in home runs and walks...already the school career record holder in home runs (25), RBIs (112), batting average (.368) and walks (77)...led the team with 19 multiple-hit games, and hit safely in 36 contests this year...had a career-best 11-game hitting streak from April 20-May 16, and hit .472 (17-for-36) with 11 runs, three home runs, eight RBIs and eight walks over that span...named PCSC Player of the Week three times (Feb. 20, April 14 and April 29) and has received the weekly honor six times during her career...lifted her batting average 68 points over the final 20 games of the season...defensively, she committed just one error (.996 fielding percentage) and threw out 38.8 percent (19-of-49) of runners trying to steal a base...against conference competition, Schloredt batted .509 with a .608 on-base percentage.
Started all 48 games in which she appeared...that included 42 starts at catcher and six at designated player...earned first team all-PCSC honors for the second straight year after leading the Hornets in batting average (.361), home runs (7), RBIs (31), total bases (85), slugging percentage (.590), on-base percentage (.432), multiple-hit games (17) and multiple-RBI games (8)...defensively, she went the entire season behind the plate without committing an error and threw out 18 runners attempting to steal a base...had a pair of six-game hitting streaks...hit safely in 29 games...had 10 doubles, the team’s second highest total of the season...named PCSC Player of the Week on Feb. 12 and May 1.
One of three Hornets named first team all-Pacific Coast Softball Conference...started all but two games, including 45 starts at catcher and eight as the team’s designated player...hit .333 with 11 doubles, six home runs, a team-best 42 RBIs, 28 walks, a .456 on-base percentage, a .535 slugging percentage and three sacrifice flies...set the Sacramento State Div. I single-season record for RBIs (42)...batted .400 with runners in scoring position and .386 with runners on base...named PCSC Player of the Week on April 3...had eight multiple-RBI games, including three games with at least four RBIs...averaged nearly one RBI per game (0.76)...caught a pitching staff that finished the season with a 2.42 ERA...hit safely in 32 games...became just the fourth Sacramento State freshman in the last 10 years to hit better than .300...also hit .333 against conference competition with five doubles, two home runs and 17 RBIs...among PCSC leaders, she was second in RBIs, third in walks, fifth in on-base percentage and tied for fifth in doubles.
A 2005 graduate of Woodland High School...played four years of softball and three years of volleyball for the Wolves...a four-time all-league selection (first team in 2003-05), she was named Sierra Foothill League MVP in both 2003 and 2005...a three-time first team all-area selection and was named the Woodland Hall of Fame Athlete of the Year in 2005... during her senior year, she batted .492 (16th in the area) with 17 extra-base hits (including six home runs), a .598 on-base percentage and a 1.031 slugging percentage...hit .467 with a .543 on-base percentage as a junior.
Born Oct. 16, 1987...parents are Donald and Vicki Schloredt...a criminal justice major...brother, Evan Schloredt, played baseball for Fresno City College...club teammates with current Hornets Whitney Loomis and Rachel Miles on Nor-Cal Lite.