2 - Jenice Bartee|
|Previous School:||San Marin HS|
A first team all-PCSC Coastal Division performer and team MVP after batting .289 with 35 runs, six doubles, one triple, four home runs and 13 RBIs...was also a perfect 13-for-13 in stolen base opportunities...one of three players to start all 54 games, and each of those starts came in right field...did not commit an error all season, and set the Sacramento State single-season record with 12 outfield assists...threw out 11 runners at first base that had hit a ball through the right side of the infield...her 35 runs were the second most on the team and tied for ninth most in Hornet Div. I single-season history (1990-pres.)...against PCSC competition, she hit .379 (25-for-66) with 21 runs, four doubles, four home runs, 10 RBIs and six stolen bases...had 13 multiple-hit games...hit safely in 16 of the final 22 games of the season...hit in seven different spots of the batting order (everything but first and ninth), primarily batting fifth...finished her career playing in 164 games, including 145 starts at all three outfield positions...hit .275 for her career with 89 runs (T-6th in school history), 12 home runs (3rd in school history), 19 stolen bases (T-7th in school history) and 24 outfield assists (1st in school history)...named to the Pacific Coast Softball Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll, given to student-athletes who recorded a 3.0 gpa or better during the academic year.
Started 49 games while playing at all three outfield positions...primarily in right field where she started 36 times...a second team all-Pacific Coast Softball Conference selection after batting .411 against league competition, which was the fourth best mark in the PCSC...finished the season on an eight-game hitting streak, and over that span, she batted .591 (13-22) with 12 runs, four doubles, two home runs, six RBIs, a 1.045 slugging percentage and a .640 on-base percentage...that raised her overall batting average 57 points to its season-ending mark of .267...also finished with 33 runs, eight doubles, four home runs, 13 RBIs, five stolen bases and eight sacrifices...of the Hornets’ seven walkoff wins during the season, she scored the game-winning run four times and had a walkoff RBI-double against Cal State Bakersfield...had a team-best seven outfield assists.
Appeared in 43 games, including 29 starts in right field...started 13 of the team’s final 16 games...hit safely in five of her last six games of the season, batting 9-for-18 with a double, triple, home run and 10 RBIs over that span...hit .292 overall, including .357 against conference competition, .370 with runners in scoring position and .361 with runners on base...had a career-best day at San Diego on May 4 after going 3-for-4 with three runs, a triple and career-high six RBIs...the six RBIs were tied for the program single-game record until that mark was broken during the 2010 season by Erin Jones (7)...10 of Bartee’s 17 RBIs came with two outs.
Played in 18 games, including 13 starts in center field...appeared in 18 of the team’s first 24 games before suffering a hand injury sliding into home plate against Illinois at the Capital Classic (March 18)...missed the remainder of the season...in her first collegiate at-bat, she hit a two-run homer off Stanford’s Missy Penna...hit .200 (6-for-30) with two home runs and seven RBIs...did not commit an error in center field...hit in the Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 9 spots in the Hornets’ lineup.
A 2006 graduate of San Marin High School in Novato, Calif...played four years of softball and two seasons of volleyball for the Mustangs...in softball, she was a four-time Marin County Athletic League selection, including the league MVP as a senior after batting .566 with a 1.019 slugging percentage against MCAL competition...named team MVP during both her junior and senior seasons...helped lead the team to North Coast Section championships in both 2003 and 2005...that includes a second place finish at the Western Nationals in 2005...the Mustangs also won a league championship in 2004...as a junior, she hit .438 with a .471 on-base percentage and 11 stolen bases in 12 attempts...served as the school’s co-Senior Class President in 2006.
Born June 29, 1988...daughter of Jim and Grace Bartee...a health science major...one of three Sacramento State student-athletes selected to appear at the NCAA Div. I Regional Leadership Conference (Nov. 7-9, 2008) in San Diego...played for the 18-under California Haze ASA team from 2001-06...helped lead the team to a second-place finish at Western Nationals in 2005.