As a Senior (2014):
29 starts in 38 games as the first baseman or designated player…Third on the team for slugging percentage (.521)…Batted .254 overall and .158 in Pac-12 games…2-for-6 for a .333 average with one run and a homer against No. 2 UCLA…Racked up a career-high four RBI against Creighton (2/8) with a grand slam…Back-to-back home run games against Texas (2/23) and Loyola Chicago (3/2)
As a Redshirt Junior (2013):
Appeared in 14 games...Played eight games at first base for the Golden Bears before a leg injury sidelined her until April 17 vs. Santa Clara
As a Junior (2012):
Did not play all season, redshirted due to injury
As a Sophomore (2011):
Spent majority of time at first but also filled in at second and as designated player...Achieved mightily in the postseason with a team-high five RBI...Hit .155, slugged .328 with a .342 on-base percentage...Led the team and the Conference in hit by pitch at 18...Was second on the squad with eight doubles...Also has a program-high hit by pitches in a single season...knocked in a team-high three RBI with two doubles in game three of the Lexington Super Regional
As a Freshman (2010):
Started seven games, played in 20, primarily at second, short and as a pinchrunner...Hit .304 with seven hits, two runs and three RBI and an on-base percentage of .515
American studies major with a focus on sickness and disease
American Studies with a focus in sickness and disease -- aspires to become a registered nurse
Wallaces Breed Athletes:
Excelling on the field is something that comes naturally to the Wallace family. Jordan's father, Melvin, played with the San Diego Chargers. Her mother, Wendy, lettered in softball at Sacramento State.
Why I have my number:
I do pretty much everything in pairs, so I only like even numbers. Plus, Derek Jeter (one of my future husbands) wears No. 2 and he was always a favorite of mine growing up.
I do everything in pairs. I have a purple pack of skittles before the game, eat pineapple with my pregame meal, listen to the same playlist and write the same few words on my wristband in black permanent marker.