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Catching Up With the Freshmen - Q&A With Jayme Goodwin
Courtesy: Cal Athletics  
Release:  06/18/2010

June 18, 2010

BERKELEY - Freshman Jayme Goodwin came to the Bears by way of nearby Dublin, Calif., with the expectation that she would be a threat on the base paths after excelling as a track prepster. Threaten the opposition she did in 10 appearances, primarily as a baserunner with a stint at third base. In her first year in the Cal uniform, Goodwin scored four runs. CalBears.com recently caught up with the 5-8 utility to see how her freshman campaign went - in the classroom as well as on and off the diamond.

CalBears.com: Now that you've got one year of collegiate softball under your belt - what was the best part of the softball season?
Jayme Goodwin:
The best part of the season was the postseason. Nothing can compare to the adrenaline rush and the excitement that one feels in a do or die atmosphere.

CalBears.com: What was the best part about your fall or spring semester?
JG:
The best part of fall semester was getting to know my teammates.

CalBears.com: After two semesters of college academics, what are you planning on doing differently or the same next semester in terms of school?
JG:
Next semester I am going to participate more in class, because I now know that participation could be the difference between a B+ and an A-.

CalBears.com: What is something you didn't know before you came to Cal but you now know?
JG:
I never knew that there could be so many protests in a year on one campus.

CalBears.com: What was the favorite class you took this year?
JG:
My Law and Order: SVU decal.

CalBears.com: What class are you most looking forward to next semester?
JG:
My music class. Diane Leider and I are taking a singing class together. It's going to be great!

CalBears.com: Was playing at the NCAA Division I level what you expected or more?
JG:
It was more than I expected, but definitely in a positive way.

CalBears.com: What was it like to balance top-notch academics and playing on nationally ranked softball team?
JG:
It was really difficult at times. Balancing school and athletics is an art that is hard to master. It takes a lot of discipline, but it can be done.

CalBears.com: What was the first trip to the postseason like for you?
JG:
It was one of the best experiences of my life. i will definitely remember it forever.


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