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#10 Victoria Jones
Position: Infield
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Oceanside, Calif.
High School: Vista HS
Experience: 3 Letters

Freshman Follow-Up: Q&A With Victoria Jones (July 28, 2011)

Freshman Feature: Q&A With Victoria Jones (Jan. 12, 2011)

2012 Quick Hits:

  • Caught for Jolene Henderson or played first base
  • Consistent hitter, batted .326, slugged .543, OBP .385

2011 Quick Hits:

  • Exploded in the postseason, hitting .333 (.365 before the WCWS) with three sacrifice hits and four RBI
  • Became Cal's starting second baseman but also caught
  • Upped her batting average to .225 from .196 after the Lexington Super Regional
  • Knocked in 23 RBI
  • Put down team-high six sacrifice hits
  • Was six of seven in stolen bases

Berkeley Regional

  • Hit .364 with one RBI in 11 at-bats, slugging .727
  • Started all five games, four behind the plate and one at first

Women's College World Series (2011):

  • Hit .250 in eight at-bats with one RBI

Lexington Super Regional (2011):

  • Hit a team-best .556, also rocked a .556 in slugging and on-base percentage
  • Had two RBI in game three

Louisville Regional (2011):

  • Tallied a .333 on-base percentage thanks to two walks
  • Had an RBI against Jacksonville State in addition scoring two runs

High School:

  • Was First-Team All-Palomar League, First-Team All-North County, First-Team All-CIF and Most Valuable Player for her high school softball team during 2008 and 2010
  • Named the Athlete of the Year during her senior year
  • Played varsity soccer and was named Best Offensive Player her sophomore and senior years

Club Ball:

  • In 2009, played for Sorcerer Phil 18 Gold team that won the 18 Gold National Championship
  • Attended ASA national championships every year from 2003-10
  • Played in the Premiere National Championships in 2010

Personal:

  • Parents are Charles and Rosa Jones
  • One of her great grandfathers played professional baseball for the Boston Braves
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