Cal used all 17 of its healthy players to shut out Santa Clara
The No. 9/8 Golden Bears beat the Gaels 10-2 in six innings
The Ducks tallied runs in five different innings
The Bears beat Utah 4-1 for the series sweep as Jolene Henderson pitched her 120th win
With win, Jolene Henderson matched Michele Granger's all-time wins record of 119
As a Junior (2013):
Shares time with Jasmin Mejia at center field...Registered a career-best 3-for-4 performance on May 10 vs. Washington with one RBI and one run scored...Started 27 games of the regular season, batting .190 with run runs scored and four RBI
As a Sophomore (2012):
Started in games as DP or in the outfield...hit .290...Hit, slugged and had an OBP of .400 with two RBI in five at-bats in the Berkeley Regional...
As a Freshman (2011):
Named a Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention...Played in 53 of Cal's 58 games, making 46 starts...Sixth on the team in hitting at .242...Split time between second base, outfield and designated player...Was up for NFCA All-America status...Hit .174 with four RBI in postseason...Hit the very first triple of her career to score three runs against Alabama at the Women's College World Series...Also tallied a team-high .667 slugging percentage and .500 on-base percentage...Scored Cal's first run in game three of the Lexington Super Regional after drawing a walk
Named to the first-team all-state and all-league each of her four years...Heralded as player of the year her senior and junior seasons... Won three Nevada state championships with Spanish Springs High School
Took fifth place at the 2010 18 Gold Premier Nationals 5th Place with Sorcerer Gold...With Arizona Hotshots Gold, she won the York, PA NQ Championships and finished 13th at 2009 ASA Gold Nationals...Played ASA since 2003, when she was 10...Finished 13th at `08 ASA Gold Nationals with Sorcerer Gold and were the Boulder 18 Gold champion...Nevada State Champions in 2006 with her 14U team, as well as in 2005 with the 12U...played travel ball with teammates Alex Robben, Jordan Wallace and Breana Kostreba
Parents are Troy and Kim Decker...Hopes to play for Team USA...Considering majoring in American studies...Lists playing in the Under Armour All-American game during her sophomore and senior years as her best sports moment to date...enjoys camping and motorcycle riding
Why I have my number:
No. 23 has always been one of my favorite numbers.
"Back it Up and Dump it" by Cali Swag District and "Wired to the T" by Dorrough - I picked these because they pump me up.