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Jessica Bashor
Jessica Bashor

High School:
Santiago High School

Position:
Catcher

Birthdate:
04/08/1981

2003 as a Senior-- First team all-Big Ten as a designated player... second team NFCA Mideast Regional all-American... named to the Big Ten all-tournament team... finished second on Iowa's all-time home run list with 22 career homers... hit with seven home runs... second on the team with 12 doubles this season... led the team with 23 walks... hit .362 in Big Ten play... started 55 games as catcher and designated hitter... hit .409 in games playing catcher, .309 as designated hitter.

2002 as a Junior-- Named second team all-Big Ten as a catcher... second team Mideast Regional All-American.. started 47 games for the Hawkeyes at catcher and designated hitter... second on the team with a .344 batting average... moved into third on Iowa's all-time home run list with 15 career bombs... hit .348 with two outs and had 15 two-out RBIs... had three games with three RBIs and two with four... had ten multiple hit games... earned second team ASA All-American honors at Women's Majors National Championships.

2001 as a Sophomore-- Named first team all-Big Ten as a designated player... played in 55 games, making 51 starts at designated player and catcher... ended the regular season with a .234 batting average... raised her average to .248 in the postseason... had game-winning RBI in the Championship game of the Big Ten Tournament against No. 21 Michigan (May 12)... has three home runs, two doubles and 24 RBIs... 18 of 24 RBIs came with two outs... hit a two-run home run in the first game of the year (vs. BYU, Feb 16)... had game winning RBI in the eighth inning against No. 21 Michigan (April 28)

2000 as a Freshman-- Third team NFCA All-American... named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year and selected to the first team all-Big Ten Team as a catcher...Selected to the first team Mideast All-Region Team... ranked first in the Big Ten in hitting in both conference games (.462) and overall games (.406)... had a team-best 11 game hit streak during May and also had a 10 game hit streak during April...tied an Iowa record for most homeruns in a single game when she powered two against #16 Louisiana-Lafayette on March 16 in California... ranked first on the Hawkeyes in hitting (.383) and slugging percentage (.611)... ranked second with 36 RBIs.

High School-- 1997 Sunkist League co-MVP...1997-98 first team all-league... first team all-state as a junior... first team all-county as a junior... member of the 1997-98 League Champions... her 1998 high school team set a team record with 29 victories... also competed on the Dynasty, Classics, Stealth, Flash and D'Gold teams... placed seventh at the 1998 ASA Gold Nationals... second team All-American.

Personal-- Bats/Throws- Right/Right... Major- Business... Parents- John and Valorie Bashor... Born-April 8, 1981... High School- Santiago... High School Coach- John Perez

Bashor's Stats

Year	G	AB	R	H	2B	3B	HR	SO	BB	SB	RBI	AVG	PO	A	E	FD%
2000	59	162	21	62	9	2	8	25	20	2	36	.383	142	18	6	.964
2001	57	133	10	32	2	0	3	27	23	0	24	.241	80	7	0	1.000
2002	51	131	20	45	8	0	4	22	18	2	32	.344	183	15	4	.980
2003	57	155	21	48	12	1	7	24	23	1	27	.310	130	12	2	.986
Totals	224	581	72	187	30	3	22	97	84	5	119	.322	535	52	12	.980
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