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#13 Jamie Hirschman (1997-99)
  • Outfield
  • 5-1, Sparks, Nevada (Nevada-Reno/Reed)

Career Honors: Ranks in the top five in the SEC for career fielding percentage by an outfielder.

As a Senior (1999): Played in 63 games ... finished with 46 hits and 9 RBI's ... had back to back three hit games against Chattanooga and Temple where she also scored two runs in each game ... had a batting average of .274 ... recorded a 5 and 6 game hit streak where she batted 9 for 16 with 4 runs scored and 9 for 17 with 2 RBI's ... scored a run in 6 consecutive games.

As a Junior (1998): Starting center fielder for all of Florida's 69 games played this season ... extremely fast base runner stole nine bases - second-best on the team ... finished second in the SEC in fielding (.991) for all outfielders in the conference, including 104 putouts, two assists and only one error ... batted .305, second-best on the team, with 46 hits, 22 runs and three RBI on the season ... went 2-for-2 with one run in UF's first game against nationally ranked South Florida.

As a Sophomore (1997): Alternated in right field for much of the season. Although a forearm injury limited mid-season playing time ... slap-hitter ... went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and two stoeln bases in the Southeastern Conference tournament game against Alabama.

Prior to Florida: Did not compete in softball at University of Nevada-Reno.

High School: Earned first team all-conference honors for outfield ... named Most Valuable Player of Reed High School team ... earned four letters in softball, four in golf and one in basketball.

Personal: Born May 13, 1976, in Cheyenne, Wyoming ... daughter of Doug and Debra Hirschman ... graduated from Reed High School in 1994.


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