Corie Jensen
7  Corie Jensen
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Draper, UT

High School:
Alta

Last College:
SUU

Height:
5-8

Position:
P/1B


At Utah Valley State...
JUNIOR - (2006-07): Played and started in 47 games ... earned Second Team All-Independent honors and was named to the Independent All-Newcomer team ... named Division I Independent Player of the Week on March 14 for leading the Wolverines to a 5-0 record at the Saint Mary's Invitational ... finished the five games with a .563 average and hit one homerun and nine RBIs ... named Independent Pitcher of the Week on April 10 for going 3-1 and recording a .29 era during that stretch ... during the four games she had 23 strikeouts in 24 innings of work ... finished the season second on the team in hitting with a .312 average ... had five homeruns and 28 RBIs ... had 10 doubles and had a .512 slugging percentage ... had 10 multiple hit games and nine multiple RBI games ... went 3-for-3 with six RBIs against Idaho State on March 9 ... had 10 strikeouts against Idaho State on March 9 and Northern Colorado on April 6 ... had a 3.51 era and a 7-11 record in the circle.

Before Utah Valley State....
Prepped at Alta High School ... was a three-time first team all-State and all-region performer and was the 5A MVP in 2004 ... helped Alta to a pair of state titles and one region title ... also lettered in volleyball ... was on the Honor Roll all four years of of high school.

Personal...
Graduated from Alta in 2004 with a 3.5 GPA ... majoring in Behavioral Science with an emphasis in Psychology ... enjoys reading, sleeping and watching movies ... parents are Cheryl and Blake Jensen.

Other College...
As a freshman at SUU she started 12 games in the circle, pitching 59.1 innings with 55 strikeouts and an ERA of 7.99 ... had a 2-9 record but finished the season strong by being named to the Mid-Con's All-Tournament Team after striking out 10 in the Thunderbirds' 4-3 extra-inning loss to Western Illinois.

In her sophomore season SUU was the Mid-Continent Conference champions in 2005-06 and won the conference tournament in 2006.