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18 Jill Bumler
Jill  Bumler

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Montclair, Va.

High School:
Bishop O'Connell

Height:
5-7

Position:
2B

Birthdate:
12/18/1981

B/T:
R/R

A returning starter at second base ... has great range ...

2001: Started 68 games at second base ... led the Cavaliers with 19 sacrifice hits and three sacrifice flies ... was second on the team with 31 walks and fifth with 31 runs scored ... hit .160 (25-156) and drove in 19 runs ... led team with 150 assists and was fourth with 129 putouts ... scored four runs vs. Centenary (4/6) ... selected to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ...

2000: Split time at second base with Amy Peay ... started 26 games at second and appeared in 41 games ... had three hits in 24 at-bats ... scored six runs ...

High School: Was a first-team Virginia Independent Schools All-State selection as an infielder in 1999 ... named the Arlington County, Va. Softball Athlete of the Year ... All-Met pick as well ... two-time Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) and All-District First Team pick ... recipient of Bishop O'Connell Coach's Award and Scholar Athlete Award in 1999 ... in 1999 and 1998, O'Connell was the WCAC and Northern Virginia Invitational champions ... team also won the Virginia Independent Schools State Association Championship in 1998 ... was the Rookie of the Year for Potomac High in 1996 and MVP in 1997 ... two-time Cardinal District first-team pick in 1996 and 1997 ... captain of the Shamrocks Gold 18's ASA softball team in 1999 ... captained the Shamrocks 16's and 14's in 1997 and 1996, respectively ... National Honor Society member ...

Personal: Born 12/18/81 in Montrose, Scotland ... daughter of Barbara and Tony Hyde.

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