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16 Jen Krill
Jen  Krill

Hometown:
Huntington Beach, Calif.

High School:
Huntington

Height:
5-8

Position:
Outfield

B/T:
R/R

Returning starter in left field ...

1999: Played in 59 games with 57 starts ... batted .184 with 29 hits in 139 at-bats ... hit .286 in eight ACC contests (6 for 21) ... was fifth on the team with 20 RBI and also scored 10 runs ... notched eight sacrifice hits and one sacrifice fly ... Two for two in stolen bases ...

1998: Appeared in 49 games with 21 starts ... batted .200 ... recorded 23 hits including three doubles and Virginia's lone grand slam ... gathered 13 RBI and scored four runs ... tallied 12 putouts and posted a team-high fielding percentage (1.000) ...

1997: Did not see much playing time in the spring season ... started three of nine games she played in ... had one hit ...

High School: Member of the 1995 18-U Gold National Champion Orange County Batbusters ... named All-Sunset Conference freshman through senior year ... was captain of Huntington team ... earned four letters in softball and two in field hockey ... named Scholar With Expertise four times ...

Personal: Born 11/23/78 in Long Beach, Calif. ... daughter of Steve and Denice Krill.

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