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#13 Jenny Schuelke

Height -
Class Sr.
Hometown Solon, Iowa
High School Solon

2011 as a Senior… Academic all-Big Ten selection… played in 47-of-51 games with 44 starts, all of which came in left field… finished with a .205 batting average (23-112) with 23 RBI and 19 runs scored… had 11 extra base hits (six doubles, five home runs)… drew 20 walks and had a team-high two sacrifice flies… was second on the team in RBI, walks and home runs and third in doubles… had five multi-hit games on the year… opened her senior season with a three-run long ball against Lipscomb (2/11)… went 2-for-3 with a career-high five RBI and a run scored against Idaho State (2/18)… roped a first inning double and hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the fifth inning to give Iowa the run-rule victory… had two-hit games vs. Seattle (2/18), at Florida Gulf Coast (2/25) and vs. Eastern Michigan (2/26)… went deep at No. 11/11 Tennessee (3/17)… hit home runs in back-to-back games, a three-run shot vs. Iowa State (4/20) and a two-run shot in the 4-3 victory at No. 1 Michigan (4/23).

2010 as a Junior… Started all 48 games, with 46 starts in left field and two as the designated player… fourth on the team with a .356 batting average during conference play… 3-3 with game-winning home run vs. Western Illinois (2/12)… 1-3 with game-winning, two-run home run vs. Michigan State (3/27)… 3-3 with an RBI and a run scored in win over Northwestern (4/7)… 2-2 with a home run and two runs scored in win at Minnesota (5/8).

2009 as a Sophomore… Played in 47 games with 19 starts, including 16 as the designated player and three in left field… collected two home runs, three doubles, one triple and 14 RBI… 1-3 with three-run home run in win at Kennesaw State (2/22)1-3 with two-run home run in win over Cornell (3/15)1-4 with game-winning RBI in win over Long Island (3/17).

2008 as a Freshman… Played in 51 games with 20 starts, including 15 in the outfield and five as the designated player… pinch-hit, three-run home run in Big Ten semifinal win over Michigan State (5/9)… scored game-winning run against Northern Illinois (3/26)… first career hit was a solo home run in win over Drake (2/17).

High School… Iowa high school class 2A Player of the Year as a senior… first team elite all-state as a junior and unanimous first team elite all-state as a senior… second team all-state as an eighth grader and freshman… third team all-state as a sophomore… four-time first team all-conference selection… led Solon to five-straight state tournament berths, including state titles in 2003 and 2007, runner-up finishes in 2005 and 2006 and a third place finish in 2004… named to the state tournament all-tournament team all five years… honored as captain of the state all-tournament team as a senior… holds state tournament records for most RBI in a single game (5) and extra base hits in a tournament (3)… helped Solon to four-straight conference championships… finished all five seasons with a batting average above .400… career numbers include 29 home runs, 194 RBI and 57 stolen bases… high school coaches were John Begley and Erin White… three-year letterwinner in both basketball and track… basketball team participated in the 2006 state tournament… first team all-conference selection in 2007… member of 2003 shuttle hurdle team that qualified for the Drake Relays and 4X100 relay finished seventh at the state tournament in 2004 and fifth in 2005.

Personal… Born August 26, 1988… daughter of Brian Schuelke and Sue Jehle… majoring in political science.

CAREER HIGHS
Runs Scored: 2, 6x, last vs. E. Michigan, 2/26/11
Hits: 3, twice, last vs. Northwestern, 4/7/10
Doubles: 2 vs. E. Michigan, 2/26/11
Triples: 1 vs. Iowa State, 4/7/09
Home Runs: 1, 15x, last at Michigan, 4/23/11
RBI: 5 vs. Idaho State, 2/18/11
Stolen Bases: 1, 12x, last vs. Wisconsin, 4/27/11

CAREER STATISTICS

Year Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD%
2008 .177 51-20 62 7 11 1 0 2 6 18 .290 5 3 23 0 .271 0 2 5-7 12 0 1 .923
2009 .267 47-19 75 15 20 3 1 2 14 31 .413 5 1 25 0 .317 1 2 1-1 4 0 0 1.000
2010 .274 48-48 117 17 32 5 0 6 24 55 .470 27 1 43 0 .411 1 6 1-4 27 2 3 .906
2011 .205 47-44 112 19 23 6 0 5 23 44 .393 20 1 30 0 .326 2 1 5-6 28 1 0 1.000
Career .235 193-131 366 58 86 15 1 15 67 148 .404 57 6 121 0 .344 4 11 12-18 71 3 4 .949