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Michelle Jones

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Scurry, Texas

High School:
Scurry-Roser HS

Height:
5-9

Position:
P/UT

Experience:
3L

B/T:
R/R

Michelle Jones

01/30/2014

Tech Softball Outlook

Lady Techsters confident in 2014

06/26/2013

40 Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-WAC Honors

Softball leads the way with 10 honorees

04/18/2013

Techsters Face Utah State This Weekend

LA Tech, Aggies open series Friday

04/17/2013

Lions Downs Techsters, 8-2

LA Tech travels to Utah State this weekend

04/16/2013

Techsters Host Lions Wednesday

LA Tech, Southeastern meet for first time this year

2013: Named WAC Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 18) ... Named second team all-WAC by CollegeSportsMadness.com ... Named Academic All-WAC ... Made 38 appearances in the circle, while starting 22 games ... Was 13-9 with a 3.54 earned run average ... Threw 140.1 innings while allowing 131 hits, 84 walks and 71 earned runs ... Struck out 93 batters ... Tossed three shutouts ... Batted .273 with three hits in 11 at bats ... Scored three runs and recorded one RBI ... Was 5-of-7 on stolen bases ... Threw an eight-inning complete game two-hit shutout in a 2-0 win over eventual Southland Conference champion McNeese State ... Threw seven scoreless innings of three-hit ball in a no decision against Delaware ... Tossed a no-hitter in a five inning shutout win over Alcorn State ... Tossed a complete-game four-hit shutout in a WAC win over UTSA ... Struck out a season-high seven batters in wins over McNeese State and Alcorn State ...

2012: Named to the all-tournament team at the UL-Lafayette Mardi Gras Classic ... Named WAC Pitcher of the Week April 8 ... Was 15-16 with a 2.86 earned run average ... Threw 200.2 innings allowing 206 hits, 99 walks and 82 earned runs ... Struck out 80 batters ... Threw only three wild pitches in 200 innings of action ... Tossed three shutouts ... Batted .179 with 10 hits in 56 at bats ... Scored five runs and drove home one ... Was 1-for-1 in stolen bases ... Threw a three-hit complete game shutout against UTEP and New Mexico State ... The shutout of New Mexico State snapped a streak of 81 straight WAC games that the Aggies had scored at least one run ... Also tossed a complete-game two-hit shutout against Eastern Illinois ... Posted wins over the likes of Penn State, BYU and Fresno State ... Struck out a season-high six in a 6-4 win over BYU (the only loss suffered by the Cougars in their final 20 games of the regular season) ... Had a career-high two hits against Utah State, Nevada and Fresno State ...

2011: Named Academic All-WAC ... Saw action in 53 games, making 51 starts at shortstop or pitcher ... Recorded a .118 batting average with 11 hits in 93 at bats ... Totaled nine runs scored and five RBI ... Was 4-for-4 in stolen bases ... Led the team with three sacrifice flies and 10 sacrifice hits ... Was 3-5 in the circle with a 7.34 earned run average ... Threw 41.0 innings while surrendering 68 hits and 21 walks ... Struck out 12 ... Had a season-high two hits in loss at Southeastern Louisiana ... Recorded career-high two RBI in wins over Mississippi Valley State and Northwestern State ... Had her first career triple in win over Ole Miss ... Tossed a complete-game victory over Butler, allowing only four hits and two earned runs ... Picked up a win over Ole Miss, allowing three earned runs in 4.0 innings of action ... Struck out a season-high three batters while allowing only one earned run in 5.0 innings against Northwestern State ...

2010: Named Academic All-WAC ... Made 11 starts in the circle and a total of 15 appearances during her true freshman season ... Recorded a 5-4 record and one save with a 4.86 earned run average ... Worked 59.0 innings in the circle, allowing 87 hits and 22 walks while striking out 26 ... In her college debut, she picked up the win over Southeastern Louisiana allowing only two runs on six hits and three walks in the complete-game victory ... After struggling early in the year, she finished strong allowing only seven earned runs over her final five appearances ... Recorded a career-high nine strikeouts in a 7-0 win over Grambling State, her first career shutout ... Allowed only four runs and seven hits in a complete-game performance at Fresno State in her final start of the season ...

High School: Lettered four years for coach Michael Babovec and coach James Hill and the Scurry-Rosser High School Wildcats ... Helped lead the team to the bi-district championship in 2008 and 2009 ... Named the District 14-2A Newcomer of the Year as a freshman ... Named the District 15-2A Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Named team MVP for four straight years ... Plays travel ball for Dan Adkins and the Texas Glory Gold ... Helped lead the Texas Glory Gold to the 2007 ASA Gold Nationals and led the Texas Glory Butler to the 2006 ASA Gold Nationals ... Was named to the All-World Team in 2003 (13U) and 2002 (11U) while leading her teams to the USSSA National championship title in 2002 (Pink Sox) ... Also lettered for volleyball, basketball and track and field at Scurry-Rosser ... Helped lead the volleyball team to the district title three straight years ... Was named district MVP as a sophomore and junior ... Led the basketball team to two district titles ... Named first team all-district twice ... In 2008, was named the District 12-2A Offensive Player of the Year, all-state by Texas Basketball Magazine, all-region by TABC and team co-MVP ... In 2009, was named District 12-2A MVP, TGCA Academic all-state, TABC all-state and the Scurry-Rosser MVP ... Was a regional qualifier in the shot put for the track and field team in 2008, and the district champion and regional qualifier in the shot put in 2009 ... Was a member of the National Honor Roll, National Honor Society and National Society of High School Scholars ... Was the Scurry-Rosser Student-Athlete of the Year in 2007, 2008, and 2009 ...

Personal: Full name is Michelle Nicole Jones ... Daughter of Chuck and Mary Jones ... Has two sisters, Jana and Melissa ... Majoring in health and physical education ... Born September 29, 1990 in Dallas.