Jenna Marston
Jenna Marston


St. Louis, Mo.

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Mizzou Softball Lands 10 on SEC Academic Honor Roll

Ten Tiger softball players were selected to the SEC's Spring Academic Honor Roll


2013 Mizzou Softball Season Review

The Tigers (38-14) advanced to the program's sixth-straight NCAA Super Regional


Marston and Thomas Named Academic All-Americans

Tigers become first Mizzou Softball duo to earn First Team Academic All-America in same season


Super Regional Time at University Field

No. 6 Tigers start series with No. 11 Washington at 8 p.m., Thursday (ESPN) at University Field


Thomas, Roth, Hudson Power Mizzou to Sixth Regional Title

Tigers defeat Hofstra, 5-0, host Washington next weekend for Super Regionals


Softball Sweeps Baylor

Tigers sweep Bears


Missouri Softball vs. Washington - May 24, 2013

Missouri vs. Washington


Missouri Softball vs. Hofstra - May 19,2013 - Game 6 & 7

Missouri vs. Hofstra


Missouri Softball vs. Hofstra - May 18,2013

Missouri vs. Hofstra


Missouri Softball vs. Stony Brook - May 17, 2013

Missouri vs. Stony Brook


NCAA Softball: Mizzou vs. Stony Brook

NCAA Softball: Mizzou vs. Stony Brook

2013 (Senior):
• Started all 52 games of Mizzou's 2013 season in her final campaign wearing the Black & Gold, continuing her role as the Tigers' starting catcher.
• Showcased her versatility by making 10 starts in center field.
• Finished Missouri career as one of the program's all-time offensive threats, ranking in the all-time top 10 in career hits (229), doubles (53), at-bats (693), runs scored (193), RBI (118), and walks (134).
• Became the first two-time First Team Academic All-American in program history, earning her second appearance on CoSIDA Academic All-America Division I softball team.
• Second-leading batter for the Tigers with a .348 average (55-for-158), tying for the team-lead with 16 doubles and recording the second-most walks (25).
• Hit first double of the season in the 2-1 win vs. San Diego State at the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic in Palm Springs, Mo., driving in two runs and also walking twice.
• Recorded two-hit games in five of seven games, beginning with the second game of the Cal-State Fullerton doubleheader (Feb. 23), a 7-0 win, and ending with the 6-1 victory at Ole Miss (March 16).
• Her two hits in the win over the Rebels were two doubles, one of three times on the season she hit a pair of two-baggers in a single game.
• Batted 2-for-3 with one RBI and one run scored in the Alabama game (April 7), with both hits going for doubles.
• Another multi-hit game against Arkansas (April 14), hitting 2-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored.
• Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored in the 6-1 win at No. 11 LSU (April 19).
• Filled the stat columns in the nine-inning, 2-1 win at No. 19 Kentucky with 2-for-3 batting, two walks and one stolen base.
• Had a season-best three RBI in the series finale at UK, batting 2-for-5 with a double.
• Hit 6-for-9 (.667) in Mizzou's doubleheader sweep at Western Illinois (May 1), including a career-best four-hit game in the second game, a five-inning 12-4 win.
• Had two multi-hit games in the SEC Tournament, including a 2-for-4 outing with two RBI in the 3-0 semifinal win over No. 4 Tennessee (May 11).
• Matched her season-best for RBI with a three-run home run to push Mizzou past Stony Brook (May 17) in the squad's first game of the Columbia Regional, a 3-0 win.
• Finished the season in top form, batting .397 (25-for-63) over the last month of action (April 24-May 24) with seven doubles and one home run for 14 RBI, tied for the team-best.
• Hot hitting down the final stretch of season included a 14-game hitting streak, which ranks as the fourth-best streak in Mizzou's record books.
Honors: CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American, SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, First Team All-SEC, Second Team NFCA All-Southeast Region, SEC All-Tournament Team, CoSIDA Academic All-District, Senior CLASS Award Candidate.

2012 (Junior):
• After spending her first two years at shortstop, she moved behind the plate and into center field for her junior season.
• Of her 58 starts, 47 came at catcher, seven in center field and four at designated player.
• Posted the third-best batting average on the team, hitting .295, and also stole 11 bases in 15 attempts.
• Set a single-season school record with 46 walks, which were the third most in the Big 12, while her 0.77 walks per game average was 22nd highest in the nation.
• Also scored a team-best 54 runs that tied her for fifth-most in a single season at Missouri and the third-most in the conference.
• In Big 12 play, she scored 24 runs in 24 games, the most amongst all Big 12 players in league action.
• Also took 20 walks during the conference season, third-highest amongst Big 12 players.
• Finished third on the team with 10 multi-hit games, three of which were three-hit performances.
• On March 10 against Boise State, she drove in a season-high three RBI and recorded one of her two triples on the year.
• Zero at-bats twice, with the first against Baylor on March 31, where she took three walks in the game.
• Over a six game span from March 28-April 5, she drew 10 walks.
• Her second game without an at bat came on April 11 against Northern Iowa, where she took a walk in all four plate appearances, the first time a Tiger drew four walks in a single game since 2007.
• In her first year behind the plate, she enjoyed her most successful defensive season yet, recording a .992 fielding percentage while committing just three errors. She threw out eight runners trying to steal on the year.
Honors: CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American, CoSIDA Academic All-District, Second Team All-Big 12, First Team Academic All-Big 12

2011 (Sophomore):

• Following a stellar freshman campaign, Missouri's starting shortstop impressed again as a sophomore, earning First Team All-Big 12 recognition for the second straight year.
• Hit .311 with two home runs and 20 RBI, while registering 15 doubles (T-3rd in Big 12), scoring 57 runs (T-2nd in Big 12), and walking 41 times (44th in NCAA, second most in a single season at Mizzou).
• Opened the year with two straight two-hit games, going 2-for-3 with two runs, a double, a home run and three RBI against San Diego State before going 2-for-4 with a triple, a run and an RBI against Fresno State the next day.
• Posted a three-hit performance against South Florida, her lone three-hit game of the season.
• Started an 11-game hitting streak a week later after singling in game two against Drake. During the streak, she hit .433 (13-for-30) with a homer, three doubles, 18 runs, eight walks and four stolen bases.
• In the twin-bill with Kansas, she went 3-for-7 with two runs, a double and an RBI.
• Opened the month of April with hits in four straight games, going 5-for-12 with four runs, two doubles, three walks and a stolen base.
• Closed the month with three straight two-hit games, two of which came against Big 12 opponents.
• In the team's first game with Oklahoma State, she finished 2-for-4 with two runs and a pair of doubles.
• Helped the Tigers to a split with Texas with a 2-for-2 day, driving in two runs and scoring twice in the series finale.
• The following weekend, she posted four hits in a doubleheader against Iowa State, scoring five runs across the two games while doubling twice, guiding the Tigers to their first regular season Big 12 title since 1997.
• Recorded four hits at the NCAA Regionals, including two in the regional championship against DePaul.
• Recorded three walks and scored three times in Mizzou's two-game sweep over Washington at the NCAA Super Regionals, and picked up a pair of hits at the Women's College World Series.
Honors: ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VII, First Team All-Big 12, First Team Academic All-Big 12

2010 (Freshman):

• Played in all 64 games, starting 63 of those at shortstop.
• Collected the second most hits amongst Big 12 players, while also coming in fifth in runs scored.
• Tied for third in the league in doubles, and had the fourth most runs batted in. Her 16 doubles were the third most in a single season in program history, and her 68 hits tie her for 10th in a season while ranking ninth for most RBI in a season.
• Went 2-for-3 and scored three times in Mizzou's run-rule win over No. 2 Alabama on Feb. 14.
• Hit her first home run while driving in a season-best four RBI against UMKC on March 7.
• Went 7-for-16 (.438) at the plate with four RBI, three runs scored and four stolen bases at the Demarini Invitational.
• With the Tigers down 4-2 in the bottom of the seventh against Border Showdown rival Kansas, she delivered a three-run, walk-off home run.
• Picked up her first career triple against Texas A&M on April 24.
• Went 5-for-10 with four runs, three doubles, a home run and three RBI in doubleheader sweep over Iowa State.
• Jump-started the Missouri offense against Texas at Big 12's with a three-run home run in the second inning, putting the Tigers ahead on their way to an 11-6 win over the top-seeded Longhorns.
• Had 15 multi-hit games during the regular season, the second-most on the team.
• Led all Tigers with 13 multi-RBI games.
Honors: Second Team All-Midwest Region, All-Big 12 Tournament Team, First Team All-Big 12.

Summer 2010
• Selected to play for the USA National Women's Baseball Team, who competed in the IBAF Women's Baseball World Cup in Venezuela.
• Named to the All-Tournament Team after posting the second highest batting average during the tournament (.593) and leading all tournament competitors with 16 hits and eight doubles.
• Finished with 12 runs scored, seven runs batted in, was a perfect 3-for-3 on stolen bases, posted a team-best .636 on-base percentage and a slugging percentage of .889, second-highest on the team.
• Team USA beat Venezuela 15-5 to take home the bronze medal.

• A shortstop and outfielder for the Principia Panthers, she excelled both on and off the field.
• Under the direction of Ken Leavoy, she was selected for the all-state team during her junior and senior seasons.
• Played four years for the softball club team, the St. Louis Diamond Cats.
• In addition to softball, she also played basketball for the Panthers, receiving 12 letters throughout her four years as a high school athlete.
• Academically, she was on the Honor Roll and graduated Cum Laude of her 2009 class.

• The daughter of Bill and Cindy Marston, she was born July 16, 1991, in St. Louis, Mo.
• Has an older brother, Christopher, who played baseball for Drury University.
• Majoring in Industrial Engineering.

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