#4 - Katy Jett
Jefferson County HS
2009: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … started all 55 games for the Lady Bucs and posted the fifth best single-season batting average in ETSU history (.337) … led the team in hits (59), runs scored (34), total bases (71), slugging percentage (.406) and on-base percentage (.377) … also led the Lady Bucs with 17 multi-hit games … stole 14 bags and knocked out nine doubles.
2008: Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Tournament Team and Atlantic Sun All-Academic List … led the Lady Bucs in hitting (.347), runs scored (31), hits (68), RBIs (35), slugging percentage (.464) and on-base percentage (.376) … the 68 hits were the second most recorded in a single season, while her .347 batting average was third … led the team with 19 multi-hit games and nine multi-RBI games – including a career-best five runs batted in against USC Upstate on 3/24.
2007: Started all 55 games for the Bucs, batting .305 (54-177) … named Second-Team All-Conference by the Atlantic Sun … was named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team … was second on the team in runs scored with 39 which is third best in school history … hit eight doubles, one triple and five home runs driving in 32 runners … tied the school record with two home runs against Tennessee 3/30 … had nine walks and was 2-4 in stolen base attempts.
High School: Four-year letterwinner in softball, two-year letterwinner in volleyball and golf … IMAC All-Conference from 2003-06 … named All-State as a freshman … 2003 and 2005 All-Northeast Tennessee Player of the Year … 2005 IMAC District Tournament Champion MVP.
Personal: Daughter of Garry and Darlene Jett … majoring in education … born April 23, 1988.
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