How fast did Jennie Pitch at 13?

How fast did Jennie Pitch at 13?

Average softball pitching speed by age

Age Average Pitching Speeds High-end Averages
12 41 – 48 MPH 49 – 53 MPH
13 45 – 53 MPH 54 – 56 MPH
14 46 – 54 MPH 55 – 58 MPH
15 49 – 54 MPH 55 – 60 MPH

What obstacles did Jennie Finch overcome?

One obstacle Jennie had to overcome was not being with her husband a lot. Because she played on the Olympic team, she was away from home most of the time. Jennie was in different countries and not even close to home. This was very hard for her, but at the end, she knew what came first family.

Why is Jennie Finch famous for?

Jennie Finch is arguably the most recognizable softball player in the world. She went 2-0 for the United States softball team in 2004, helping it win the gold medal in Athens. She also earned the Honda Award as the nation’s best softball player in 2001, when the Wildcats won the national title, and in 2002.

What are some of Jennie Finch’s achievements?

Softball at the 2008 Summer Olympics
Softball at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women’s tournament
Jennie Finch/Medals

How can I meet Jennie Finch?

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Where did Jennie Finch go to school?

The University of Arizona
La Mirada High SchoolUniversity of California, Los Angeles
Jennie Finch/Education

How did Jennie Finch become famous?

What is Jennie Finch famous for? Jennie Finch initally earned attention as a three-time All-American pitcher for the University of Arizona Wildcats, where she also served as a first baseman; she scored 60 consecutive wins over three seasons, an NCAA record for a pitcher.

When did Jennie Finch go to the Olympics?


Also Known As Jennie Lynn Finch • Jennie Finch-Daigle
Position pitcher
Olympic Games (Competed) Beijing 2008 • Athens 2004
Olympic Medals silver in team softball (Beijing 2008) • gold in team softball (Athens 2004)
Published Works “Throw Like a Girl: How to Dream Big & Believe in Yourself” (2011; with Ann Killion)

Is Jennie Finch in Olympics?

Jennie played in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and helped lead the team to the gold medal game, where they lost to Japan and won silver at the sport’s last Olympic Games. She was last a member of the 2010 Women’s National Team and helped lead Team USA to win its seventh consecutive World Championship title.

Was Jennie Finch a good hitter?

For her sophomore year, Jennie Finch was named a 2000 National Fastpitch Coaches Association First Team All-American and First Team All-Pac-10. She also threw three no-hitters and led the Wildcats in home runs and slugging percentage and achieved a career best in hits and batting average.

What was Jennie Finch’s education?

When did Jennie Finch start playing baseball?

Jennie began playing for the USA Women’s National Team in 2001. She was named to the 2004 Olympic team and went 15-0 in the month leading up to the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Finch had a 2–0 win–loss record in the 2004 Games, striking out 13 batters in eight innings while giving up only one hit, one walk and no runs.

What did Olivia Finch do in the 2004 Olympics?

Finch had a 2–0 win–loss record in the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics, striking out 13 batters in eight innings while giving up only one hit, one walk and no runs. Her pitching helped lead the American team to the gold medal.

What happened to Jennie Finch?

An American former softball player, Jennie Finch is well famed for being a talented player and her astonishing personality. She currently plays for the Arizona Wildcats, the USA national softball team, and the Chicago Bandits as a pitcher.

What college did Olivia Finch go to?

Finch started playing softball at age 5, and pitching at age 8. She played college softball for University of Arizona, where she was a three-time All-American pitcher, first baseman and “Honda Award” winner for Player of the Year. Her jersey number, 27, was retired by the University of Arizona when she graduated.