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- After a strong sophomore campaign the quick and powerful outfielder looks to 2015 as a strong candidate to take over in centerfield for Alix Johnson.
- Went 2-for-3 with a run scored against Illinois State on Feb. 13th.
- Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored against New Mexico State on Feb. 22nd. Her leadoff double in the bottom of the seventh started the rally that won the game.
- Had a walk-off grand slam against Toledo on Feb. 28 -- her first home run of the season.
- Doubled and walked twice with one stolen base and three runs scored against Southern Mississippi on April 26.
- Hit her first two career home runs on Feb. 22 against Idaho State.
- Went 2-for-2 with a stolen base against UC Riverside on Feb. 9.
- Finished the season with a .310 batting average, three doubles, two home runs and 11 RBI to go along with six stolen bases.
- Made her first career start against New Mexico on Feb. 7 as the designated player. Grabbed her first career hit against Portland State on Feb. 23, going 1-for-1 with a double.
- Came back and went 1-for-1 against the Vikings on Feb. 24, and notched her first career RBI.
- Primarily used as a pinch hitter, she's seen time also at first base in the non-conference portion of the schedule.
- Recorded her first hit, run and RBI in the Pac-12 against Stanford on April 6.
- Made her first NCAA Tournament appearance in the Tempe Super Regional on May 26 against Kentucky, pinch hitting and getting on base after being hit by pitch.
- Finished the season with three runs scored, five hits, one double and tied for a team best two triples.
- Four-year letterwinner at Simi Valley High School for head coach Heidi Bird, Soria has led SVHS to back-to-back Marmonte League Championships. Soria is a Maxprep Division I Underclassman All American.
- During her high school campaign she has been named the All-Marmonte League Most Valuable Player, First Team All County, CalHI All-State First Team Underclassman, Offensive Player of the Year and the Suzanne Manlet Invitational Most Valuable Offensive Player.
- Soria played club ball with So Cal Pumas 18 Gold for coach Gary Keohohou based out of Newbury Park, Calif. While with the Pumas she helped lead them to a first-place finish at the Hawai'i Invitational, fifth-place showing at the Colorado Fireworks and ninth place at the Premier National.
Jennifer Ann Soria is the daughter of John and Jamie Soria. She has one brother Jonathan and one sister Jessica. She is an exploratory major and plans to do social work upon graduation. She describes herself as a clean freak. Hobbies include listening to music.
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