CU Softball BIO
7 Jessica Lewis

CREIGHTON CAREER: 2014 (Freshman) – Appeared in 49 games with 47 starts at second base … Third on the team with 14 runs scored … Reached base in five consecutive contests (March 13-15) … Connected on a career high two hits on three occasions … Scored first career run against Western Michigan (Feb. 7) … Notched first double at UT Arlington (Feb. 22) … Knocked in first RBI versus Siena (March 13)… Hit by a pitch in eight contests to rank in a tie for No. 9 all-time for a single season at Creighton … 2014 BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played shortstop for Grace Brethren High School in Simi Valley, Calif. … Hit .491 with 26 hits including 11 extra-base hits as a junior under the direction of Vic Paladino … Posted 14 RBI, scored 18 runs and was a perfect 12-of-12 in stolen bases attempts … Lewis owned a .792 slugging percentage and .542 on-base percentage in third year … Recorded a fielding percentage of .906 and claimed best defensive player honors for 2012 … Earned Second Team honors from the Tri-Valley League … Started the year with a .833 batting average and 10 hits, including three triples and three doubles, seven RBI and 10 runs scored through the first four games of 2012 … As a freshman the Lancers advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division VI semifinals … Member of the Pacific Coast Predators 18U Gold Travel Team in offseason … Helped lead the Predators to an ASA 18U Gold Western National Championship in 2012 … Honor roll student and earned Academic All-League honors as a junior … Also claimed scholar-athlete recognition in 2011 and 2010 … Member of the National Honor Society, the California Scholarship Federation and the leadership committee at Grace Brethren … Active in the Camarillo Christian Church, attending weekly youth groups.

PERSONAL: The daughter of Jeanine and James Lewis of Camarillo, Calif. … Has two sisters: Jamie and Janelle … Elementary education major.

Position: Infielder
Height: 5'4"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Camarillo, Calif.
High School: Grace Brethren
Experience: High School