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16   Jen Lapicki
Jen Lapicki

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oldwick, N.J.

High School:
Immaculata

Last College:
Tennessee

Position:
C/1B

B/T:
R/R


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2009 THIRD TEAM ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HONOREE
2009 ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT IV FIRST TEAM SELECTION
2008 ALL-SEC FRESHMAN TEAM MEMBER
2008 TWO-TIME SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK HONOREE
2008 NFCA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE TEAM


Junior Season (2010):
One of just four players to start all 62 games for Florida State ... Posted a .259 batting average with 24 runs, 48 hits, eight doubles, two triples and four homeruns in her first year with the program after transferring from Tennessee ... Led the team with 41 RBIs; a mark good enough for sixth in the conference ... Finished the year with the third-highest total putouts in a single season in FSU history with 489.

At Tennessee (2009):
Started all 59 games at Tennessee as a sophomore ... Finished the year with a .286 batting average while posting 21 runs, 46 hits, eight doubles, one triple, five home runs, 28 RBI, a .441 slugging percentage and two stolen bases on two tries ... Third Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Honoree ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV First Team selection.

At Tennessee (2008):
Chosen as a member of the All-Southeastern Conference Freshman Team after hitting .283 (49-of-173) with 11 doubles, a triple, six home runs and 43 RBIs during her freshman year ... Started 63 of 64 games with Tennessee in 2008, 54 of them at first base ... Twice earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors (3/3, 4/7) ... Delivered 12 multi-hit and 11 multi-RBI games in 2008 ... Named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Scholar-Athlete Team.

High School:
A first-team all-conference selection from 2004-07 ... Hit .528 in 2007 while breaking her own single-season records with 13 doubles and 18 extra-base hits...In her career, registered 39 doubles, 11 triples and 12 home runs while never committing an error at the catching position over four seasons ... Chosen as the Somerset County Player of the Year (2007) after helping Immaculata H.S. to a county championship with a 14-8 record ... Tabbed first-team all-county on three occasions (2005-07) and second-team all-county in 2004 ... Third-team all-public from 2005-07 and twice second-team all-area (2005, 2006) ... Named as a "Player to Watch" in 2006 ... Served two seasons as team captain while lettering in both softball (four times) and basketball (once) ... Spanish Honor Society (2004-07) and Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD) ... Honored as the 2005 New Jersey Science Fair Winner and was presented with the Mu Alpha Theta award for physics (2005).

Personal:
Born Feb. 2, 1989 ... majoring in sports management ... daughter of Walter and Susan Lapicki ... favorite movie is "League of Their Own" ... enjoys the music of Brad Paisley ... favorite class is Ethics in Sports ... favorite flavor of ice cream is coffee ... favorite professional team is New York Mets ... looks most forward to playing at Virginia ... believes the best part about being an ACC student-athlete is "the competitive play and getting a great education" ... reality television show she would like to be on is "Road Rules" ... chooses "Family" as the best word to describe the team ... looks up to her parents as her role models ... favorite quote is "Don't let anyone tell you what you can't do."

CATEGORY CAREER-HIGH
At-Bats 6 vs. Florida (5/3/08)
Hits 4 vs. Louisville (5/17/08)
Runs 2 (nine times)
RBIs 6 vs. Kentucky (4/8/09)
Doubles 2 vs. Oklahoma (3/7/09)
Triples 1 (two times)
Homeruns 1 (13 times)
Walks 2 (five times)
Stolen Bases 1 (four times)
Putouts 15 vs. Michigan State (3/6/10)
Assists 2 (eight times)

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