2013 (Junior): Earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention academic honors…Appeared in 57 of the Huskies 62 games, including 33 starts…Started three games left field on opening weekend in the Paradise Softball Classic in Honolulu, Hawaii...had two hits, one double, and a run in the season-opener vs. St. Mary's...entered as a pinch runner vs. UAB...had a double and four RBI vs. Ole Miss ... entered as a pinch runner in game one vs. Hawai'i...had a hit, a RBI and a stolen base in game two vs. UAB...entered as a pinch runner vs. Hawai'i in the championship game… started in LF in three games at Campbell/Cartier Classic in San Diego, Calif. ...Started in RF vs. Notre Dame and had one hit and one HBP...had one hit vs. No. 24/22 Kentucky...Appeared in 4 games in the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic in Palm Springs, Calif., making one start…was HBP vs. Virginia...came off the bench vs. No. 23/23 Florida State and No. 13/16 Georgia...had an RBI and a walk vs. Illinois...Appeared in four games in the Colorado State Classic, making two starts…Went 2x3, with a run scored, and a stolen base vs. Nebraska-Omaha...scored a run and walked once at Colorado State...Appeared in four games in the Husky Softball Classic…as a pinch hitter vs. New Mexico, she had one hit, one run and one RBI...Appeared in five games in the Judi Garman Classic in Fullerton, Calif., making one start…walked once vs. DePaul...hit a triple as a pinch hitter vs. Penn State, also scored a run and recorded an RBI…Appeared in three games in the Pac-12 opener at Arizona, making one start…hit a three-run double in game one at Arizona...had a hit, stolen base, walk and scored once in game two at Arizona...Appeared in two games vs. Oregon…scored a run in game three vs. Oregon... Started at DP in game one at UCLA... Appeared in three games vs. Oregon State…scored once in game one vs. OSU... scored once and walked once in game three...Appeared in three games at Arizona State, making one start…Made the start in LF in all three games vs. Stanford…Went 1-for-2, with a run scored and 1 walk in game one…Went 0-for-3, with 1 RBI in game two…Hit her first career home run in the 6th inning of game three, finished the day at the plate 2-for-3, with 1 run scored and 2 RBI…Made the start in LF in all three games at Utah…Went 1-for-3 in game one…Went 2-for-4, with 1 RBI in game two…Went 2-for-3, with 3 RBI in game three…Made the start in LF in all three games vs. Cal…Went 1-for-2, with 1 run scored and 1 walk in game one…Scored the game-tying run in the 7th inning of game two, as the Huskies eventually won, 9-8, in 9 innings, finished 0-for-4 at the plate, with 1 run scored…Went 1-for-3 in game three…Made the start in LF in all three games of NCAA Regionals…Hit her second career home run in game three vs. Hawaii, finished the day at the plate 2-for-3, with 2 runs scored, 1 home run, 3 RBI, and 1 stolen base…Made the start in LF in both games of the NCAA Super Regionals vs. Missouri…Made the start in LF in all four games of the Women’s College World Series…Had one of 4 Huskies’ RBIs in their 4-run 6th inning in game three of the WCWS.
2012 (Sophomore): Played in 46 games and started eight ... stole a base in each of the first two games of the season against Nebraska (2/9) and San Jose State (2/10) ... successful on four of five stolen base attempts ... knocked in two runs against CSU Bakersfield (3/19) in a 12-0 victory in the first game of a doubleheader ... Scored eight runs including scoring in consecutive games at Oregon (4/10-4/11) ... made one appearance in the circle against Arizona State (4/27).
2011 (Freshman): Appeared in 31 games with 23 starts both in the outfield and in the circle ... batted .204 collecting 10 hits in 49 at bats with six runs, one double, one triple, seven RBIs and two walks ... also appeared in 18 games with eight starts in the circle and earned a 5-0 record ... pitched 41.0 innings, striking out 26 ... had three at-bats seven different times, scored three runs vs. Mississippi State (2/18) and had a two-game hitting streak (2/26-3/6) ... co-led the team with three RBIs, also getting the win over Mississippi State (2/12) ... earned her second win in the circle, allowing just two hits in 3.2 innings pitched with four strikeouts vs. Cal State Fullerton (2/26) ... picked up her first career save, allowing just two hits in 1.1 innings vs. Cal Poly (2/26) ... got her third win of the year, allowing just two runs on four hits in 3.0 innings vs. USC Upstate (3/11) ... pitched her first career complete game as a Husky with a career high six strikeouts vs. Seattle University (3/13) ... pitched four hitless innings and got her fifth win of the season over Boise State (3/20) ... pitched a perfect final 2.0 innings in relief vs. Cal State Bakersfield (3/22) ... picked up her second career save , allowing just one run while striking out five, and leading the team with two hits vs. No. 14/15 Oregon (4/2) ... scored the tying run in the sixth inning in a 2-1 victory over No. 12/9 Cal (4/9) ... led the Huskies with two of the team's five hits vs. No. 8/7 Arizona (4/17).
Carried a 3.83 grade-point average at Upland High School ... was club teammates with current Husky teammates Morgan Stuart, Niki Williams and Shawna Wright on the Corona Angels under Marty Tyson, the father of former Husky All-American Dena Tyson ... helped the Angels finish second at Nationals in 2007 and 2009 ... four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain at Upland ... led her school to a pair of league championships ... two-time Defensive Player of the Year and three-time All-League selection, adding all-area honors her junior year. Personal
Whitney Jasmine Jones ... parents are Lorraine and Carl ... has an older brother, Justin and a younger sister, Morgan ... father, Carl played AAA baseball in the Atlanta Braves organization from 1986-88 ... is contemplating a career in interior design ... also considered UCLA and Texas. Coach Tarr on Jones
"Whitney Jones was the first of this class to commit to Washington. She is the epitome of a Husky softball player: selfless, accountable, confident and tough. Her primary role will be in our outfield but we are anxious to see how her left-handed arm mixes with our pitching rotation. She's a right-handed power hitter with measureable speed." Jones on why Washington
"I chose Washington because it offers everything I wanted in a college and more. I'm getting the chance to earn a top-notch college degree in the classroom, and will always be striving for a National Championship on the field."