Had her first career hit and RBI in game one vs. OSU ... pinch hit in game two at UCLA ... pinch hit in game one vs. Oregon ... pinch hit in game three at Arizona ... came in off the bench and played in right field vs. Bradley ... pinch hit vs. Virginia ... pinch hit vs. Illinois and drew a walk ... made her collegiate debut as a pinch hitter vs. Ole Miss.
Kreamer hails from Shreveport, La., where she attended Evangel Christian Academy and played for the American Freedom Gold ... freshman year was named to all-state team, all-district team and her team won the state championship ... sophomore year named to all-district and won the state championship ... junior year earned all-distract, all-state and all-city honors and won state championship ... senior year named all-district, all-state and all-city ... holds school records for most career triples (25), doubles (33), home runs (10), RBI (130) and is second in career runs scored (509).
Born Sept. 16, 1993 ... parents are David and Janine ... has two brothers, Matt and Dan ... brother Matt plays football at McNeese State ... brother Dan plays football at Arkansas ... has former HS/club teammates that play at UCF and Houston ... lists her favorite athlete as Tim Tebow because, "he is a great example of the Christian athlete and he knows how to handle adversity with a winning attitude." ... most admires her parents because, "they have taught me how to rely on Jesus no matter what circumstance I go through."
Kreamer on why Washington
"I chose UW for the winning atmosphere and to get a great four-year education. I believe UW will push me to the fullest and help me reach goals and dreams."
Coach Tarr on Kreamer
"Jenna committed to UW because she wants to help us win another national title. She has played for a very successful Evangel Christian high school program that has won three state championships in the past three years. She is a right handed power hitter that can compete at third base and play in the corner outfield positions. She is the first Husky to come from the state of Louisiana."