2009 (As A Senior)
Appeared in 18 games, getting the starting nod on six occasions... Recorded five hits, four runs, a double and an RBI... Had a pinch-hit single and scored a run in UW's 4-1 victory over Florida State (3/12)... Had a career-day against Long Beach State (2/15) at the Campbell Cartier Classic, collecting her first multi-hit game and driving in her first run... Went 2-for-4 with a two-run double and also scored a run in UW's 14-1 victory... Made her first start of the season in the Red Desert Classic against Southern Utah (2/7)... Had two hits and two runs over the weekend at the Cathedral City Classic, going 1-for-2 with a run against Mississippi (2/21) and 1-for-3 against Ohio State... Also scored a run against Long Island (2/20).... Had an at-bat on Senior Day in UW's 11-3 win over California (5/9).
2008 (As A Junior)
Played in 27 games, making three starts, all at shortstop ... made a team-high 24 appearances as a substitute or pinch-runner ... scored six runs as a pinch-runner ... stole four bases in pinch-running situations ... hit .200 (1-for-5) ... picked up first her hit as a Husky in her first game played against UMKC on Feb. 15 ... scored her first run and recorded her first stolen base as a Husky the next day vs. Southern Utah ... had a stolen base at New Mexico on Feb. 23 ... stole a base and scored a run vs. Florida State (Mar. 21) ... scored a run vs. UCLA (Apr. 18) ... scored a run at Oregon on May 9 ... made three appearances at the NCAA Regional as a pinch-runner, recording a stolen base vs. Texas on May 16.
2007 (As A Sophomore At Western Nebraska Community College)
Played one season at Western Nebraska Community College, earning first team All-Region IX honors and Region IX Tournament MVP honors ... was an academic All-Region selection ... set the school record for stolen bases with 34 ... helped WNCC to a runner-up finish at the Region IX Tournament after batting .652 with three home runs and 11 runs scored in six games ... helped the Cougars to a school record 36 wins ... led WNCC with 70 runs scored and finished second on the team with a .464 batting average ... had a hitting streak of 19 games ... went 4-for-4 on four different occasions ... went 3-for-5 with two doubles against Lamar Community College.
2006 (As A Freshman At Highline Community College)
Played one season at Highline Community College ... named the team's MVP and Offensive Player of the Year ... was a first team NWAACC Western Region pick ... finished the season with a .475 batting average, 13 doubles, five triples, nine home runs, 45 runs scored, 50 RBI and 25 stolen bases ... scored four runs and had seven RBI vs. Green River ... had a two home run game vs. Big Bend ... went 5-for-5 on three different occasions.
At Seattle Christian High School
Lettered all four years at Seattle Christian High School ... named the team MVP and was a first-team all-league pick in each of her last three seasons ... was a second-team all-league honoree as a freshman ... named league MVP as a junior ... named a first-team all-state pick as a junior and senior ... helped SCHS to a fourth-place finish in state as senior ... ... also lettered four years in soccer and two years in basketball ... named the SCHS Female Athlete of the Year after her junior and senior seasons ... named first-team all-state in both soccer and basketball as a senior ... played summer ball in 2006 for the Kent Rebel's under head coaches Larry Murphy and Jon Peninger ... her father, Matt, was her coach from grade school through high school.
Daughter of Tammie and Matt Ventoza ... has a twin sister, Jennifer (21) and a brother, Matthew (16) ... majoring in sociology with a minor in spanish ... Jessica Ventoza was born in Seattle, Wash.