Jenny Doehring
    Jenny Doehring


    Nashville, Ill.

    High School:
    Nashville Community

    Last College:
    Southeast Missouri State





    2003: Named to the NCAA Tournament Region VIII All-Tournament Team after batting .312 (5-for-16) with a tournament-high six runs, a home run, two RBI, a .500 slugging percentage and no errors, leading SIU to a runner-up finish ... earned second-team all-MVC honors ... finished third at SIU with a .284 overall average (42-for-148), which was 19th in the MVC ... in MVC play, finished with a .302 average (18th in the MVC) and .603 MVC slugging percentage (2nd at SIU & 6th in the MVC) ... played in and started all 53 games at shortstop ... was the only Saluki to start every game at the same position ... had a season-high five game hitting streak (2/8-15) ... led SIU with 12 multiple-hit and ten multiple-RBI games ... her 25 walks and two triples (T-2nd), 33 runs (3rd), 12 doubles (T-5th), 129 assists (6th), two sacrifice flies (T-6th), 79 total bases (T-7th), .534 slugging percentage (8th), nine stolen bases and 185 plate appearances (T-8th), .393 on base percentage (9th), 29 RBI (10th) and six double plays (T-10th) place her in the top ten in 13 MVC overall categories ... finished with a .943 fielding percentage ... stole three bases against Evansville (4/16), which was a team-high ... her season-high three runs scored against SEMO, three walks versus Alabama and Creighton and two doubles against SEMO tied for the team-high ... collected a career-high seven total bases versus Alabama (2/15), going 2-for-3 with a triple, home run, two runs and two RBI ... had a season-high three hits, going 3-for-3 against Western Kentucky (2/14) and SMS (4/12) ... drove in a career-high four RBI against Evansville (4/10) ... her three walks in a game tied a school record shared by 17 athletes ... her 12 doubles and 25 walks rank seventh and her seven home runs rank ninth in a single season at SIU ... led SIU in runs (33), doubles (12), at bats (148), plate appearances (185), walks (25), on base percentage (.393), double plays (6) and assists (129) ... also tied for the lead in games started and played (53), hits (42), triples (2), sacrifice flies (2) and stolen base percentage (1.000) ... was second in total bases (79), slugging percentage (.534) and stolen bases (9) ... tied for second in steal attempts (9) and hit by pitch (3) and is third in RBI (29) and fielding chances (210), fourth with seven home runs and fifth with 69 putouts and seven sacifices ... named to the Verizon Academic All-District V Softball Team First-Team and the MVC Scholar-Athlete First-Team ... hit a walk-off home run in a 1-0 win over Illinois State (4/26) ... also homered in SIU?s 6-1 NCAA Tournament win over Massachusetts ... her fifth home run of the season (vs. UNI) tied the old SIU team record of 37 ... homered in SIU?s 4-0 upset of then #22 Alabama at the Bama Bash ... named to the Bama Bash All-Tournament Team ... earned MVC Player-of-the-Week honors on 4/14 after hitting .500 in seven games and .692 in four MVC games versus SMS and Evansville ... SIU went 12-2 when she batted fifth in the lineup, where she hit .350 ... also hit .529 (9-for-17) when batting sixth ... hit .389 (7-for-18) vs. left handers and .311 (14-for-45) with runners in scoring position.

    2002: Redshirted after transferring from Southeast Missouri State.

    SEMO: OVC Player-of-the-Year and First-Team All-OVC in 2001 ... hit .319 and led SEMO in runs, triples, homers, RBI and walks ... went 15-10 as a pitcher with a 2.36 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 160.1 innings ... had a 22-inning scoreless streak and 21 complete games ... named first-team all-OVC and first-team all-OVC tournament in 2000 ... was team co-MVP ... played in all 55 games ... led team in batting average (.321), runs, doubles, walks and hits ... recorded a team-best 0.69 ERA in 21 appearences with two shutouts.

    Nashville Community: Lettered all four years ... named second-team all-state and a Chicago Tribune all-state performer ... all-conference, all-south, all-area and team MVP all four years ... Belleville News, Centralia Sentinel and Southern Illinois Player-of-the-Year as a senior ... led team to fourth place finish at state tournament ... all-conference in basketball three years and team MVP as a senior ... also competed in cross country ... member of the National Honor Society ... named to the Honor Roll all four years.

    Personal: Majoring in math ... holds a 3.724 cumulative GPA ... named to the Dean?s List in the 2003 Fall Semester ... her sister, Stacy, is a 1994 SIU graduate ... has two brothers, Keith and Scott, who played baseball four years at Fontbonne College ... daughter of Charles and Judy Doehring ... born on May 16, 1981 in St. Louis.