Cheyenne Jenks, FGCU
FGCU & ASUN Career Overview (4 Years): Was a two-sport star at FGCU, winning three ASUN Championships combined with both the softball and volleyball programs. She competed for the softball team in the final two Division II years and the first two inaugural Division I campaigns. She still holds 17 combined game, season and career school records and became one of three All-Americans in program history in 2009. Her 73 RBIs in back-to-back years (2008-09) are still ASUN single-season records. She was an All-ASUN First Team honoree in both years she was eligible and ranks in the top five of every significant offensive category in FGCU history. In her four years, the softball team had a record of 214-42 (95-25 at the D-I level). She did not get the chance to showcase her abilities in the postseason as NCAA and conference rules did not allow FGCU to participate in either the NCAA or ASUN Championships because of the transition to Division I. Her career school records are for most games played/started (256), hits (295), doubles (49), home runs (55), RBIs (225), runs scored (227), at bats (774), total bases (529), intentional walks (19), and sacrifice flies (15). As A Senior (2009): Easton First Team All-American ' Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division I All-American ' Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-South Region First Team ' Unanimously selected as the ASUN Player of the Year and was voted to the All-ASUN First Team ' also named to the ASUN All-Academic Team ' two-time ASUN Player of the Week tied her own conference record with 73 RBIs and recorded the second-most home runs in a single season in ASUN history (23) ' led the league with a .473 batting average ' broke the school record for slugging percentage (1.021) and intentional walks drawn (17) ' was also in the top three in batting average, on-base percentage (.622), home runs, RBIs, walks (58), and total bases (149). As A Junior (2008): Unanimous All-ASUN First Team selection ' led the Eagles to the ASUN Regular Season Championship in their inaugural campaign in the league ' broke the conference record with 73 RBIs and also set a school record with six sacrifice flies ' landed in the top 10 in school history in batting average (.398), slugging percentage (.738), on-base percentage (.494), hits (76), home runs (16), and total bases (141). As A Sophomore (2007): Set the school record for most games played and started in a single season in school history (69) ' helped lead the Eagles to the most victories in program history (62) ' also landed in the top five in FGCU history with 225 at bats, 82 hits and four sacrifice flies ' amassed a .364 batting average and 15 doubles, nine home runs, 55 runs scored, 128 total bases, and five stolen bases. As A Freshman (2006): Played and started in 67 games, which are both fifth-most in a single season in school history ' had the sixth-highest number of at bats (212) and runs scored (58) in school history, and also the 10th-most triples (5) in a single season in school history ' also registered a .321 batting average, 68 hits, seven home runs, 12 doubles, 41 RBIs and 111 total bases ' she also stole 14 bases. As A Member Of The Volleyball Team (2006-08): Led FGCU to back-to-back ASUN Regular Season Championships ' played in 223 sets and 77 matches across three seasons ' tallied career numbers of 184 kills on a .202 attack percentage, 97 assists, 32 aces, 391 digs, and 37 blocks ' in her final year, the full-rotation player amassed 146 kills, 231 digs, 83 assists, 29 blocks and 18 aces.