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JESSICA NORI

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JESSICA NORI

Redshirt Junior Season (2013)

Was an effective reliever once again for the Seminoles … finished 1-0 with a 1.79 ERA in 13 relief appearances … threw 15.2 innings and allowed 15 hits, three walks and struck out four … held batters to a .234 batting average … secured the win against Appalachian State on her longest outing of the season (3.0 IP), allowing only one run on three hits … the only earned runs she allowed on the season were on March 31 at Maryland … closed out the game and received a save in the second game of a doubleheader against FIU, retiring all five batters she faced in 1.2 innings of work … posted a season-high three strikeouts against Boston College … won the team’s Ah-Tah-Ti-Ki award for outstanding academics … named to the Capital One Softball Academic All-District IV First Team … pitched superbly with two outs, holding batters to just 2-for-20 (.100) on the season … made the ACC Softball All-Academic Team.

Redshirt Sophomore Season (2012)

Was a formidable part to FSU’s depth-filled pitching staff … tied school single-season record with four saves … finished 16th nationally in saves … went 4-4 with a 2.06 ERA … threw 51 innings and made 24 appearances, including five games started … held opponents to a .237 batting average and did not allow a triple all season … led the Seminoles with a 1.29 ERA in conference play … named to the Capital One Academic District 4 Softball Team … All-ACC Softball Academic Team … earned her four saves against Florida Gulf Coast (March 29), Georgia Tech twice (April 15 and 16) and N.C. State in the ACC Tournament (May 10) … tied for second in saves in the ACC with teammate Bailey Schinella … led the conference with 17 games finished … second in the ACC with 19 games in relief … her two critical saves delivered in pressure-fill situations against Georgia Tech were shown on ESPN3 and ESPNU … contributed greatly to FSU’s school-record 10 team saves, breaking the single-season school record of seven held in 2002 … enjoyed an excellent season as a reliever, garnering just a 0.87 ERA in 19 relief appearances … as a reliever, she allowed just four earned runs in 32.1 innings pitched and walked just five with 20 strikeouts … earned wins against Mississippi (Feb. 10), Virginia Tech (April 7), Florida A&M (April 10) and Maryland (May 5).

Redshirt Freshman Season (2011)

Finished 8-5 with a 2.84 ERA … tossed three complete games … threw 88.2 innings and struck out 40 while allowing 97 base hits … opponents hit .278 against her … walked just 21 batters all season, averaging one base-on-ball per four innings … made 22 appearances, which includes 11 starts … named an NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete … had two tremendous performances in the NCAA postseason, earning victories against Georgia State (no runs in 3.1 relief innings) and UAB (one run allowed in six innings pitched) … ended the regular season with 6.1 scoreless innings pitched against Georgia Tech on May 8 and Virginia on May 14 … pitched six or more innings in six of her 11 starts … also threw five or more relief innings against Virginia Tech, Mercer, North Florida and Georgia … earned first career victory over Middle Tennessee on Feb. 18, allowing one run on three hits while fanning five … also posted wins versus Mercer, North Florida, Boston College and Georgia Tech … one of her best relief appearances against nationally-ranked Georgia Tech on May 8 when she allowed just two hits in the final 4.1 innings to get the victory.

Freshman Season (2010)

Stayed with FSU as a team manager.

High School

Extremely productive player at St. Thomas Aquinas High … 2008 Sun Sentinel Second Team … 2009 Miami Herald First Team … 2010 Florida ASA state champions … honor roll in all four years.

Personal

Born on Feb. 26, 1991 … double majoring in entrepreneurship and professional sales … daughter of Peter and Sandra Nori … favorite flavor of ice cream is mint chocolate chip … wants to run her own company one day … wears number 26 because it’s the day of her birthday … always bakes for road trips … favorite home cooked meal are tacos … most watched TV channels are ESPN and MLB Network … favorite fast food meal is a Chick-Fil-A sandwich … reads People Magazine and Sports Illustrated … favorite movies are “Sweet Home Alabama” and “The Proposal” … proudest moment was making the FSU softball team.