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Rounding the Bases with J'nae Jefferson
Today's "Rounding the Bases" segment features J'nae Jefferson, a senior infielder from Barboursville, W.Va.
Jefferson, who was named to the all-conference first team, the Big South all-academic team and the Big South Championship All-Tournament Team after her final campaign, finishes her career on several career top five lists in the Liberty record books. She ranks third in games played (240) and second in games started (240); she ties for third with 113 career runs scored; she is fifth all-time with 62 walks, and she ranks third on Liberty's career list with 705 at-bats.
Jefferson also had the fifth-most runs in single-season history this year, with 50.
The daughter of Jay and Margie Jefferson graduated last week with a degree in business marketing.
Getting to know J'nae Jefferson
What is your favorite Bible verse?
I know it's not good for me, but I love to eat …
What was the best movie you watched over the last year?
I came to Liberty because …
During my visit, I fell in love with the campus and the people.
Share something about one of your teammates that someone outside the program would never know without you telling them.
Jenny Law is on a "diet"… all the time.
My earliest memory while competing in my sport is …
Wearing my white cleats.
If you could be somebody else for a day, who would you be?
The best part of being a Liberty student-athlete is …
Traveling to places like Hawaii and California to play.
My dream job would be …
Amber DePasquale's maid.
If you could have one super power, what would it be?
The TV show I can't live without watching each week is ...
One Tree Hill
If I were named "Coach for a Day", I would make my coaches …
My favorite thing about being a part of the Liberty softball team is …
My teammates, and 5 a.m. workouts.
What is the most exciting thing you did this summer?
Planned my wedding!
What is your favorite vacation spot?
What is the best advice you have ever received?
"Don't get fat after you get married."