|2013||Did Not Play|
Updated: January 25, 2015
Career Highlights: Has seven career game-winning runs scored and one career game-winning RBI … Became second Hokie in last 10 years to hit an inside-the-park home run (Tim Smalling, March 5, 2010) with his at Liberty on April 14, 2014 … Also, became second Hokie with 20 or more stolen bases in a single season in last 10 years (Nate Parks, 2006, 30; 2007, 39) and first freshman since Tim Buheller (1983, 33) to steal at least 20 bags … Has one outfield assist.
2014: Started all 51 games played, with 49 in centerfield and two as the DH … Had 17 multi-hit games, including four games with three hits and one with four, four multi-RBI games and a team-high 12 multi-run scoring games … Had a team-long 12-game hitting streak and a 19-game reached base streak … Batted .323 (second on the team) with 62 hits (second), including five doubles and a home run, for 70 total bases (third) and a .365 slugging percentage (third) … Scored 38 runs (second) and knocked in 16 more … Drew a team-high 40 walks, including one intentional, and was hit by four pitches for a .449 on-base percentage which led the team … Was 20-for-26 on stolen base attempts, which also led the team … Was second on the team with nine sacrifice hits … In the NCAA, was ranked in six categories – 20th in walks per game (0.78), 44th in walks, 71st in on-base percentage, 73rd in stolen bases per game (0.39), 75th in stolen bases and 159th in sacrifice bunts … In the ACC, was top 12 in four categories (at the end of the regular season) – tied for fourth in stolen bases, fifth in on-base percentage, sixth in walks and 12th in average – and finshed fourth in on-base percentage, fifth in stolen bases, tied for ninth in walks and 10th in average in the final stats … In ACC-only games, finished tied for fourth in stolen bases (8) and tied for 19th in average (.301).
2013: Redshirted the season.
High School: Earned varsity letters for three years while playing for Coach Bill Tussey at State College … Was named a preseason All-State Honorable Mention by ESPNHS entering senior year … Led the league in stolen bases in both his junior and senior seasons … Was a team captain, MVP and batted .430 as a senior … Also earned three varsity letters while playing football for the Little Lions and two letters in indoor track, making states as a long jumper.
Personal: Saige Michael Jenco … Born August 7, 1994 in State College, Pennsylvania … Son of Lindsay Jenco … Enrolled in university studies.