2008: Started 62 games, missing seven games due to a shoulder injury sustained at Boston College … Started 51 games in centerfield and 11 as the designated player … Hit .202 on the season with 38 hits coming in 188 at bats … Had nine doubles and three home runs … Had 25 RBI and scored 19 runs … Recorded three outfield assists, with two coming in postseason at big times … Doubled off Angela Findlay of Michigan in the Super Regionals to end a Wolverine rally and threw out a runner at home against Florida at the World Series … Drew 12 walks and had two sacrifice bunts along with a sac fly … Hit a three-run home run at Georgia Tech … Had six multi-hit games and four multi-RBI contests … Had seven game-winning hits and scored three game-winning runs.
2007: One of five players to start all 65 games for the Hokies … A second-team all-state selection in the outfield, as selected by VaSID … Batted .274 on the season with 52 hits, including five doubles and four home runs … Drove in 29 runs and scored 30 runs … Drew 14 walks … Committed just one error in 61 chances … Had a grand slam against Tennessee Tech … Named to the all-tournament team at the ACC Championship.
2006: Started all 60 games in centerfield … An NFCA All-Northeast Region second-team selection … Was also second-team All-ACC … Named the state’s rookie of the year by the state’s SIDs … Named first-team all-state by VaSID as an outfielder … Led the team with a .343 batting average and tied for the team lead with six home runs … Had 59 hits, including eight doubles and two triples … Drew 21 walks and struck out 34 times … Had 24 RBI and scored 27 runs … Committed just one error in 58 chances … Hit the game-winning home run against Minnesota … Her three-RBI triple in the 11th inning capped a comeback against Nevada.
High School: Lettered four times for Coach Joe Spicer at Loudoun Valley High … Helped lead her team to two AA state championships … Earned Group AA first-team all-state honors as a senior … A two-time, first-team All-Met selection by The Washington Post … Batted .548 her senior year, totaling 52 hits, 38 RBI and 41 runs … Walked 16 times and struck out just once in 95 at bats … Was errorless in the field her final two seasons … Was also a two-time honorable mention All-Met selection … Club team was the Shamrocks … Helped lead them to a title at the ASA’s 18-under Gold national championship held in Salinas, CA.
Personal: Jessica Michelle Everhart … Born May 12, 1987, in Leesburg, VA … Daughter of Preston and Sheree Everhart … Twin sister, Jennifer, plays softball at Radford … Is engaged to Stevie Ray Lloyd, a former Liberty University football player … Majoring in sociology.