2005 (as a junior)
One of three Jayhawks to start all 55 games ... An All-Big 12 Second Team and Academic All-Big 12 First Team selection ... Led the team with 36 RBI and 171 at bats ... Ranked second with 48 hits and 10 home runs and tied for fourth on the squad with a .281 batting average ... Also totaled nine doubles and four sacrifice flies ... Had 11 multi-hit and nine multi-RBI games ... Went 2-for-3 with a double against New Mexico State on Feb. 5 ... Named to the Hilton New Mexico Classic All-Tournament team ... Went 3-for-3 against Utah Valley State (Feb. 13) and Ball State (March 5) ... Led KU with four hits and two RBI in a doubleheader at Wichita State on March 31 ... Went 2-for-3 in KU's win at No. 24 Nebraska on April 20 ... Posted a career-high four hits in five at-bats, including a three-run homer and the game-winner, in KU's win over No. 5 Oklahoma on April 23 ... Named Big 12 Player of the Week on April 26 ... Hit a solo homer against North Dakota State on April 28 and tied the KU all-time career home run record (23) ... Went 3-for-4 and scored two runs at Iowa State on May 7 ... Broke the KU home runs record in the Jayhawks' final game of the season, blasting the 24th bomb of her career on May 21 against Georgia Tech in the NCAA Tournament.
2004 (as a sophomore)
Started 55 of 57 games she played in ... Third on the squad with seven stolen bases in 10 attempts ... Notched three home runs late in the season ... Was hit by four pitches, tying Heather Stanley for the most of any Jayhawk ... Second on the team with four sacrifice hits ... Recorded multi-hit games against SMS (March 9) and Illinois State (March 14) ... Notched four or more putouts on six occasions ... Her two RBI against Texas Tech on May 12 gave KU its first win of the Big 12 Tournament ... Named a Jayhawk Scholar.
2003 (as a freshman)
Set a KU freshman record with 11 homers in 2003, ranking second all-time for a season and tied for the Big 12 lead ... Had a team-leading six game-winning RBI ... Led the team in several offensive categories including home runs, RBI (27), doubles (tied with seven) and slugging percentage (.559) ... Started every game at second base ... Her 11th homer of the year gave KU a 1-0 win over seventh-ranked Nebraska on April 25 ... Hit two homers in game one and a third in game two of a doubleheader sweep of Oklahoma City on Feb. 25 ... Named to the Crimson Classic All-Tournament team ... Hit two home runs, firsts in her collegiate career, and had five RBI vs. Bethune-Cookman on Feb. 7 ... Her 27 RBI ranks fourth all-time for freshmen at KU ... Had 11 multi-hit and seven multi-RBI games ... Went 6-for-11 with four homers in one three-game stretch ... Her .559 slugging percentage is currently the highest all-time at KU by 58 points ... Named team offensive MVP.
Olathe South H.S.
The 2002 Kansas Gatorade high school softball player of the year ... Four-year letterwinner in softball and basketball for the Falcons ... Was first-team all-state, all-metro, Olathe, Sunflower League and All-Sun Country at shortstop as a junior and senior ... Was first-team Olathe, Sunflower League and Sun Country as a sophomore ... Led Sunflower league with .485 batting average as a junior ... Was MVP of the 2002 Kansas vs. Missouri All-Star Softball Game ... Coached by Mike Allen ... As a hoopster, was first-team All-Olathe and second-team All-Sunflower League ... Academic Honor Roll member all four years ... Named Best Athlete at Olathe South ... Named top female athlete by the Olathe Daily News .... Olathe South 2002 Homecoming Queen.
Played for the Kansas City Peppers, coached by Dan Eakin ... Played in the 2002 18-under Gold Nationals ... Helped lead Peppers to a third-place finish in 2001 18-under Nationals.
Born Jessica Leigh Moppin, Sept. 30, 1983, in Kansas City, Kan. ... Majoring in sports psychology ... Nickname is "J-Mop" ... Best hidden talent is 'doing the Robot' ... Chose KU over Missouri, Nebraska and others ... Daughter of John and Linda Moppin ... Siblings are Jennifer, Joette and John ... Jennifer played softball at Independence C.C.