Janna Kovensky
Janna  Kovensky


San Diego

High School:
Rancho Bernardo High School






Aztec Softball Shuts Out Harvard, 3-0

Aztec Softball shuts out Harvard, 3-0

2003: A 2003 Mountain West Conference player of the week following her performance at the Campbell/Cartier Classic where she launched a walk-off home run to lead the Aztecs to a 1-0 win over Oregon...Pieced together a career-high 10-game hitting streak from Feb. 8-Feb. 21...Has third most runs in program history with 97 and is tied for fourth most career stolen bases (40)...Had two games in which she stole two bases...Against Northern Iowa, she went 2-for-4 with two runs and three RBI...Led the team with three home runs and 12 sacrifice hits.

2002: Played in all 64 of the Aztecs' contests during her sophomore season, receiving the starting nod in 63...Her .308 batting average was the fourth best on the 2002 squad, and is the best among Aztecs returning in 2003...Went 1-for-2 with a walk and three stolen bases to go along with a sacrifice fly and an RBI in SDSU's second game of the season against San Jose State...Extremely consistent during Mountain West Conference action, posting at least one hit in 14-of-18 league games...Went 2-for-5 with three RBI, one run scored and a stolen base in the Aztecs' April 19 10-2 rout of BYU...At Colorado State on April 14, she went 2-for-4 at the dish, including a home run and two RBI...Went 3-for-3 against MWC foe New Mexico on April 28...Stole 19 bases in 23 attempts...Registered a seven-game hitting streak, a six-game hitting streak, and hit safely in five consecutive games twice...Had five games in which she posted three or more hits...Ranked fifth among MWC players with 60 hits and seventh for runs scored (35)...Listed in the top-10 in the conference in doubles, triples, total bases, sacrifice flies, stolen bases total plate appearances and at-bats...Tied for fifth in the Aztec record books for highest career batting average (.296)...Also in the top-5 in the program's history for most runs(70), runs batted in (47), stolen bases (28) and on-base percentage (.353)...An academic all-conference selection...Named to the 2002 all-Mountain West Conference team.

2001: One of only two Aztecs to start every game she played in...Made a major impact offensively and defensively in her first season on The Mesa...Went on a seven-game hitting streak, along with two five-game hitting streaks, early in the season...Led the team with 22 walks...In just her third game of her collegiate career, she went 2-for-3 with two RBI against Illinois-Chicago...Hit her first career home run against sixth-ranked Arizona State at the NFCA Leadoff Classic...Went 3-for-3 with one run batted in against 11th-ranked Michigan at the Campbell/Cartier Classic...Make game-saving catch at the fence to preserve the Aztecs' most impressive victory of the season over defending national champion Oklahoma on March 20...Had another three-hit performance against San Diego at the Hawai'i Invitational...Led the Mountain West in batting average after the first two weeks...Finished conference play with a .300 batting percentage...Led the team with a .417 on-base percentage in league action...Went a perfect 5-for-5 from the plate against Mountain West Conference leader Utah in the April 6 doubleheader...Hit a three-run homerun against New Mexico in the MWC tournament semifinal...Led the Aztecs with 35 runs scored and four home runs.

High School: Two-sport star at Rancho Bernardo High School...Lettered four years in softball and three years in volleyball...Voted Palomar League player of the year as a junior and senior...Also earned first-team all-county and all-state as a senior...Led team to the league championship as a sophomore, junior and senior...Selected first-team all-league in volleyball.

Personal: Janna Therese Kovensky was born May 20, 1982, in San Diego...Daughter of Barbara Slawson..Has two brothers, Justin and Cody...Favorite athlete is Chipper Jones...Major is criminal justice.

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