Jenn Salling joins Power Line coaching advanced hitting, slapping, and middle infield play.
Jenn Salling attended Oregon her freshman year and was one of the top 10 finalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year, the only freshman to be named a finalist. During her freshman year, she was also named First-Team All-American after finishing second in the NCAA in batting average. She attended University of Washington from her sophomore year on and graduated in 2011. She was named First-Team NFCA/ Louisville Slugger All American, as well as the All-Pac 10 Team 3 times. In 2009, Jenn Salling was named Pac 10 Newcomer of the Year and in 2011 the Defensive Player of the Year. She was named a Top 25 Finalist for Player of the Year in both her 2010 and 2011 season. Jenn Salling graduated from Washington with a .342 career batting average, 97 walks, a 9th best .543 slugging percentage, and a 5th best on-base percentage with .474.
Jenn Salling played for the Canadian National Team and won a Bronze Medal at the World Championships in 2010, Bronze at the World Cup in 2009, and Silver at the Canada Cup in 2009. She also played in the 2008 Summer Olympics for Canada with Danielle Lawrie where she was the starting shortstop and batted clean up in all of Canada’s Olympic contests.
Jenn Salling was the 3rd overall draft pick of the USSSA Florida Pride in the 1st round of the 2011 NPF Draft and in 2013 had a .305 batting average and 10 RBI’s.
We are excited for Jenn Salling to work with our athletes and take them to the next level.