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Jessica Angersbach
Jessica  Angersbach


Brick, N.J.

High School:
Brick Memorial






Villanova Softball vs. Robert Morris

Villanova Softball faces Robert Morris on Day 1 of the Delaware Invitational

2017: Played in 24 games during the season with nine starts…Batted .257 on the year with nine hits, four runs, three RBIs and a double…Had a .962 fielding percentage at her catcher position.

2016:  Appeared in 17 games, including seven starts at catcher...Batted .208 with a .367 on base percentage ... Tallied five hits and five RBI's ... Had a .978 fielding percentage behind the plate. 

Finished the season with a batting average of .200... Appeared in 27 games, with 14 starts... Totaled five hits and two runs on the season... Had a fielding percentage of 1.000.

Appeared in 18 games, including 12 starts as the catcher and DH ... Batted .172 with a .273 on base percentage ... Tallied two doubles and an RBI ... Registered an impressive .963 fielding percentage behind the plate ... Drove in a run and added a hit versus Cornell (3/15).

Brick Memorial High School: Earned four Varsity letters in Softball as a catcher and two in Field Hockey as a defender ... Named First Team A-South Division as a senior ... First Team All-County as a junior and senior ... Third Team All-Conference as a junior ... Named Team Captain and earned the Coach's Award as a junior and senior ... Led team in batting average, on base percentage, and put outs as a junior and senior ... Member of the National Honor Society as a junior and senior ... Received the distinguished Honor Roll throughout high school ... Leadership positions include Student Council Representative all four years and Student Government Representative as a junior and senior.

Personal: Born 10/14/94 in Long Branch, N.J. ... Daughter of Karl and Jennifer Angersbach ... Has a younger brother, Kyle (17) ... Played on the Jersey Intensity Premiere Club team for four years...Majoring in General Sciences...Chose to attend Villanova for its competitive athletics and even more competitive academics...She knew as soon as she stepped on campus for the first time that 'Nova was where she wanted to spend the four most important years of her life.