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Jordan Olivarez
Jordan  Olivarez


Riverside, Calif.

High School:
Martin Luther King Jr.



2018: Started in 14 of the 35 games she played during her sophomore season….Spent most her playing time at catcher…Behind the plate she tallied a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage…Batted .225 with nine hits, four runs, and four RBI’s.

2017: Started in 29 of the 42 games that she played in this season…Became the starting catcher toward the middle of the season…Had a .994 fielding percentage in her first collegiate season…Batted .177 with 14 hits, eight RBIs, five runs and four doubles this year

Martin Luther King Jr. High School:
Four-year varsity letter winner and three-year starter at catcher…Named Team MVP in 2015-16…Earned Big Eight All-League and CIF Honorable Mention honors from 2013-16…Led her team in batting average for three years…Had a career 0.997 caught stealing percentage, with no stolen bases allowed during her senior year…Member of the team that finished as the CIF Division I Runner-up in 2013-14…Named to the Honor Roll all four years of high school…Earned All-CIF Academic Team honors in 2015-16…Member of the Riverside County Academic Team Award from 2014-16.

Personal: Born in Riverside, Calif…Daughter of Felix Olivarez and Todd & Christy Pollard…Has a sister, Kaila Pollard…Education Major…Former teammate of Regan Lough, who plays volleyball at Villanova…Enjoys spending time and volunteering to help special needs children and adults…Wants to become involved with Special Olympics or become a special needs teacher…Chose Villanova because of the outstanding education reputation and the university’s involvement with Special Olympics.