Jessica Ofelia Mendoza is an American sports broadcaster for ESPN and former softball player. At Stanford University, Mendoza was a four-time first-team All-American outfielder for the Stanford Cardinal from 1999 to 2002, as well as a member of the United States women's national softball team from 2004 to 2010. She won a gold medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, and a silver medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. She played professionally in National Pro Fastpitch. Mendoza owns numerous Cardinal records. She was an analyst on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball from 2016 to 2019. She was dropped from the Sunday Night Baseball broadcast after the 2019 season but remains an ESPN baseball analyst.
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About Jessica Mendoza
American softball player who became a four-time First Team All-American at Stanford University, where she played from 1999 to 2002. She was a member of the gold medal-winning Olympic softball team in 2004 and later became a color analyst for ESPN.
She attended Adolfo Camarillo High School, where she was named the Los Angeles Times Player of the Year in 1998. She was also the MVP of the school's basketball team during her junior and senior years.
She left Stanford as the holder of numerous Cardinal records including career batting average, hits, home runs and stolen bases.
She has sons named Caleb and Cayden with Adam Burks, whom she married in 2006.
She and Laura Berg won gold as members of Team USA at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
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- NCAA Division I softball career .400 batting average list - There are currently 131 batters and 50 records in the.400 Batting Average Club: • Note every player on the list played four seasons of at least 30 at-bats.
- NCAA Division I softball career 50 home runs list - There are currently 183 batters and 36 records in the 50 Home Runs Club...
- Olympic silver medalists for the United States in softball
- Softball players at the 2007 Pan American Games
- Olympic gold medalists for the United States in softball
- Olympic softball players of the United States
- College baseball announcers in the United States
- ESPN people
- Softball players at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- Softball players at the 2004 Summer Olympics
- Women sports announcers
- Sportspeople from Ventura County, California
- American television sports announcers