Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Newnan, Ga.
High School: Newnan



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2018: Hit .250 with three home runs, 22 RBI, eight doubles, and 11 runs scored... Played in 45 contests, starting 41... Played primarily 1B and catcher... Ranked fourth on the team in both RBI and doubles... Hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to lead Georgia State to a 5-4 win against Chattanooga on May 2... Jobe hit her second career grand slam on March 17 at UT Arlington... Of her 22 RBI, 14 came during conference play.

2017: Played 22 games and started nine as a sophomore… Recorded seven hits, two runs, four RBI and five walks… Held a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage with 25 putouts and three assists… Jobe saw playing time at catcher (10 games), DP (six games), and was used as a pinch hitter nine times.

2016: Started 44 games and played in 50 as a freshman… Jobe appeared mostly as a DP, but also saw action at catcher, first base, second base and third base… She got off to a hot start and was hitting .357 after her first 13 games… She finished the season with a .238 average, 16 RBI, 10 runs, four doubles, one home run and 18 walks… Jobe’s first career homer was a grand slam on March 16 in Game 1 of a doubleheader against Western Carolina… Her first hit was against St. John’s on Feb. 24.

Prep: Was a four-year letter-winner at Newnan High School under head coach Carrie Gilmore ... Has been an all-county and all-region selection in addition to an all-state honorable mention honoree as a sophomore ... Was named Coweta County Newcomer of the Year as a freshman and was chosen as Game Day magazine’s student-athlete of the month during junior year ... Graduated with honors and is a Georgia Merit Scholar ... Played travel softball for the East Cobb Bullets Gold.

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