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#4 Jayme Gee
Position: Catcher
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: The Woodlands, Texas
High School: The Woodlands College Park HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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Jayme Gee Bio
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 10/20/2010

2013: Jayme Gee was excellent behind the plate in her junior season. She finished fourth in the SEC with 13 runners caught stealing. She was also a surprise at the plate, passing her homerun total of two in 2012, she hit seven bombs last year. Two of those homeruns came in back-to-back games against UMKC and UGA on March 27 and 29. Gee finished first in the SEC in putouts, as she started every game for the Hogs this season. On March 2 she went 3-for-3 with a grandslam and five RBI against Northern Iowa. She had a sacrifice fly on April 26 at No. 2 Tennessee that helped Arkansas to a 2-1 win. Gee also walked nine times to move her into eighth place on the UA career list, she now has 50.

2012: Gee returned to be the main catcher for the Razorbacks in her sophomore season. Gee started 52 games and made 54 appearances behind the plate. Gee batted .215 for with 28 hits and 16 RBI. Gee went 2-3 in the opening game of the NCAA Tournament against Boston University at the Berkeley Regional where she brought in one run with a double in the 3-2 victory over the Terriers. She was the only Razorback last season to record a grand slam, which was in walk off form against Mississippi State on April 7. She followed that performance with a three-run home run at Kentucky. Behind the plate Gee led the team in putouts with 225 while also grabbing 20 assists.

2011: Gee was a staple behind the plate for the Razorbacks as a freshman. She started all but three games in the catcher's position for UA. With a .978 fielding percentage, Gee caught 14 steal attempts on the season. She turned one of the Razorbacks double plays on the year and had 22 assists. She had a season high 13 putouts against Rhode Island (Feb. 13) at the 25th Annual Louisiana Classic and matched that two weeks later versus Rutgers (Feb. 24) at the Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Islander Classic in Corpus Christi, Texas. At the plate, Gee managed a .228 batting average in her 49 games. She collected 26 hits and six RBI in her first season as a Razorback. Gee had three multi-hit games for the Razorbacks, including the last game of the series against Alabama (March 27) when she went 2-for-2 against the No. 1 Tide. Gee had two sacrifice flies on the year and eight extra-base hits.

HIGH SCHOOL: Gee was a catcher from The Woodlands College Park High School in the Woodlands, Texas. Gee was the starting catcher on the varsity team for four seasons and had over a .300 batting average each season including a .402 average in her senior year. In the same season, she tallied a .486 on-base percentage and a .783 slugging percentage. Gee was named as the offensive player of the year at her high school and was an academic all-district and all-state selection as a senior. She finished her high-school career with 138 hits, 12 homeruns and 37 doubles. She also had a career high of 83 singles and 111 RBI. Under the direction of head coach Richard Bass, Gee helped her tournament team, the Texas Peppers Tanel Gold, to finish 13th in the ASA Gold National Championships in 2010. She was a three-time academic all-district team member. Gee was also a member of the National English Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 19, 1992, she is the daughter of Chris and Judy Gee. She has a younger sister named Jenny. She is majoring in recreation and sports management.


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