Played for the Alaska Goldpanners with teammate Mike Hofius in the Alaska Summer League in 2002
batted .270, over 46 games, scoring 19 runs and driving in 16
stole a team-best nine bases
his five doubles were fourth on the team... team won the NBC World Series in Wichita... played for the Mat-Su Miners in the Alaska Summer League in 2001... batted .217 with a .346 on-base percentage... had 25 hits in 115 at-bats... third on the team with 13 RBIs and second on the team with two homers... also had three doubles and one triple... scored 11 times.
LBSU Career: Batting .298 with 35 runs and 37 RBIs in his career... eight doubles, three triples and four homers.
LBSU 2002: Batted .277 with 24 runs and 28 RBIs in 37 starts
started 15 games at catcher, and 22 games at third base
tallied six doubles, a team-best three triples and three homers
missed five weeks of the season with a strained MCL suffered on April 12 against UC Santa Barbara... hit safely in six of final eight games after returning to starting lineup May 14 against Pepperdine... had 11 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games... hit safely in 10 of first 11 games of the season... went 2-for-4 with a double at Cal on February 16... went 2-for-3 versus Fresno State on February 26... went 2-for-5 with two RBIs and a double versus Arizona March 9... went 4-for-8 against Wichita State in mid-March... went 2-for-5 at UC Riverside on March 15... went 2-for-4 versus Pepperdine with a solo homer versus Pepperdine on May 14... went 2-for-5 with two RBIs versus Pacific on May 17
went 1-for-4 with two RBIs against CS Fullerton on May 24.
LBSU 2001: Late blooming freshman earned, at least platoon position at third base for the last month and a half of the regular season... earned a spot in the lineup after playing for the injured C Bryan Kennedy in mid-April... batted .360 with 11 runs and nine RBIs in 27 games, 13 starts... had two doubles and one homer... posted a .972 fielding percentage at third, second and catcher, making just two errors... hit .333 in 11 games and seven starts versus the Big West... started at catcher for injured Bryan Kennedy in mid-April, and went 9-for-21 (.429) with six RBIs and five runs... went 3-for-3 with three runs and three RBIs at UC Riverside on April 22... went 2-for-3 with two RBIs the next game at UCLA on April 24 and than 2-for-4 versus CS Northridge on April 27 after that... went 2-for-2 with a run versus Cal Poly on May 12... four multi-hit games.
High School: Played three years for coach Jerry Crews at Casa Roble High School... two-time all-league... all-city... Athlete of the Year... Optimist all-star... team went 21-11 in 2000, after finishing 18-13 in both 1998 and 1999... graduated with high honors (3.5 GPA or better).
Personal: Born on December 10, 1981... son of Brad and Chris Jennings... father, Brad, played football at Ohio University... brother, Nate, played two years of baseball at American River College... majoring in communications." (Source: )