Jill Compton Talks Fresno State, NPF

 

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Dallas Charge rookie pitcher Jill Compton talks to Eric Lopez and Victor Anderson about her rookie season with the Charge. Compton also talked about legendary career at Fresno State. Among the topics Compton also discussed included:

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Jill Compton with former teammate Brenna Moss during Charge-Chicago Bandits series ( Photo Courtesy of Fresno State SoftballTwitter)
  • How did Compton end up with Dallas Charge?
  • Adjustment from College Softball to Pro Softball
  • What advice Brenna Moss gave to Compton about the NPF?
  • Being recruited by Margie Wright
  • 2016 Fresno State season
  • Playing for Trisha Ford
  • Reaction to Trisha Ford leaving Fresno State for Arizona State?
  • Thoughts on new Fresno State Head Coach Linda Garza
  • Whats the future post softball for Jill Compton?
  • Whats it like playing with Lauren Haeger and Cheridan Hawkins

Interview with Jill Compton

Fresno State Accolades for Jill Compton (2013-2016)

Jill Compton
Photo Courtesy of Fresno State

• 2016 Female Bulldog of the Year
• 2016 MW Pitcher of the Year
• 2016 NFCA All-Region first-team
• 2016 All-MW first-team
• 2016 NFCA Pitcher of the Week (Feb. 16)
• 2016 Academic All-MW
• 2015 Mountain West Pitcher of the Year
• 2015 All-Mountain West First-Team
• 2015 All-Region First-Team
• 2015 MW Pitcher of the Week (3/17, 3/24, 4/6, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28)
• Spring 2015 Academic All-Conference
• 2014 All-Mountain West First-Team
• 2014 All-Region Second Team
• 2014 MW Pitcher of the Week (4/29)
• 2013 All-Mountain West First Team
• 2013 MW Pitcher of the Week (3/26, 5/7)
In her senior season, Compton led Fresno State to 42-12-1 season winning the Mountain West Conference and finished in the Top 25 polls. Compton led the Mountain West with 25 wins, 194.1 innings pitched, 140 strikeouts (52 looking) and 31 games started during the 2016 season.Compton finished her Bulldogs career as  Fresno State’s top 10 career leader in games started (2nd, 135), appearances (2nd, 161), saves (4th, 5), wins (6th, 88), strikeouts (6th, 686), no-hitters (6th, 4), innings pitched (7th, 821.2) and complete games (10th, 87).

Compton also finished her career as the Mountain West career leader in games started (135), second in wins (88), complete games (87) and shutouts (24) … counting conference games only, she paced the MW in career wins (47), appearances (72), games started (61), complete games (46), shutouts (14), innings pitched (375) and strikeouts (342).

 

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