AS A SENIOR (2011): Named to the all-BIG EAST second team for the third time in four seasons at Notre Dame ... set career-highs with a .316 batting average, 42 hits, 10 doubles, 29 RBI, a .556 slugging percentage, a .422 on-base percentage, 12 stolen bases and 35 runs scored in 56 starts in left field ... tied for 13th on the all-time Irish career home run list (20) and 20th in slugging percentage (.479) ... opened season with a double and an RBI against Central Florida (Feb. 18) ... enjoyed a four-game hitting streak from Miami (Ohio) Feb. 20 until Marist Feb. 27 ... contributed a double, an RBI and a stolen base in a 2-1 win over No. 9 Oklahoma (March 16) ... 2-for-3 at the dish against New Mexico (March 18) ... scored three runs during BIG EAST series against Providence (April 2-3) ... slashed a one-out RBI triple down the right field line and scored two runs in game one of a doubleheader against Butler (April 7) ... logged a 2-for-3 day with two doubles and two RBI in the nightcap of a BIG EAST twin bill at Syracuse (April 10) ... connected on first home run of the season against Bowling Green (April 12), driving in a pair of runs and scoring two more ... erupted in a three-game set against St. John's (April 30-May 1), going a perfect 5-for-5 with two doubles, three home runs, seven RBI and four runs scored ... finished week with a .600 batting average (6-for-10) with three doubles, three long balls, nine RBI and eight runs to earn BIG EAST Player of the Week honors (May 2) ... drove in three runs during the final conference series of the season at Connecticut (May 7-8) ... chipped in a base hit and two RBI in an NCAA Ann Arbor Regional elimination game against No. 2 Michigan (May 21).

AS A JUNIOR (2010):
Turned on the green light when it mattered most for the Irish ... second team all-BIG EAST ... entering the BIG EAST Championship, batted .194 with a .306 slugging clip in non-conference affairs but posted a .356 batting average and an eye-popping .889 slugging pct. versus league foes ... five of her seven home runs came in league play ... did not commit a single error in the outfield while recording 52 putouts ... started 41 of 48 games played ... scored 25 times with 25 hits and 25 RBI ... recorded an RBI against Creighton (Feb. 12) ... had three putouts versus Oregon State (Feb. 13) ... tallied a hit against George Washington (Feb. 26), and scored one run with a stolen base against the Colonials one day later ... started the BIG EAST portion of the schedule with two RBI on one hit and scored one run at Seton Hall (March 27) ... followed that with an RBI-double in game three with the Pirates, going on to score twice in that contest ... broke out for four RBI, three hits and three runs across a pair of games with Rutgers (April 1-3) ... after beginning the season 1-for-22, posted five hits and seven RBI in 11 at bats from March 27-April 3, including two doubles and a home run ... recorded at least one run, hit and RBI in four straight games from April 3-10 ... had home runs in back-to-back games (April 3-10) and a double in two straight games (April 10-11) ... seven RBI in fives games from April 1-11 ... tripled against Georgetown (April 14) ... homered in back-to-back games against Cleveland State (April 15) and Louisville (April 17) ... her home run versus the Cardinals was a two-run shot ... hit a solo home run in game two of an April 22 doubleheader at DePaul ... doubled in two runs against Bowling Green (April 28) ... 2-for-2 with two RBI, one run scored and a stolen base against Wisconsin (April 29) ... two of her three hits at St. John's (May 8-9) were home runs ... had five RBI during the three-game series with the Red Storm.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Appeared in 47 games with 43 starts ... batted .269 with 29 hits and scored 18 times ... three doubles, four triples (ranked 44th nationally) and five home runs ... the four triples tied her for third overall among BIG EAST players ... 19 RBI with 55 total bases ... .509 slugging percentage ... successful on each of her five stolen base attempts ... fielded at a .974 rate with one error in 38 attempts ... named BIG EAST Conference Player of the Week (March 9) ... put together one of the most prolific slugging stretches in Notre Dame history at the UNLV Invitational and finished the four-game invite with a 1.889 slugging pct. which came courtesy of three triples and two home runs in nine at-bats ... her .556 batting average led Notre Dame throughout the weekend ... tripled in three consecutive contests, becoming the first player to accomplish the feat in the 21-year history of the program ... also had two home runs and five RBI at the tournament ... 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored in the home-opening series against Toledo (March 18) ... 2-for-2 with two runs scored and two RBI with a home run against Western Michigan (March 25) ... also had two hits against Georgetown (March 28), Seton Hall (April 5) and Connecticut (April 11) during BIG EAST play ... season-high three RBI recorded against Seton Hall ... fifth home run of the season came at Connecticut, as she was one of four Irish players to homer in the contest ... laid down sacrifices against Syracuse (April 26) and Providence (April 30) ... filled the stat line against Miami (Ohio) (May 16) in the NCAA Tournament with two hits, two runs, two RBI, one double, one triple, a season-high four putouts and an assist.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Came on strong after the season's midway point and developed into a second-team all-BIG EAST selection ... ranked ninth among league players in batting average (.370) and on-base percentage (.453) ... had 20 hits and six RBI with two homers in league play ... played in each of Notre Dame's 61 contests ... sported a .256 batting average with 33 hits and scored 20 runs ... had two doubles and a pair of home runs ... drove in 13 scores ... stole three bases and tacked on an assist from the outfield ... ripped a three-RBI double down the rightfield line in her first collegiate at-bat which came on opening day against Utah (Feb. 15) ... also worked the count to draw a walk in that game against the Utes ... singled to finish 1-for-3 against Western Kentucky (Feb. 16) ... had one hit in two at-bats versus California (Feb. 17) ... wore a pitch against North Florida (Feb. 23) to earn a free base ... on March 1, had singles against Pacific and UC Davis ... also scored against the Aggies ... stole a base at UC Riverside (March 4) ... pinch-ran against CS Northridge (March 9) and eventually came around to plate a run for the Irish ... went 1-for-2 with one RBI and scored once against Charleston Southern (March 15) ... singled versus DePaul (March 30) ... enjoyed a nine-game hitting streak (April 2-April 13) that was highlighted by a 2-for-2 day at St. John's (April 5) and her first career home run at Seton Hall (April 6) ... was walked twice during a home contest with Villanova (April 13) ... scored a career-high three runs in game two at Louisville (April 19) but did not register a single hit ... her only hits came from the arms of the Cardinal pitching staff, who beaned her twice ... she also drew a walk to put her on base during her first at-bat ... had only one multi-hit effort through 49 games heading into an April 26 doubleheader with Providence ... proceeded to light the Friars for two hits in three at-bats and then posted three hits including a home run one day later against UConn (April 27) ... added another multi-hit day by going 2-for-3 with two RBI at Valparaiso (April 29) ... assisted on a putout against Wisconsin (April 16) ... recorded at least two hits in three of the nine games from April 26-May 8 ... went 1-for-3 in the season finale against Kent Sate (May 17) and scored once.

PREP AND PERSONAL: A stellar athlete that played her high school ball at La Reina (Calif.) ... set three school records as a senior with a batting average of .571, 49 RBI and an on-base percentage of .652 ... member of the Tri-Valley all-academic team and La Reina team captain during her final prep season ... also had a slugging percentage of 1.114 to go along with 30 runs scored, eight home runs and eight doubles ... as a junior, she earned first-team all-state and all-Ventura County honors and was the MVP of the Tri-Valley League ... team MVP for La Reina in 2007 ... first-team all-CIF as a freshman ... daughter of Kevin and Debra Jorgensborg ... has one older sister, Kristina ... graduated from Notre Dame with a dual degree in management consulting and political science.

Jorgensborg's Career Statistics

2008 .256 61-52 129 20 33 2 0 2 13 41 .318 10 4 26 0 .326 1 3 3-5 37 1 3 .927
2009 .269 47-43 108 18 29 3 4 5 19 55 .509 8 2 27 0 .328 1 4 5-5 36 1 1 .974
2010 .260 48-41 96 25 25 5 1 7 25 53 .552 8 6 20 1 .351 1 1 6-6 52 0 0 1.000
2011 .316 56-56 133 35 42 10 2 6 29 74 .556 13 13 25 0 .422 2 5 12-12 66 0 3 .957
Total .277 212-192 466 98 129 20 7 20 86 223 .479 39 25 98 1 .361 5 13 26-28 191 2 7 .965

Brianna Jorgensborg
Brianna  Jorgensborg

Thousand Oaks, CA

High School:
La Reina





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