Jamie Sevenish got off to a scalding hot start at the plate, and as a team the Dragons finished the Mid-South Tournament 5-0. Sevenish hit .550 at the tournament, with 11 hits, a .550 on-base percentage, scoring six runs with three stolen bases. She accounted for 25 percent of the Dragons' runs on the trip and had multiple hits in four of the five games played. For the Dragons, the 5-0 start is their best as a NCAA Division II program.
Sevenish saw action in 49 games, starting in all 49. Jamie finished second on the team in hits (56), at bats (154), runs (23), and stolen bases (17). She led Tiffin in on base percentage with a .402 mark, and Sevenish compiled a team high 65 total bases. For her performance, she was an All-GLIAC Honorable Mention selection. Jamie had success academically as well, being named to the GLIAC All-Academic team.
Jamie played in 22 games for the Dragons, starting in 20. Sevenish hit .393 in 61 at bats, collecting 24 hits, six doubles, and 10 RBI's. Jamie scored 13 runs for Tiffin and stole five bases in her rookie campaign.
Jamie is the daughter of Scott and Sheryl of Sevenish. She has one sibling, a brother named Zach. Sevenish intends to major in Exercise Science.
Jamie graduated from New Albany High School. While attending, she was a 1st team OCC, and is the school record holder for hits in a career and runs in a career. She was named All-Ohio Honorable Mention.