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Jessica Mendoza
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    (November 11, 1980- )
    Born in Camarillo, California
    Softball outfielder
    Attended Stanford University
    Three-time World Cup Champion (2006-2007 and 2010)
    Two-time World Champion (2002, 2006 and 2010)
    Won one gold medal (2004) and one silver medal (2008) at the Summer Olympics
    President of the Womens Sports Foundation (2009-2010)
    She has a Twitter account.
    She hit 5 for 20 in her Olympics debut.
    She is addicted to electronic stuff.
    She wasn't nice to one of her sisters as a little girl.
    In order to concentrate more on National Pro Fastpitch, she turned down an invitation from the U.S. National Softball Team (2011).
    She has a Master's Degree in Social Sciences and Education.
    She is of Mexican descent.
    She recorded 5 RBIs while winning a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
    She helped Stanford make their first Women’s College World Series appearance (2001).
    She was Stanford Athlete of the Year three years in a row (1999-2001).
    She has done analyst work for ESPN during the Women’s College World Series.

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