Made a big jump last year with a team-best .387 batting average, the third-highest average in school history ... Making the move to right field after spending the majority of her career at second base ... A streaky hitter ... A speedster on the basepaths ... Can bat a lot of different places in the lineup.
SDSU Career Rankings: 10th in batting average (.306)
* Mountain West Conference Player of the Week (3/3/09)
2010 SEASON - JUNIOR
SDSU Single-Season Rankings: 3rd in batting average (.387), 8th in on-base percentage (.447)
Had a fantastic 2010, starting most of the year at second base ... Hit a remarkable .387 after batting .257 (2008) and .248 (2009) over her first two seasons ... The mark ranks third in school single-season history, while her .447 on-base percentage was eighth ... Started 39 of the 43 games she appeared in ... Had 11 multiple-hit games (third on team) ... Posted team highs in batting averages against 2010 NCAA tournament teams (.435) (rest of team hit .234) and teams who were nationally ranked or receiving votes at the time of the game (.417) (rest of team hit .230) ... Led the team at the NCAA Los Angeles Regional with a .545 (6-for-11) average and three RBI (rest of team hit .231 with six RBI) ... Hit a team-high .474 (18-for-38) with runners in scoring position ... Was 12-for-19 (.637) with two walks when leading off an inning ... Hit .429 (9-for-21) over a career-long nine-game hitting streak from April 3-24 ... Scored a run in each of her first three games ... Started the team's opener against Creighton on Feb. 11 and scored a run ... Batted .750 (6-for-8) with three runs and two walks at the Cathedral City Classic ... Was 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run against No. 24/19 Texas A&M on Feb. 26 ... Finished 2-for-2 with two runs and two walks versus No. 13/14 California on Feb. 27 ... Was 2-for-2 against No. 22/21 Fresno State (March 6) ... Singled and drove in a run in back-to-back games versus Northern Illinois (March 9) and Buffalo (March 10) ... Had a season-high two RBIs against Bradley on March 12 ... Followed that with a 2-for-3 game with a run scored against No. 21/25 Illinois on March 14 ... Hit .636 (7-for-11) over a five-game hitting streak from March 6-14 ... Doubled and drove in two runs against Kansas (March 19) ... Went 2-for-2 with a walk, a run, an RBI and a stolen base in the win vs. Oregon State (March 22) ... Had her sixth multi-hit game with a stolen base at Cal State Fullerton on March 31 ... Had a huge day at the plate on April 10 against Colorado State, going 2-for-2 with two runs, an RBI, a walk and a stolen base ... Had an RBI single and was hit by a pitch against UNLV on April 17 ... Scored twice, and had a single, walk, stolen base and a sac hit at Brigham Young on April 23 ... Doubled against UNLV on May 2 ... Went 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored in the Aztecs' 6-1 win over Utah on May 7 ... Scored a run in three straight games on the road from May 13-15 and a stolen base the past two (May 14-15) ... Had two hits, an RBI, a run and a stolen base against the Lobos on May 15 ... SDSU was 22-8 when she had a hit.
2009 SEASON - SOPHOMORE
Named the MWC Player of the Week on March 3 ... Batted .375 (15-for-40) with a team-high 10 runs scored in MWC action ... The .375 mark was tied with Erin Floros for second on the team ... Started 45 of the team's 53 games at second base and another one as the designated player ... 22 of her starts have come in the eighth spot, eight at the No. 5 spot, seven at No. 2, six at No. 6 and three at the No. 7 position ... Led the team and was seventh in the MWC with seven sacrifice bunts ... Had four game-winning scores, which tied with Tonye McCorkle and Stefanie Quichocho-Rosario for second on the squad ... Also had three game-winning RBI, giving her seven game-winning plays, tied for the second most on the team ... Singled, scored a run and stole a base in the opening win against Pacific ... Scored in the next game against the Mustangs, which was the game-winner ... Had a then career-high four assists against No. 4 UCLA on Feb. 8 ... Tied that mark against No. 7 Washington (Feb. 14) ... Had a three-game hit streak from Feb. 15-Feb. 20 ... Doubled and scored a run at home versus No. 24 Long Beach State on Feb. 15 ... Followed that game up with another double and an RBI versus Kentucky (Feb. 20) ... Against San Diego on Feb. 25, she tied her career high with three hits and scored the game-winning run in a 1-0 victory ... Was 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI in SDSU's 4-2 win over Missouri on Feb. 28 ... Scored a run against No. 3 UCLA on Feb. 28, the third staight games she scored ... Had two hits, a career-high three RBI, a run and a stolen base versus Santa Clara on March 1 ... Batted .533 over the week to earn MWC Player of the Week honors on March 3 ... Her performance raised her batting average from .143 to .279 ... Broke an 0-for-26 slump with a two-hit performance, including her first career triple, at San Diego on April 1 ... Singled and scored the game-winning run in the top of the seventh inning in SDSU's 2-1 victory at UNLV on April 4 ... Had two hits the next day and scored twice in another Aztec win over the Rebels ... The season-long three-game hitting streak from April 1-5 saw her bat .556 (5-for-9) with four of the team's nine runs over the span ... Tied her career high with three hits, including the game-winning single, at Utah on April 17 ... Also scored a run and stole a base against the Utes ... Scored a run the following day at Utah ... Went 2-for-3 with two RBI, a run and a stolen base at Colorado State on April 25 ... Scored a run against the Rams the following day as well ... Scored a run and had the game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift SDSU past Brigham Young, 5-4, on May 1 ... Doubled against the Cougars in the nightcap the following day ... Was 3-for-3 with two runs, an RBI, a double and sacrifice bunt against UNLV on May 9 ... It was her fourth three-hit game of the season and fifth of her career ... Reached base safely in both NCAA tournament games ... Was hit by a pitch against Arizona State and singled against Cal State Fullerton ... Aztecs were 14-3 when she scored a run, 8-0 when she had a multi-hit game and 5-0 when she stole a base.
2008 - FRESHMAN
Saw action in 26 games with 10 starts to her credit ... Starts came against Portland State (Feb. 10), Indiana (Feb. 15), Utah State (Feb. 17), No. 13/10 Baylor (Feb. 24), Pacific (March 7), Utah (April 10), Brigham Young (April 11), New Mexico (April 18), Sacramento State (May 17) and Fresno State (May 17) ... Made the most of her opportunities, going 9-for-35 (.257) with eight runs scored ... Was 3-for-4 on stolen base attempts ... Started out the season by scoring at least one time in her first five appearances ... Scored a run in her first game of her career against UC Davis (Feb. 9) ... Earned her first start the following day against Portland State and went 3-for-3 with two runs scored ... In her next start against Indiana on Feb. 15, she drew a bases loaded walk ... Also stole her first base against the Hoosiers ... Earned the start against Utah State on Feb. 17 and went 1-for-3 with a run and a stolen base ... Scored a run in SDSU's 7-5 loss to No. 13/10 Baylor on Feb. 24 ... Scored another run against UNLV on April 5 ... Drew walks in back-to-back games on April 10-11 ... SDSU was 17-9 when she played and 6-1 when she scored.
HIGH SCHOOL - TEMECULA VALLEY
Earned four letters under coach Bud Kane at Temecula Valley High School in Temecula, Calif. ... Was named a first-team all-Southwestern League selection after her senior season ... Was a second-team pick the year before ... Also garnered first-team all-Valley League honors as a senior ... The Press Enterprise named her an honorable-mention all-county pick ... Had a solid senior campaign leading the Golden Bears with a .471 batting average ... Also led the team in runs (29), hits (40), home runs (2), on-base percentage (.483), slugging percentage (.576) and stolen bases (6) ... Was second with 14 RBI.
Jessica Lauren Camello was born Sept. 24, 1989, in San Pedro, Calif. ... Is the daughter of Sue and Mike Camello ... Undecided on a major.