Jenny Dalton-Hill has won 4 National Championships with the Wildcats; three as a player and one as an assistant coach. Her best season was in 1996 and her stats from that year are still impressive. She had 25 home runs and batted .469 on average, had a .600 on-base percentage, and ultimately won the WCWS MVP that year.
When asked about her favorite championship on ESPN Front Row, Dalton-Hill replied:
“I would say the most memorable championship was the 1996 championship because it wasn’t played in Oklahoma City. We were really mad about it because we were the precursor to the Olympic Games in 1996, so we played in Columbus, Ga., at that stadium. Nobody expected us to win. We were the underdogs. We had lost to Washington in the regular season, and we knew we would have to come back and play them in the championship game. To be able to win that one after a season that was full of some tough moments. That one was pretty memorable.”