Jenny Dalton Hill
Jenny Dalton Hill was arguably the finest all-around hitter in the college ranks during her four-year career at Arizona. She pulled off the first Triple Crown in Pac-10 history in 1996 by hitting .469, knocking 25 homeruns and driving in 109 runners. Jenny became Arizona's second National Player of the Year in 1996 when she helped lead the UofA to its fourth NCAA Championship and she earned the 1996 College World Series MVP and the Honda Softball Award for most outstanding player. She was a three time All-American, a two time GTE Academic All-American , and Academic All-Pac-10 three year in a row and Pac-10 Player of the Year in 1996. Jenny was also Arizona's third four time, 1st Team All-Pac-10 pick with Laura Espinoza and Amy Chellevold. She finished as the NCAA career leader in runs batted in, runs scored, bases on balls, slugging percentage and RBI's per game, plus set single season NCAA records in walks and runs scored. Twice she tied an NCAA record with three home runs in one game. Jenny helped Arizona softball build a record of 232-26 in her four years as a Wildcat. At the time of her induction, Jenny still held school records in career and season runs scored, career runs batted in, and most games played in a season.