My name is Jensin Hall and I am a 6'1" right-handed pitcher, outfielder, and left-handed batter. I've been playing softball since I was 5 years old. I've also played basketball and volleyball. My pitching journey has not always been easy. For five years I worked really hard only to pitch a couple innings a tournament, but I finally found my place as a starting pitcher on both my American Freedom team and my varsity high school team (since I was a freshman). Getting through those five years was hard, but it taught me to not give up and to appreciate any chance I got to get just a little bit better. Just last year, I went through an almost six month long period where I had to relearn how to pitch because I had become accustomed to hitting my hip. I even had the beginnings of a stress fracture in my forearm. This absence from pitching made me realize just how much I loved it, and it made me want to work even harder to succeed.
I hope to go to a college that meets my academic needs while also giving me the opportunity to play softball. I am in the gifted and talented program at my high school and I am taking multiple PAP/AP classes. Although I'm not 100% decided on a major, I am interested in math, science, and business. Playing softball in college interests me because it's always been such a big part of my life. It's where I have made some of my best friends and where I have learned what it takes to be part of a successful team.