Head coach picks up milestone victory in Saturday split
2016: First team all-confernece and a member of the All-Academic Team...led the conference in wins, saves and appearances...became the first pitcher in Stony Brook history to throw back-to-back no hitters, doing so at UMass Lowell on Apr. 16 and Apr. 17 to earn America East Pitcher of the Week...held Saint Joseph's to one run on five hits in complete game win in season opener on Feb. 19...recorded a complete-game victory over Saint Joseph's on Feb. 21, allowing two runs, one earned, on Feb. 21...held Columbia to two runs over seven innings in a victory on Feb. 27...allowed just one earned run in 3.1 innings of relief to close out win vs. Maryland on Feb. 28...threw a complete-game shutout on Mar. 4, limiting Ball State to just three hits...allowed just two runs, both unearned, while striking out a season-high seven in complete-game effort vs. Providence on Mar. 18...notched a win over Holy Cross on Mar. 19, holding the Crusaders to just one run on four hits over seven innings...tossed a complete-game shutout at UMBC on Mar. 26...held Maine scoreless over six innings on Apr. 2...worked the final 3.1 innings to notch the save at Columbia on Apr. 6...held Hartford to one hit and no runs in four innings on Apr. 8...allowed one run on three hits in five innings on Apr. 10....earned the win by allowing two runs on three hits in five innings vs. Sacred Heart on Apr. 13...threw first career no-hitter at UMass Lowell on Apr. 16, then pitched 2.1 innings of relief in the second game of the doubleheader, yielding one hit and no runs to earn the save...followed it up with another no-hitter vs. the River Hawks on Apr. 17...didn't allow an earned run in 4.1 innings at Binghamton on Apr. 24...held Albany scoreless over five innings on May 6...notched a complete-game victory vs. UMBC in the America East Tournament, holding the Retrievers to one run on four hits over seven innings...notched a save in an elimination game vs. UMBC, holding them scoreless over the game's final three innings.
2015: Enjoyed her best season to date, earning second-team all-league honors...Finished second in the conference with 15 wins...recorded a complete-game victory vs. Purdue, giving up one earned run in seven innings...held Maryland to two runs over seven innings on Mar. 8...threw a complete-game one-hitter vs. Columbia on Mar. 31...threw a complete-game shutout vs. Binghamton on Apr. 4...tossed a complete-shutout vs. Hofstra on Apr. 16...allowed just one hit in four innings of relief in the America East championship game vs. Binghamton on May 9.
2014: Second on the team with 30 appearances and 24 starts...recorded an 11-9 record with a 3.51 ERA...went the distance eight times, recording three shutouts...earned her first win of the season against Liberty on Mar. 1, giving up one run over six innings...threw a two-hit shutout against Fairleigh Dickinson on Mar. 9...gave up one run over seven innings in a winning effort vs. Umass Lowell on Apr. 12...tossed a three-hit shutout against Maine on Apr. 20...picked up a complete game win over Temple on Apr. 23, giving up just one run while fanning a career-high 10 hitters.
2013: Posted an 8-7 record with a 3.08 ERA...named to the America East All-Rookie Team...pitched two scoreless innings to pick up a save against Longwood on Feb. 23...tossed six innings and picked up a win over Manhattan on Mar. 15...earned a victory against Yale on Mar. 17 with 5.2 innings of one-run ball...tossed a six-inning shutout against UMBC on Mar. 31, striking out three...tossed 11.2 innings in relief with no earned runs and seven strikeouts in a 15-inning victory at Maine on Apr. 21.
High School: Three-year letterwinner for Grandview Preparatory School and head coach Neil Catapano...also lettered in swimming and cheerleading...named captain of the softball team from 2011-12, captain of the swimming team from 2010-11 and captain of the cheerleading team in 2012...named All-District and All-State in softball from 2010-12...led team to a second-place finish at the state tournaments in 2010 and '11 and a state title in 2012....played club ball for the Lady Gator Gold Stump and head coaches Sam Testa and Jim Stump...class valedictorian, student-body president, member of the National Honor Society and Dance National Honor Society.
Personal: Jane Pomerenke Sallen...born July 12, 1993 in Palm Beach, Fla...daughter of Chris Sallen and Shauna Coolican...uncle, Tom Gaggin, played lacrosse at Hobart William Smith College...majoring in health sciences.