Jennie's favorite place to shop is any clothing company that makes extra-long jeans.
Jennie played in the National Pro Fastpitch League for the Chicago Bandits.
Jennie prefers wheat over white bread.
The Chicago Bandits stadium address is 27 Jennie Finch Way.
Jennie's dream vacation is to go to Australia.
Jennie wears sweat pants 99% of the time.
Three people Jennie would love to have dinner with are Jesus, Oprah, and her husband, Casey.
Jennie and Casey have three children: Ace, Diesel, and Paisley Faye.
Her number 27 was retired by the University of Arizona on May 9, 2003.
Her pitches top out at 72 miles per hour.
Jennie has her own Jennie Finch Softball Camps and softball academy at Diamond Nation in Flemington, NJ.
Jennie's father, Doug Finch, invented the "Finch Windmill" to promote muscle balance and prevent injury.
Jennie won a gold medal at the Athens Olympics.
She wears jersey #27.
Her favorite thing to do is spend time outdoors with her family.
Jennie's teams the Finch Aces are based in Flemington, NJ at her softball academy.
Her favorite movie is A League of Their Own (1992).
Her favorite softball player is her friend, Toni Mascarenas.
She was captain of the basketball, volleyball and softball team in high school.
Jennie is Christian.
She started pitching when she was eight years old.
In 2004, Jennie became a member of the 2004 Olympic Gold Medal Softball Team.
She has two sons (Ace Shane & Diesel Dean), and a daughter (Paisley Faye).
In 1998, she graduated from La Mirada High School.
Her dad's name is Doug and her mom's name is Bev.
Jennie attended the University of Arizona and majored in Communications.
Jennie has two brothers named Shane and Landon.
She has been married to Casey Daigle since January 15, 2005.
Her nicknames are Jen and Finchey.
Jennie's dog, Bullet, followed her home when she was out running to train for the New York Marathon.
Jennie loves Cajun food, seafood such as grilled shrimp, and dessert.
Jennie was named Female Athlete of the Year and Athletics Director's Female Athlete of the Year in High School in 1998.