Julia Jensen may have graduated from high school this past month, but she's not done quite yet receiving accolades.
On Monday, Jensen was named a First Team All-American by MaxPreps. She earned the honor as a utility player.
According to MaxPreps, Jensen "went 31-2 with a 0.94 ERA and struck out 386 in 209 innings as Reed finished second in the state large school tournament. She also batted .438 with 39 RBIs and 11 home runs."
Earlier in June, the pitcher was named a First Team All-American by FloSoftball as a pitcher.
Jensen will pitch for the Nevada Wolf Pack next season.