At Princeton — 2013: played in 37 sets and started six matches for Princeton … averaged 1.24 kills per set and added 15 digs and 10 blocks … recorded career-best 10 kills in 3-1 home win over Columbia … had a multiple digs in each of her final five matches … blocked two shots in wins over George Mason and Brown. 2012: played in 13 sets at rightside and averaged one kill per set … had five kills, four digs and four blocks at Cornell; all three either matched or set career highs … had three kills, one assist and one block against Saint Francis. 2011: played in 36 sets at opposite and had strong performances in several Ivy League victories … had five kills and two blocks in a win over Dartmouth; that matched her season-high of kills, set previously at Rutgers … had four kills and a block in win over Penn at the Palestra; added season-best three digs in that win … averaged .83 kills and .44 digs per set.
Before Princeton — led Northeastern to 2010 state championship match; team went 26-1 during season and lost final by three points ... led team to conference championship ... named Daily Advance All-Area Player of the Year three times ... three-time conference MVP ... three-time Team MVP ... named MVP of Granby Classic Tournament, which Northeastern won ... competed in AAU national tournament during summer of 2011 ... three-year captain in both high school and club ... Morehead-Cain Scholarship Program semifinalist ... Bob Carraway Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Community Involvement, Citizenship and Athletic Participation ... North Carolina scholar ... National Honor Society President.
Personal — born Dec. 16, 1992 ... daughter of Joe and Lyn Jenkins ... father is a general surgeon; mother is a nurse and artist ... father played basketball at the University of North Carolina ... has three younger brothers: Joe, James and Brent ... enjoys surfing, boating and beach volleyball ... plans to study a science-related field that leads into the medical profession.
|Position:||Right Side Hitter|
|Hometown:||Elizabeth City, N.C.|