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Jacqy Angermiller

  • position MB/RS
  • height 6-2
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Dallas, Texas
  • High school LD Bell
  • position MB/RS
  • height 6-2
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Dallas, Texas
  • High school LD Bell

Jacqy Angermiller Bio

AWARDS/HONORS

2015 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2014 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

2016 (SENIOR)

Enjoyed her healthiest season with the team, playing in all 30 matches with 29 starts
Hit new career highs for kills (137) hitting percentage (.277) and points (184.0)
Had the team’s top hitting percentage of the season, hitting .625 with 12 kills in the win over Clemson (9/4)
Finished with 75 blocks (13 solo), second-most on the team
Had three matches with double-digit kills

2015 (JUNIOR)

Continued to develop as a strong attack option from the middle
Played in 23 matches, including 22 starts
Averaged 1.63 kills per set and hit .227, both standing as career bests
Finished second on the team with 65 total blocks (0.80 per set)
Hit .667 with six kills, six blocks and two digs vs. Clemson (9/4)
Recorded seven kills and seven blocks vs. Winthrop (9/5)
Set a new career high with 29 attacks against Western Michigan (9/12)
Led the team with 10 kills on just 20 swings against Kentucky (9/25)
Set a new career high with 14 kills at Tennessee (10/18)
Hit. 400 with 11 kills and seven total blocks against Alabama (11/22)

2014 (SOPHOMORE)

Key contributor on the front line
Played in 22 matches, including 19 starts
Ranked second on the team in blocks per set, averaging 0.88 per set
Averaged 1.28 kills per set while hitting .213
Tallied a career-high 11 blocks (all block assists) against Eastern Kentucky (9/19), which is tied for the second most block assists in a five-set match in school history and the fourth most total blocks in a five-set match
Finished with a season-high 11 kills while hitting .364 and six blocks in comeback win vs. Ole Miss (9/26)
Had seven kills and seven blocks vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (10/19)
Suffered ankle injury vs. Texas A&M (10/19) and missed next six matches before returning at Arkansas (11/14)
Made first start after the injury at Tennessee (11/19) and recorded eight kills and two blocks

2013 (FRESHMAN)

Played in 24 matches, including 22 starts
Ranked seventh in the league in blocks, averaging 1.08 per set
Posted 1.57 kills per set
Made collegiate debut in win over Utah State (9/13) after missing first six matches because of injury, tallying eight kills while hitting .368 and four block assists
Hit a season-best .583 to record eight kills in sweep of Liberty (9/13)
Finished with a season-high nine blocks in loss to Duke (9/14)
Registered career-high 12 kills while hitting .409 in sweep of Western Carolina (9/20)
Chipped in eight kills and six blocks against Robert Morris (9/21)
Chipped in five kills, five block assists and two digs in win at Tennessee (9/29)
Contributed six kills, three digs and eight blocks in win at Ole Miss (10/20)
Finished with six kills and six block assists in win over Coastal Carolina (10/30)

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB

Lettered three years at L.D. Bell High School under head coach Vicki Griff
As a middle blocker, was a first-team All-District selection and was named District Blocker of the Year
Played club volleyball for the Texas Advantage under coach Ping Cao
Was a two-time All-Texas honorable mention selection by LoneStarVolleyball.com
Led the 17 Black team to the USA Open national title in 2013
Helped lead the group’s 16U team to a third-place finish at the 2012 USA Volleyball Junior National Championships
Also finished first in 2013 at the MLK, New Year’s Classic, Tour of Texas, Nfinity Invitational, Lonestar Qualifier, North Texas Invitational and the Show Me Qualifier
Was a standout in the classroom as well, making the A/B Honor Roll

PERSONAL

Jacquelyn Ann Angermiller is the daughter of Stephen and Virginia Angermiller
Majoring in fashion merchandising
Chose South Carolina because of the team, coaches and student-athlete facilities

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