3 - Jessie Genger|
Appeared in all but two matches, including two starts and 62 sets played in her first season with the Hornets…primarily played at rightside hitter…posted averages of 1.34 kills, 0.92 digs and 0.19 blocks per set…had a season-best 11 kills to go along with a .333 hitting percentage in the regular season finale at Portland State…had four kills and a .444 hitting percentage against Marist, and five kills and a .417 hitting percentage against Fresno State…was an all-tournament selection at the Sacramento State Invitational.
Prior to Sacramento State
Played two seasons at Gonzaga (2009-10) of the West Coast Conference…in two years with the Bulldogs, she appeared in 43 matches, including 21 starts…combined to average 1.53 kills, 0.49 digs and 0.34 blocks per set while appearing as an outside and rightside hitter…as a sophomore in 2010, Genger started 18 of the 28 matches in which she appeared, and finished the season averaging 1.86 kills, 0.56 digs and 0.29 blocks per set…tallied double figures in kills on four occasions, including a career-high 13 against Idaho…posted her first career double-double (12 kills, 12 digs) against Santa Clara…as a freshman in 2009, Genger appeared in 15 matches (three starts), and 32 sets…had season totals of 18 kills, three aces, nine digs and 15 blocks…her season high of six kills came against Washington.
A 2009 graduate of Kentwood High School in Covington, Wash…played four years of both volleyball and basketball for the Conquerors…in volleyball, she was named first team all-state and the South Puget Sound League MVP as both a junior and senior…led the team to league titles all four years, including a pair of district championships…holds the school record for career hitting percentage (.293) and the record for aces in a match (14)…in basketball, she was a two-time second team all-state selection and four-time first team all-league choice…also led the basketball team to league championships all four years of her career, including two district titles and the 4A state championship in 2008-09…was named the Kentwood High School Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior.
Parents are Tres and Barb Genger…a communication studies major…played seven years for the Kent Juniors Volleyball Club, the same club that produced former Hornet standout Kristin Lutes…mother, Barb, played basketball at Montana…father, Tres, played football at Western Montana.
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