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16 Jennifer Wineholt
Jennifer  Wineholt


San Diego, Calif.

High School:
Francis Parker



• Played in 22 matches, making eight starts
• Tallied 325 assists on the season
• Added 30 kills

• Played in 29 matches this season, starting 27
• Made her first career appearance against Southern Miss (9/2/16)
• Earned her first career start against LSU (9/2/16)
• Recorded a team-high 1009 assists during the season, having double digit assists in all 29 matches played
• Amassed a 9.26 assists per set average during the season
• Recorded a double-double (assists-digs) in seven matches this season

• Ranked the No. 65 recruit overall by PrepVolleyball
• Helped lead Francis Park School to three-straight CIF State Championships
• Two-time Francis Parker School MVP
• Named Francis Parker School Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year as a senior
• A Francis Parker School Athletics Hall of Fame Nominee (2016)
• Two-time First Team All-CIF San Diego Section
• Two-time PrepVolleyball Honorable Mention All-American
• Two-time First Team Coastal League
• Named the Max Preps California Division V Player of the Year (2014)
• 2014 Max Preps Small Schools ALl-American First Team
• 2014 Beach Cities Tournament, Gold Division, Most Valuable Setter
• 2013 PrepVolleyball Top Sophomore
• 2012 PrepVolleyball CIF Division IV All-Tournament, Honorable Mention Top Freshman
• In club volleyball, helped Coast Volleyball Club to fifth place finish at 2016 USA Junior National Tournament
• Earned Gold Medal in 2015 Pacific Northwest Qualifier, Silver in Southern California USA Qualifier and Bronze in 2016 AAU National Tournament and 2015 SoCal Qualifier
• With USA High Performance Volleyball Program, part of the 2014 USA A1 Youth Training Team, 2012 & 2013 USA A1 Select Team, and 2011 USA Future Select Camp and SCVA Select High Performance Team



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