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Janvier Beaumont Athlete Profile

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Janvier Beaumont
Position: Libero Height: 5-7 Roster Years: 2005-2007 Hometown: Rancho Santa Fe, CA Last School: Torrey Pines High School


Parents are Lisa and Don Beaumont, who played water polo at BYU in 1972 ... has two brothers and one sister ... brother Hunter was an outside hitter on the BYU men's volleyball team before leaving to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ... enjoys soccer, singing, camping, fly fishing, painting and photography in her spare time ... sports hero is her club coach Ed Machado because he taught her how to compete in all aspects of life ... nickname is Jonny ... home and family living major.

Before BYU

Club: Played for the Encinitas Wave Volleyball Club under head coach Ed Machado ... Las Vegas National Invitational Tournament finalists in 2003 ... took third place at the 16's Club Junior National Championships and fifth place at the 17's Open Junior National Championships ... named to the Junior Olympic Championships All-Tournament Team.

High School: Two-year letterwinner at Torrey Pines High School in Del Mar, Calif. ... led her team to the 2003 California Interscholastic Federation Regional semifinals and the 2004 CIF finals enroute to the 2004 Southern California Championship semifinals ... named All-CIF First Team her senior year and North County Times Second Team ... also named to the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team ... selected as a 2004 North County Times Athlete of the week ... listed as one of Prepvolleyball.com's 2005 Top 250 Senior Aces and as one of the top 20 defensive players in the nation ... named to the 2004 All-Academic All-CIF First Team in 2004 ... member of the California Scholarship Federation and the National Honors Society ... John Hopkins Gifted and Talented member in 2001 and 2002 ... received the 2003 Governor's Scholarship ... involved in the National Charity League, a community service organization, and the Best Buddies Club working with disabled students.


KILLS: 1 at San Diego State, 9/21/06
HITTING PERCENTAGE: 1.000 at San Diego State, 9/21/06
ASSISTS: 2 (four times)
ACES: 5 vs Air Force, 9/15/06
DIGS: 20 (twice)
BLOCKS: 1 at Wyoming, 10/8/05

2005 29-108 0 0 0 .000 15 22 50 20 176 0 1 1 0 1
2006 31-108 1 1 6 .000 13 28 23 40 285 0 0 0 0 1
Total 60-216 1 1 6 .000 28 50 73 60 461 0 1 1 0 2

2005 | Freshman Year

Played in every match and all but one game in her first season in a Cougar uniform ... made her collegiate debut in BYU's season opener against Nevada, recording six digs ... totaled 176 digs, 22 aces, 15 assists and one block ... averaged 1.63 digs and 0.20 aces per game ... led BYU in digs twice while reaching double-digit digs five times ... recorded double-digit digs in both matches of the Buckeye Classic with 10 against Duke and a career-high 15 against then-No. 14 Ohio State ... also reached double figures with 10 digs against New Mexico, 11 at Weber State and 10 at UNLV ... tallied her first career block at Wyoming while contributing seven digs ... contributed a personal-best three aces at TCU ... named Academic All-MWC ... 2005 Cougar Club Scholar Athlete.

2006 | Sophomore Year

Played in all 31 matches for the Cougars, totaling one kill, 13 assists, 28 aces and 285 digs in 108 games ... second on the team with 0.26 aces per game and third with 2.64 digs per game ... started at the libero spot for half the season, reaching double-digit digs 13 times on the year while leading BYU in that category in eight matches ... the Cougars were 8-0 when she paced the team in digs ... averaged 4.10 digs per game in three matches at the BYU Molten Classic, including a career-high 20-dig performance in the Cougars' four-game win over No. 4 Stanford ... recorded a personal-best five aces against Air Force while adding 15 digs in three games ... notched 17 digs in three games to help the Cougars defeat Colorado State in Provo for the first time since 2000 ... posted the first kill of her career at San Diego State ... tied her career high with 20 digs against TCU ... tallied four aces during BYU's five-game comeback win over UC Santa Barbara in the NCAA Tournament, including three straight in the third game to swing the momentum in the Cougars' favor ... named Academic All-Mountain West Conference.

2007 | Redshirt Year

Redshirted in 2007 during the senior year of libero Annie Pinegar