Jenny Weilert Athlete Profile

#11 Jenny Weilert

Position: Middle Blocker Height: 5-10 Roster Years: 2004 Hometown: Oswego, IL Last School: Kent State University

Personal

Born Jenny Lynn Weilert on May 19, 1984 in Aurora, IL ... parents are Geri and Ron Weilert, who played basketball for the Air Force Academy and for the semi-pro Dayton Hawks ... has three sisters: Kathy (29), JoAnna (28) and Kristen (23) and one brother: Jeff (31) ... sister Kristen played volleyball at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais Illinois ... enjoys water skiing, snow skiing, horse-back riding, basketball, swimming and singing in her spare time ... got her start in volleyball watching her older sisters play ... elementary education major.

Before BYU

Club: Played for the DuPage Express Volleyball Club under coach Lori Trippi-Payne and the Uno Volleyball Club under Christine Pratt.
High School: Three-year varsity starter at Oswego High School in Oswego, Illinois ... named all-conference in her junior and senior years as well as being the conference MVP runner-up in her senior season ... earned all-state honorable mention after her senior campaign and was named to the all-state team as a junior ... also lettered two years in cheerleading ... earned high honor roll as a senior and honor roll as a junior, sophomore and freshman ... involved in Choir, art and Student Council.

Other College

Kent State University -- 2003 -- Sophomore: Started in all 26 matches and was a one-year letterwinner ... was third on the team averaging 2.01 kills per game ... recorded double-digit kills in eight matches ... tallied a career-best 15 kills against Western Michigan ... notched 14 kills twice ... averaged a .208 hitting percentage including a career-best .643 percent against Miami ... was second on the squad with 56 blocks, including six solos ... tallied a career-best nine blocks against Northern Illinois ... named to the Dean's List.
2002 -- Freshman: Played in 24 matches, starting in seven ... notched 12 kills on .556 hitting against Canisius ... tallied 14 digs against Central Michigan.