#12 Jessica Jardine, position: Outside Hitter, height: 6-1, year: freshman, hometown:  cedar hills, ut, last school: American Fork  HS
FRESHMAN - (2010):
BEFORE BYU:
  • Played for the Utah Elite Club under head coach and former BYU men's volleyball player, Mike Burke
  • Team earned region title in 2010 and qualified for Junior Olympics
  • Burke had the most influence on Jardine in her sports career because he taught her many things in the past year
  • Two-year letterwinner at American Fork High School
  • Earned All-Region honors in 2008 and All-State honors in 2009
  • Tallied over 300 kills in the 2009 season, her career high being 24 kills and 11 digs in a single match
  • Was named to the High Honor Roll and Academic All-Region in 2008 and 2009
PERSONAL:
  • Parents are Richard and Paula Jardine
  • Has three sisters and one brother
  • Mother, Paula, played volleyball and basketball at Dixie State College and father, Richard, played basketball for Utah State
  • Favorite movie is Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Favorite food is Italian
  • Favorite song is Unstoppable by Rascal Flatts
  • Loves wakeboarding, watching movies, scrap-booking, shopping and was a two-time state champion in gymnastics
  • Major undecided
  • Sports her is Mary Lou Retton because she is a good example of hard work and dedication
  • Her non-athlete hero is her Mom because she has always been a good example for her to follow
  • Her biggest sports thrill to date was going to the Junior National Volleyball Championships in 2009 and being able to play at a high, competitive level
  • Also recruited by Eastern Washington, Ohio University, Utah State and Idaho State
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