#2 - Jessie Fox
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
2005: Appeared in 117 of a possible 120 games ... named to All Mid-Continent Conference Second Team for second straight year ... also named to Academic All-Conference Team and Mid-Con Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence ... also named to Mid-Con All-Tournament Team after recording 20 kills and 19 blocks in two-match tournament ... finished third in the conference with 1.28 blocks/game average ... 150 blocks rank fourth most in school history, and most of any player other than former teammate Liz Mikos ... moved into seventh in school history in career hitting percentage (.247) and eighth in career blocks (305) ... posted 12 double-digit kill efforts ... totaled at least five blocks 16 times ... matched career-high with nine kills September 3 vs. Belmont, adding 12 kills.
2004: Appeared in 119 of a possible 122 games ... named to All-Conference Second Team ... posted 17 double-digit kill performances ... earned Mid-Con Offensive Player of the Week honors November 8 after career-best 20 kill effort November 6 at IUPUI ... named Most Valuable Player of Ball State Classic in early September after putting up 24 kills and 13 blocks in three matches ... had 14 kills and hit .312 in Valpo's historic November 7 win at Notre Dame ... set career-high with 12 blocks (3 solo) September 24 against Oral Roberts, the third most in a single-match in school history.
2003: Appeared in 39 games as a freshman ... recorded season-high nine digs September 6 vs. East Tennessee State ... first double-digit kill match of her career came September 12 vs. Stony Brook ... had season-high 14 kills September 17 at Bowling Green ... racked up 13 kills October 28 against Loyola (Chicago).
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Kingsmen ... twice earned First Team All-State honors ... also named to All-Northern Indiana Conference First Team as a junior and senior ... led Penn to first state runner-up finish in school history in 2002, Regional Titles in 2000 and 2002, and three Sectional Championships ... helped Kingsmen to a 133-17 record in her four years, including conference titles in 1999 and 2002 ... also lettered in basketball, setting school record for FG percentage.
Personal: Jessie is the daughter of Gary and Tammy Fox ... majors are elementary and special education ... born September 19, 1984.
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