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Jessica Hohl
Jessica  Hohl


Waterville, Ohio

High School:
Anthony Wayne




2006: Started all 31 matches to earn third varsity letter... Academic All-Big Ten selection... Earned team Most Improved Player award... Tallied team-high .326 attack percentage and 98 block assists... Averaged 2.73 kills per game, 0.85 digs per game and a team-best 1.02 blocks per game... Tallied 14 double-digit kill matches, including a career-high 20 kills against Utah (12/1)... Managed at least 4.0 total blocks in 17 matches, including a season-best 7.0 total blocks against Iowa (11/24), matching a career high... Posted first-career double-double with 15 kills and 10 digs in season-opening victory against IPFW (8/25) competing at Ball State Nike/Active Ankle Weekend... Compiled a total of 31 kills and 13 total blocks in three matches of Spartan Invitational to earn tournament MVP honors... Set a career high with 12 kills on 16 attempts for a .750 attack percentage against Miami (9/2)... Began Big Ten campaign with 13 kills against No. 11 Purdue (9/22)... Turned in a strong performance against Wisconsin (9/29), posting a .556 attack percentage (10K-0E-18TA) and five block assists... Tallied a team-best six total blocks in a sweep of Michigan (10/11)... Contributed 10 kills and five total blocks in Spartan upset of No. 16 Purdue (11/11)... Tallied four total blocks against Utah (12/1) in season-ending loss in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament at UCLA.

2005: Played in all 30 matches to earn second varsity letter... Averaged 1.51 kills per game, 0.74 digs per game and 0.66 blocks per game... Tallied seven kills and a season-high seven block assists in season-opening sweep vs. Kent State (8/27)... Posted eight kills, four digs, two block solos and four block assists vs. Ball State (9/3) competing at the MSU Invitational... Contributed eight kills, nine digs and four block assists against Temple (9/9) at the Pizza Hut Jayhawk Invitational... In five-game win vs. Virginia Commonwealth (9/10), compiled eight kills, three digs, two block solos and three block assists... Tallied seven kills, one block solo and two block assists vs. Sacramento State (9/17) competing at the Orange and Green Challenge... In Big Ten season opener vs. Michigan (9/21), contributed six kills, six digs, two block solos and three block assists... In five-game victory vs. Iowa (10/1), posted nine kills... Hit .267 and posted a season-high 16 kills in five-game victory vs. Northwestern (10/22)... In season-ending loss to Ohio State (11/26), tallied six kills, five digs and four block assists.

2004: Played in 10 matches to earn first varsity letter... Saw first collegiate action at South Carolina (9/18), posting four kills in four games to go along with one block solo... Contributed eight kills each against Indiana (10/1) and Purdue (10/2)... Had 16 digs against Purdue (10/2)... Hit .350 (8K-1E-20TA) against Indiana (10/1)... Started at Michigan (10/6), posted 11 kills, five digs and two block assists... Recorded four kills on seven attacks (.571) off the bench against Wisconsin (10/22)... Posted three kills against Northwestern (10/23)... Saw action in one game against Penn State (11/26).

2003: Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner for Megan Morr at Anthony Wayne High... Volleyball captain her senior year... Named first team all-state as a senior, and third team as a junior... Also earned all-district recognition her sophomore, junior and senior seasons... All-conference honoree for three years... Also earned four varsity letters in basketball as a forward and center... Lettered in track as a freshman and sophomore, competing in the high jump, long jump and 100m hurdles.

CLUB: Was a 1999 AAU All-American... Played for Toledo Volleyball Club in Toledo, Ohio, from 2001-02... Played with Premier Volleyball Club (Perrysburg, Ohio) in 2000... Competed with Glass City Volleyball Club (Toledo, Ohio) from 1998-99.

PERSONAL: Full name is Jessica Suzanne Hohl... Daughter of John and Angie Hohl... A retailing major.

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