25 Jenna Carney
|Hometown:||Canyon Country, Calif.|
|High School:||Alemany High School|
TITANS `05: Was a significant role player as the team's back-up setter playing in 34 games while battling through a back injury Collected 196 assists, good for second on the team, keeping her at No. 4 all time at CSF Posted a season-high 44 assists on Sept. 3 in a five-game match versus UTEP Tallied 30-or-more assists on three occasions, including a 36-assist match in just three games Had a season-high 4 kills at Cal Poly on Nov. 4.
TITANS `04: Battled the adversity of the death of her father during the season to finish the season with only 74 games played Led the team with 764 assists and her career-high 10.32 assists per game ranked her ninth in the CSF single-season record book Was fifth on the team with 20 service aces and fourth with 0.27 aces per game Collected a career-best 66 assists on Nov. 18 versus UC Irvine Had 10 matches with 40 or more assists Had seven aces over two games between Sept. 10-11 and 10 over four games between Sept. 4-11 Tallied a career-high 35 kills and was fourth on the team in digs with 146 Was sixth on the team with 22 total blocks Had double digits in digs on six occasions including a career-best 17 digs in a match versus Delaware on Sept. 4.
TITANS `03: Saw significant time as a freshman at the setter position, playing in 96 games and averaging 8.15 assists per game (10th in the Big West) Also tallied 34 kills and was fourth on the team with 149 digs (1.55 digs per game ) Had three matches with 50 or more assists, including a season-high 59 at Utah State on Oct. 16 Tallied a season-high three service aces at UC Riverside on Nov. 1 while adding 10 digs and a career-high five kills Notched a season-best 16 digs in a home victory over UCR on Oct. 4.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year varsity letterwinner at Alemany H.S. in Mission Hills, Calif. Earned team MVP and all-league honors her junior and senior seasons for the Indians Also garnered several academic honors, including membership in the California Scholastic Federation and National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Born on July 29, 1985, in Los Angeles, Calif. Parents are Bill and Nancy Carney Majoring in kinesiology Also considered attending Northeastern, Ohio University and UC San Diego, but chose Fullerton because of its great location and team unity Favorite include: Larry Bird (athlete) and John Wooden (coach) Earned the Big West Conference Scholar Athlete Award in 2004.