7 Jennifer Francisco
|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||University HS|
TITANS `06: Saw very limited time off the bench, playing in just 15 games, mostly in September Missed Most of October and November due to recurring shoulder problems Posted her best numbers in a match on Sept. 28, picking up a season-high 3 kills (hitting .333), and a block assist in the 3-0 sweep of UC Riverside.
TITANS `05: Played in just 24 games over seven matches before missing the rest of the season after surgery to her left shoulder Had her only kill on Sept. 9 versus San Francisco Tallied a career-high 3 service aces against UMKC on Sept. 3 in the Four Points Titan Classic Collected a season-high seven digs versus UTEP on Sept. 3 Was granted a redshirt season.
TITANS `04: Saw limited time in her first season in a Titan uniform, playing in 40 of the 107 games On two occasions she collected double digits in kills including her career-high 11 on Oct. 28 versus UC Riverside Collected a season-best 3 blocks (1 solo) in the second game of the season on Sept. 4 versus Delaware At Long Beach State on Sept. 16 she dug a career-high 8 attempted kills in a losing effort Picked up her only service ace on Sept. 3 vs. Iona.
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead University High School to four CIF titles Reached the quarterfinals of the state tournament in 2001 and a semifinal berth as a senior in 2003 Was a finalist for the Junior Olympic Team Earned the Most Valuable Player award and was named Team Captain her senior year Was on the Honor Roll from 2000-2002 and was named to the San Diego Union Tribune's All-Academic Team in 2002.
PERSONAL: Born on Aug. 22, 1986, in San Diego, Calif. Her full name is Jennifer Lyn Francisco Parents are John and Jeannine Francisco Has two older sisters, Janessa (25) and Jacqueline (23) Says her club coach Woodie Taeatafa has had the most influence on her volleyball career Says her mom's home cooking is her favorite food Her advice to kids is "Always give 110 percent and never give up. Anything is possible."