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#12 Jennifer Boyd
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Evans City, Pa.
High School: Seneca Valley
Experience: 4 Letters
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Jennifer Boyd
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
Release: 08/09/2008

- - Career Stats in PDF Format
- - 2011 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2010 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2009 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format
- - 2008 Match-by-Match Stats in PDF Format

 CAREER NOTES
 - - 2011 First Team All-MAC
 - - 2011 Academic All-MAC
 - - 2008 Second Team All-MAC
 - - 2008 MAC All-Freshman Team
 - - Ranks 11th in program history with a .281 career hitting percentage
 - - Her 794 career kills rank 20th in BSU annals
 - - Played in 118 of a possible 126 career matches, while seeing action in 414 of a possible 468 career sets
 - - Her .750 hitting percentage Sept. 11, 2009 versus Chicago State ties as the eighth-best single-match total in program history for a player recording between 10 and 14 attempts in a match
 - - Her .700 hitting percentage Sept. 3, 2011 versus Murray State ties as the 11th-best single-match total in program history for a player recording at least 15 attempts in a match

2011 (Sr.): Earned fourth letter at Ball State ... First Team All-MAC ... Academic All-MAC ...  played in 32 of BSU's 33 matches, earning 27 starts, to help Ball State earn an at large bid into the NCAA Tournament ... saw action in 111 of a possible 122 sets ... tallied a season-high 14 kills in the win over Murray State (Sept. 3) and tied the mark in the victory at Toledo (Oct. 27) ... blasted double-digit kills in nine matches, while logging five-or-more 23 times ... led the team and ranked fifth in the conference with a .350 attack percentage in league-only matches, while hitting .300 for the season ... hit .300-or-better in 16 matches, including a season-high .700 (14-0-20) rate of success against Murray State ... posted a .471 (8-0-17) hitting mark in BSU's NCAA Tournament showdown with Louisville ... ranked second on the squad with 66 total blocks, including a season-high five total blocks on three occasions; at IUPUI (Aug. 30), vs. Western Michigan (Oct. 1) and in the MAC Tournament semifinal match versus Northern Illinois (Nov. 19) ... tallied at least one block in 26 matches, with three-or-more 11 times ... Purdue Invitational All-Tournament Team

2010 (Jr.): Earned third letter at Ball State ... helped lead the Cardinals to a 24-5 (14-2 MAC) record and the program's eighth MAC regular season title and first since the 2002 season ... played in 27 matches, earning 19 starts ... saw action in 102 of a possible 109 sets ... posted double-figure kills in six matches, starting with a 12-kill effort versus Robert Morris (Sept. 4) in which she also posted a .647 attack percentage ... smashed a season-high 16 kills in BSU's five-set victory over Western Michigan (Oct. 29), while adding 15 kills in the win versus Appalachian State (Sept. 18) ... scored at least two kills in all 27 matches she played, while posting five-or-more 20 times ... hit .300-or-better in 10 contests ... collected a season-high four block assists at North Carolina (Sept. 17) ... logged at least one block in 22 matches, with three-or-more on four occasions ... tied her career-high with four digs in two matches; at Northern Illinois (Sept. 24) and at Eastern Michigan (Nov. 5).

2009 (So.): Earned second letter ... played in 27 matches, logging 21 starts ... saw action in 96 of a possible 111 sets ... smashed a season-high 11 kills in three matches; at Toledo (Oct. 8), versus Buffalo (Oct. 10) and at Akron (Nov. 14), all of which we victories for the Cardinals ... recorded at least one kill in all 27 matches, while adding five-or-more 16 times ... hit .300-or-better in 10 matches, including a .750 (10-1-12) rate of success versus Chicago State (Sept. 11), which ties as the eighth-best single match total in program history for a player recording between 10 and 14 attempts in a match ... tied a career-high with four aces in two matches, while tying a career-best with four digs in two outings ... posted a season-high five total blocks in three matches, including a season-best five block assists at Toledo (Nov. 12) ... added three-or-more blocks in eight contests.

2008 (Fr.): Earned first letter ... Second Team All-MAC ... MAC All-Freshman Team ... played in 32 matches, earning 28 starts ... saw action in 108 of 127 sets ... ranked first on the team and fifth in the league with a .313 hitting percentage, which ties as the 17th-best single-season total in program history ... hit .400-or-better in nine matches ... smashed 206 kills, including a career-high 17 versus Toledo (Nov. 6) ... posted double-digit kills in seven matches, including five of BSU's last eight matches ... tallied 76 total blocks on the year, with a career-high seven blocks at Western Michigan (Oct. 11) and versus IPFW (Oct. 21) ... collected at least one block in 26 matches, with three-or-more in 13 outings ... posted 21 aces on the year, including a career-high three at Bowling Green (Oct. 24) ... scored a career-high four digs in four matches.

PREP CAREER
Home-schooled ... earned three letters in volleyball at Seneca Valley for coaches Heather Haff and Karen Martini ... two-time All-Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League First Team selection ... helped guide the Raiders to a pair of Section AAA Championships as well as a WPIAL Championship over her career ... amassed 122 kills and 103 blocks while guiding Seneca Valley to a 16-3 overall record and a Section AAA Championship as a senior ... All-Section First Team as a junior and senior ... also earned four letters in track and field at Seneca Valley ... four-time time team Most Valuable Player ... placed as high as 10th in the long jump, 10th in the triple jump and 13th in the high jump at the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletics Association Championships.

PERSONAL
Graduated with a degree in exercise science ... maintained a 3.789 grade-point average on BSU's 4.0 scale ... born Dec. 23, 1989, in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... daughter of Doug and Karen Boyd ... mother competed in track and field for Anderson University ... has one brother, Jonathan ... full name is Jennifer Elaine Boyd.