UI Volleyball BIO
19 Natalie Jensen

2015: Debuted against Washington State (Sept. 5)...played first full match against Cal Poly (Sept. 11), totaling 16 assists...recorded season-high 28 assists vs. Western Carolina (Sept. 18)...had 20+ assists in 10 matches…was second on the team, averaging 5.33 assists per set...totaled 96 digs…the fastest player to 200 assists (11 matches/38 sets) since Kelsey James reached 200 in her 14th career match (33 sets) in 2006…recorded her first double-double at NAU with 23 assists and 10 digs…suffered late season injury, missing final five matches.

High School: Jensen averaged 8.2 assists per set in her time at Bellarmine Prep…as junior she totaled 969 assists to lead the Lions…Jensen finished with 698 assists in her senior campaign...the Lions have gone on to win the last three Washington state championships…Jensen was awarded the WIAA 4A-Inspirational Award the past three seasons…She was named First Team All-State (2013, 2014), Second Team All-Conference (2013) and First Team All-Area (2013,2014)…she was the 4A Tournament assist leader and has twice won the Bellarmine Prep Sportsmanship Award…her club team, Kent Junior Volleyball Club (KJVBC) directed by Idaho alum Dawn Colston, claimed three tournament titles in 2014, while earning a bid to the Junior Olympics.


Personal: Daughter of Dani and Steve Jensen…has one older sister, Lauren.


Position: S
Height: 5'7"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Bellarmine Prep.
Experience: High School
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