Jenalee Burke
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Jenalee  Burke

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bakersfield, Calif.

High School:
Stockdale

Height:
5-9

Position:
L/S

Birthdate:
02/13/1983

2003
Played in 100 games this season ... spent much of the season at the libero position ... second on the team in digs with 226 ... also ranked second on the team in digs per game, with a 2.26 average ... recorded a career-best 23 digs (two more than her career total prior to this season) against Virginia Commonwealth ... notched her only kill of the season in the team's victory over Georgia State ... posted a career-best three assists against Samford and Eastern Illinois ... registered 15 total helpers on the season ... named to the academic all-conference team ... earned MWC Scholar-Athlete award.

2002
Missed the season due to an Academy suspension.

2001
Promoted from the junior varsity squad midway through the season ... played in 11 matches, starting twice ... saw action in 28 games ... notched three kills on nine attacks ... recorded 21 digs.

HIGH SCHOOL
Stockdale High School - Two-year letterwinner for volleyball ... coached by Maria Collatz ... league co-champions as a senior with a 27-7 record ... fourth place at the Las Vegas Invitational (2000) ... champions at the Highland Invitational (2000) ... second-team all-league as a junior and first-team all-league as a senior ... voted most inspirational player as a freshman on JV ... two-time team co-captain ... played five years of club volleyball for Kern River Volleyball Club ... lettered in track one year ... named scholar athlete all four years of high school ... four-time CSF (California Scholastic Federation) Scholar ... class secretary junior and senior years ... HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) state competition finalist (1999 and 2001) ... class valedictorian.

PERSONAL
Majoring in behavioral sciences ... named to the superintendent's list, which denotes excellence in academic, athletic and military performance, for three semesters ... named to the 2003 academic all-Mountain West Conference team ... served as the summer wing safety NCO in 2003 ... also served as the second group honor NCO and second group honor chairperson ... greatest moment in sports was defeating biggest rivals in five games to become league co-champions.

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