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Jenna Allen
Jenna  Allen

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lewisville, Texas

High School:
Hebron

Last College:
South Carolina

Height:
5-10

Position:
OH

Experience:
2L


11/25/2014

Tech Volleyball Heads To Ames To Face the Cyclones

Texas Tech will play its final regular season match of 2014 in Ames on Wednesday

10/25/2014

Errors Plague Texas Tech in 3-0 Loss to Kansas

Red Raiders drop to 15-5 overall and 3-5 in Big 12 play after a 3-0 loss to Kansas Saturday

09/06/2014

Red Raiders Corral Cardinals, Take UTPA Tournament Title

Texas Tech rallies from a set down to defeat Lamar and move to 6-0

08/23/2014

Red Defeats Black In Tech Volleyball's Final Tune-Up

Rachel Brummitt and Jenna Allen led the way in the Red squad's sweep of the Black squad on Saturday.

04/07/2014

Texas Tech Tops New Mexico State in Ruidoso

Red Raiders score 3-1 victory over defending WAC Champion on Saturday

11/19/2013

VB: Oklahoma Preview

VB: Oklahoma Preview

08/16/2013

One-on-One With Jenna Allen

08/13/2013

Tech Volleyball Hosts First Scrimmage

11/30/2013

Texas Tech vs. TCU

Texas Tech vs. TCU

11/21/2013

Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma

Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma

08/24/2013

Red & Black Scrimmage

Red & Black Scrimmage

JUNIOR SEASON (2014)

Started in all 28 matches for the Red Raiders in 2014, and was one of the most effective offensive forces in the Big 12, compiling 3.10 kills per set, which led the Red Raiders and ranked seventh in the conference ... Her 1,143 attacks landed her in ninth on the Tech all-time single-season list in that category ... Her 334 kills also led the team, and she recorded at least 12 kills in 14 different matches .... Allen also ranked third on the team in service aces (22), and second in digs (246). She registered 10 digs or more 13 different times in 2014 ... Her .162 hitting percentage was almost a 30-point increase from the 2013 season ... Had the best performance of her career in a near five-set upset of No. 22 Kansas State in Manhattan, where she not only notched a career-high 25 kills (a team high for the season), but also did so on just 54 swings, with only two errors, for a hitting percentage of .426 ... Allen posted a team-high 11 double-doubles in 2014, including doing so in four of the final six matches of the season ... One of her best all-around performances of the season was turned in during Tech's historical five-set win in Waco against Baylor, as she recorded 15 kills, notched nine digs and swatted a season-high five attacks on the front row ... Allen also averaged 0.37 blocks per set in 2014, a career high ... Allen caught fire late, recording 10 or more kills in six of the final eight matches of the season, including her 25 against Kansas State, 16 at home against Baylor, 12 at West Virginia, 15 at TCU, 11 versus Oklahoma and 10 in the season finale at Iowa State ... Allen earned All-Tournament Team honors in three of Tech's four non-conference tournaments, with her best weekend performance coming at the UTPA Tournament, where she recorded 13 kills and a career-high 16 digs in the four-set opening-round win over Texas A&M-CC, 13 kills and nine digs in the sweep of UTPA before kicking it up a notch in the tournament clincher against Lamar, where she slammed 19 kills and notched nine digs.

CAREER HIGHS (entering 2015 season)

Kills: 25, at Kansas State (Nov. 1, 2014)
Total Attacks: 65, vs. Baylor (Oct. 29, 2014)
Hitting Percentage (Min. 5 Kills): .426, at Kansas State (Nov. 1, 2014)
Assists: 2, seven times, last vs. Iowa State (Oct. 18, 2014)
Service Aces: 3, three times, last vs. Texas A&M-CC (Sept. 5, 2014)
Digs: 16, vs. Texas A&M-CC (Sept. 5, 2014)
Solo Blocks: 1, three times, last at Texas (Oct. 9, 2014)
Block Assists: 5, at Baylor (Oct. 1, 2014)
Total Blocks: 5, at Baylor (Oct. 1, 2014)
Double-Doubles: 17, last at Iowa State (Nov. 26, 2014)

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)

Recovered from a preseason injury to become one of Tech's top attackers during Big 12 play ... missed the entire non-conference schedule due to assorted injuries ... played and started in all 16 of Tech's Big 12 matches ... averaged 3.25 kills per set during that time, the second-highest average on the team ... recorded 182 kills, fifth-most on the team, while hitting at a .134 average ... finished with 10 or more kills in eight different matches ... led the Red Raiders in kills six times on the year ... made quite the debut on Sept. 25 at Oklahoma with 21 kills and 15 digs ... marked the most kills by a Red Raider in a Big 12 opener since Kelly Johnson also totaled 21 in 2001 against Colorado ... hit .264 against the Sooners, her second-highest percentage of the season ... took 53 swings against Oklahoma, one of five matches with at least 50 attempts ... her 15 digs marked a season high ... ended the year with seven matches with 10 or more digs overall ... Oklahoma match was the first of six double-doubles on the year ... also notched double-doubles against West Virginia (Oct. 5), TCU (Oct. 12), at West Virginia (Nov. 2), Kansas State (Nov. 6) and Oklahoma (Nov. 20) ... connected on a career-high 24 kills on Oct. 12 at TCU ... marked most kills by a Red Raider against a Big 12 opponent since Amanda Dowdy totaled 34 at Colorado on Nov. 20, 2010 ... came close to matching that career high on Nov. 6 with 23 kills against Kansas State ... her 23 kills against the Wildcats marked the third-highest total in the Big 12 for a four-set match ... her 24 kills against the Sooners also ranked as the fourth-highest total overall as well ... came close to two more double doubles with 10 kills and nine digs at K-State on Oct. 19 and then nine kills and 10 digs against Texas on Nov. 16 ... ended the year ranked seventh in the Big 12 for points pet set (3.58) in league matches only and eighth in kills per set (3.28) ... her 133 digs ranked fifth on the team while her 2.38 digs per set average was fourth overall ... added 19 blocks on the front row, averaging 0.34 per set ... best blocking performances came Oct. 30 and Nov. 2 in road matches at Iowa State and West Virginia ... played the majority of the back half of the Big 12 schedule injured but continued to be one of Tech's major factors offensively.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2012 AT SOUTH CAROLINA)
Appeared in 30 matches while making nine starts in her only season with the Gamecocks ... all nine of her starts came in the final 11 matches ... saw action is 84 total sets ... finished fourth on the team with 122 kills ... averaged 1.45 kills per set ... hit .204 on the season off 328 attacks ... also totaled 102 digs at a 1.21 per set rate ... ranked fifth on the team in digs ... added four service aces and 13 assists as well ... recorded double-digit kills twice ... finished in double digits for digs four times ... posted her lone double-double on Nov. 16 against Alabama with 11 kills and 15 digs, both career highs ... totaled a career-high four block assists in collegiate debut against Temple early in the season.

HEBRON HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letterwinner at Hebron, which is consistently one of the top high school teams in the state ... helped lead the Hawks to the Class 5A Texas state title as a junior ... team advanced to the regional semifinals her sophomore year and the regional quarterfinals her senior season ... played with current Red Raider Nicole Hragyil her freshman season ... a first team all-state selection following her senior season ... also named the Co-Offensive Player of the Year for District 8-5A as well ... honored as the MaxPreps/AVCA Texas Player of the Week for Oct. 30, 2011 ... totaled 684 kills, 33 blocks, 368 digs and 68 aces during senior season alone ... was squad's team captain that year ... received Academic All-State honors as well ... also four-year letterwinner in track ... found most success in the high jump where she advanced to the regional meet ... played for the Texas Advantage club team in the offseason.

PERSONAL
Jennifer Allen ... born June 4, 1994, to parents Hobey and Dixie Allen ... has two older brothers, Jay and John ... father was a collegiate baseball player at Ohio State ... exercise sports science major.

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