SENIOR SEASON (2009)
Conference USA Championship All-Tournament Team
CoSIDA Academic All-District VI Second Team
MVP of USF/Asics Challenge
Team Co-Captain for 2009
Concludes career with 1,388 career digs, which is fourth in school history and 954 career kills
Third on squad with 325 kills (2.85 kps)... Second on team with 411 digs (ninth all-time at Rice)... Team-high 15 kills in victory over Nicholls and team-high 14 digs vs. Oklahoma... Posted 2 block solos over Central Arkansas and match-high 14 kills (14-2-30) for a .400 hitting percentage... 19 kills and .267 hitting percentage vs. San Diego State and match-high 21 kills and .362 hitting percentage vs. San Francisco... 13 kills and 14 digs vs. South Carolina... 11 digs vs. Harvard and vs. #23 Wichita State... Double-double with 10 kills and team-high 14 digs at Memphis and another double-double with 15 kills and 13 digs at UAB... 13 kills and match-high 16 digs vs. Tulane... 9 kills and 13 digs vs. Houston... Double-double with 12 kills and 20 digs vs. SMU... 9 kill and 9 digs at UCF and 11 kills and 15 digs at Southern Miss... Collected 36 digs and 8 kills at SMU and 13 kills and 14 digs at Tulsa... Match-high 18 kills compared to East Carolina's team total of 22... Also had .433 hitting percentage against the Pirates... Posted 10 kills and 12 digs vs. Marshall... 11 kills at Tulane and 8 kills and 11 digs at UTEP... 11 digs and 8 kills vs. Houston... 11 digs and 5 kills vs. Marshall, 10 kills and 16 digs vs. Southern Miss, 11 kills and 17 digs vs. Tulsa... 19 digs and 9 kills in 3-0 win over #17 LSU... 11 digs and 3 kills in NCAA match vs. TCU.
JUNIOR SEASON (2008)
Played in all 31 matches and in 110 sets... One of the team's primary passers... 14 matches with double-digit digs... Season-high 17 digs at Baylor... 14 digs at SMU and vs. UAB... 13 digs at Tulsa... Second on team with 22 service aces... Fourth on team with 258 digs... Season-high 5 kills vs. UTSA... Hit .444 (4-0-9) vs. UTSA... Season-high 3 aces vs. Binghamton... C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll member.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007)
Named to the Nike Gamecock Invitational All-Tournament Team... Participated in 28 matches and 100 games... 13 matches with double-digit kills... Led Rice with 34 aces... Third on team with 2.77 kpg... Career-high 23 kills at Southern Miss... 18 kills at Marshall... 17 kills vs. Stephen F. Austin and vs. Tulane... Posted 16 kills at South Carolina and vs. Appalachian State... Third on team with 3.15 dpg... Collected 24 digs at South Carolina, 22 vs. Troy, and 20 at Tulsa... Served up 7 aces vs. Texas Southern and 4 vs. Troy... C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2006)
C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll... Started all 31 matches and played in 126 games... Finished third for the Owls with 2.60 kpg and 3.21 dpg... Posted 404 digs on the year for the sixth-best single-season total at Rice... Had best hitting night of career at Tulane with 22 kills and a .455 hitting percentage... Recorded double-digit kills 15 times and had 12 double-doubles... Posted career-high 30 digs against UTEP to rank among the top 10 best matches at Rice... Served up 6 aces at Michigan... Led the Owls with 0.35 aces per game... Named Rice's most improved player.
A 2006 graduate of Cy-Fair High School in Houston... Two year starter and three year letterwinner for coach Donna Benotti and the Bobcats... Named the district 17-5A most valuable player after leading the Bobcats to a perfect 16-0 mark in district play in 2005... Team finished 35-5 and advanced to the second round of the playoffs... Helped Texas Tornados Volleyball Club win the Indianapolis National Qualifier tournament in 2005-06... Houston Chronicle player of the week... Selected for the West All-Star tournament... MVP of the Kingwood and Cy-Fair tournaments.
Full name: Jennifer Lauren McClean... Born: Dec. 23, 1987 at Carrolton, Texas... Parents: William and Kathleen McClean (one brother, one sister)... College: Jones.
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