Jacqy Angermiller
Jacqy  Angermiller


Dallas, Texas

High School:
LD Bell




  • 2014 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
  • 2013 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

  • 2014 (SOPHOMORE)
  • Key contributor on the front line
  • Played in 22 matches, including 19 starts
  • Ranked second on the team in blocks per set, averaging 0.88 per set
  • Averaged 1.28 kills per set while hitting .213
  • Tallied a career-high 11 blocks (all block assists) against Eastern Kentucky (9/19), which is tied for the second most block assists in a five-set match in school history and the fourth most total blocks in a five-set match
  • Finished with a season-high 11 kills while hitting .364 and six blocks in comeback win vs. Ole Miss (9/26)
  • Had seven kills and seven blocks vs. No. 20 Texas A&M (10/19)
  • Suffered ankle injury vs. Texas A&M (10/19) and missed next six matches before returning at Arkansas (11/14)
  • Made first start after the injury at Tennessee (11/19) and recorded eight kills and two blocks

  • 2013 (FRESHMAN)
  • Played in 24 matches, including 22 starts
  • Ranked seventh in the league in blocks, averaging 1.08 per set
  • Posted 1.57 kills per set
  • Made collegiate debut in win over Utah State (9/13) after missing first six matches because of injury, tallying eight kills while hitting .368 and four block assists
  • Hit a season-best .583 to record eight kills in sweep of Liberty (9/13)
  • Finished with a season-high nine blocks in loss to Duke (9/14)
  • Registered career-high 12 kills while hitting .409 in sweep of Western Carolina (9/20)
  • Chipped in eight kills and six blocks against Robert Morris (9/21)
  • Chipped in five kills, five block assists and two digs in win at Tennessee (9/29)
  • Contributed six kills, three digs and eight blocks in win at Ole Miss (10/20)
  • Finished with six kills and six block assists in win over Coastal Carolina (10/30)

  • Lettered three years at L.D. Bell High School under head coach Vicki Griff
  • As a middle blocker, was a first-team All-District selection and was named District Blocker of the Year
  • Played club volleyball for the Texas Advantage under coach Ping Cao
  • Was a two-time All-Texas honorable mention selection by LoneStarVolleyball.com
  • Led the 17 Black team to the USA Open national title in 2013
  • Helped lead the group's 16U team to a third-place finish at the 2012 USA Volleyball Junior National Championships
  • Also finished first in 2013 at the MLK, New Year's Classic, Tour of Texas, Nfinity Invitational, Lonestar Qualifier, North Texas Invitational and the Show Me Qualifier
  • Was a standout in the classroom as well, making the A/B Honor Roll

  • Jacquelyn Ann Angermiller is the daughter of Stephen and Virginia Angermiller
  • Majoring in fashion merchandising
  • Chose South Carolina because of the team, coaches and student-athlete facilities
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