Volleyball

Jeni Hiapo
Jeni Hiapo

Class: SR

Hometown: Thatcher, Ariz.

Height: 5-7

JENI AT A GLANCE: Experienced outside hitter and defensive specialist ... Brings experience and maturity to the court ... Strong ball control skills ... High volleyball IQ.

JUNIOR (2012): Had season-high 14 digs and four assists vs. Rollins (Sept. 29) ... Had 13 digs and four assists in win over Claflin (Oct. 6) ... Totalled 84 digs on season ... Served seven aces ... Dean's List in fall ... Athletic Director's List in spring ... Sunshine State Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall. 

PREVIOUS COLLEGE (CHANDLER-GILBERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE): 2010: Pounded 218 kills as a sophomore ... Recorded 196 digs ... Served 39 aces ... Had 13 blocks ... Had nine assists ... Played in 113 sets ... Captain’s Award ... 2009: Had 178 kills as freshman ... Had 123 digs ... Recorded 14 blocks ... Had 12 aces ... Had 10 assists ... Played in 71 sets ... Had 3.62 GPA.

HIGH SCHOOL & CLUB: Second-Team All-State (1A-3A) as a senior in 2008 ... Outside hitter on Thatcher’s Class 2A state championship team that went 27-2 overall, 12-0 in league in 2008 ... Had 226 kills, 168 digs, 31 aces, eight blocks and five assists as a senior ... Had seven kills, 13 service points, 11 digs, two blocks in 3-2 win over Phoenix Northwest Christian in state championship match ... As a junior in 2007, had 204 kills, 150 digs, 41 aces, five blocks and five assists ... Team went 17-4 overall, 11-1 in league as junior ... Lettered three times in volleyball and tennis, twice in basketball and once in track ... National Honor Society member ... Graduated 6th in her class.

PERSONAL: Married to Barry volunteer assistant coach BJ Hiapo ... Daughter of Larry and Christine Romney ... Has four sisters, Katie, Anna, Emily and Jessica ... Has five brothers, Davis, Brad, Jacob, Michael and Derek ... Brothers Brad, Jacob and Michael played baseball at Eastern Arizona College ... Sisters Emily and Jessica played volleyball at Eastern Arizona ... Brother Derek played football for Eastern Arizona and New Mexico Highlands ... Special education major.

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