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JENNA SANDQUIST (2014 South Central Iowa Female Athlete of the Year finalist)

Published: Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014 7:10 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014 7:30 p.m. CDT
Jenna Sandquist

Interstate 35


• Led her team with 162 kills and a kill efficiency of .133. Averaged 2.53 kills per set.

• Served 222-of-228 for a serve efficiency of .974, also tops on the team. Served 33 aces.

• Led her team with 169 digs, averaging 2.64 digs per set.

• Named first-team all-conference in the Pride of Iowa Conference.

Track and field

• At the 2014 Pride of Iowa Conference Meet, won conference championships in the 4x100 relay and the sprint medley relay.

• Was a 13-time qualifier to the Co-ed State Track Meet in her career, including being a placewinner at state three times.

• Her best finish at the Co-ed State Track Meet came in the sprint medley relay in 2012, placing third.

• At the 2014 Co-ed State Track Meet, she ran on Interstate 35’s 22nd place distance medley relay, the 21st place 4x100 relay and the 13th-place sprint medley relay.

• Received academic all-state honors in 2014, in addition to academic all-conference honors in 2012, 2013 and 2014..

• Selected to participate in the Senior All-Star Spotlight Meet.

• She is a part of school record relay teams in the 4x100 relay, the sprint medley relay and the distance medley relay.

• Helped the Roadrunners win back-to-back Pride of Iowa Conference team championships.


• Ranked second on her team with a .395 batting average. Had an on-base percentage of .500.

• Ranked third on her team with three home runs and second in doubles with six. Hit one triple and finished 22 RBI.

• Finished perfect on the season in stolen bases, going 19-for-19.

• In five starts and two relief appearances, has a 3-2 record in the pitching circle.

• In 28 2/3 innings, has an earned run average of 2.93 with 23 walks compared to 37 strikeouts. Opponents hit just .165 against her.

• Has just six errors in 70 chances with 40 assists and 24 putouts for a fielding percentage of .914.

• Helped lead her team to a 22-4 record.

• Named first-team all-conference in the Pride of Iowa.

• Selected to play in the Iowa Girls Coaches Association Senior All-Star Games.

• Will be attending Iowa State University on a vocal scholarship and will be a part of the ISU choir.

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