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Jenna Wilt

I graduated from Etowah HS in 2012, played on varsity all four years. I was the Cherokee Tribune Player of the Year and Cherokee Ledger Co-Player of the Year in 2011. I helped lead our team to the Elite 8 and Sweet 16. I was a member of the 2011 All-State team, as well as All-County and All-Area in 2010 and 2011. I set an Etowah HS school record for amount of kills in one season (481 kills) and was State Ranked (7th). After high school, I went on to play volleyball for Kennesaw State University and played in all 33 rookie season matches—had a career high of 23 digs against Mississippi state during our Maroon Classic Championship win. I played two years of D1 collegiate volleyball before stopping due to injuries. I graduated from Kennesaw State University in December of 2016 with a degree in Biology Education. I have been coaching for about four years now. I was an assistant coach for an AAU National Championship (15-U Club Division) in 2015, along with many qualifier tournament championships. I have been coaching at River Ridge HS since 2014 as a JV assistant and Varsity Assistant coach. I am so excited to be at 575 Volleyball this season, and I cannot wait to be a part of all of the success the club will have!