7 - Jennifer Francisco
Jennifer Francisco
Birth Date: 08/22/1986
Height: 5-11
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
High School: University HS
Position: RS/OH
Experience: 3V

TITANS `06: Saw very limited time off the bench, playing in just 15 games, mostly in September • Missed Most of October and November due to recurring shoulder problems • Posted her best numbers in a match on Sept. 28, picking up a season-high 3 kills (hitting .333), and a block assist in the 3-0 sweep of UC Riverside.

TITANS `05: Played in just 24 games over seven matches before missing the rest of the season after surgery to her left shoulder • Had her only kill on Sept. 9 versus San Francisco • Tallied a career-high 3 service aces against UMKC on Sept. 3 in the Four Points Titan Classic • Collected a season-high seven digs versus UTEP on Sept. 3 • Was granted a redshirt season.

TITANS `04: Saw limited time in her first season in a Titan uniform, playing in 40 of the 107 games • On two occasions she collected double digits in kills including her career-high 11 on Oct. 28 versus UC Riverside • Collected a season-best 3 blocks (1 solo) in the second game of the season on Sept. 4 versus Delaware • At Long Beach State on Sept. 16 she dug a career-high 8 attempted kills in a losing effort • Picked up her only service ace on Sept. 3 vs. Iona.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead University High School to four CIF titles • Reached the quarterfinals of the state tournament in 2001 and a semifinal berth as a senior in 2003 • Was a finalist for the Junior Olympic Team • Earned the Most Valuable Player award and was named Team Captain her senior year • Was on the Honor Roll from 2000-2002 and was named to the San Diego Union Tribune's All-Academic Team in 2002.

PERSONAL: Born on Aug. 22, 1986, in San Diego, Calif. • Her full name is Jennifer Lyn Francisco • Parents are John and Jeannine Francisco • Has two older sisters, Janessa (25) and Jacqueline (23) • Says her club coach Woodie Taeatafa has had the most influence on her volleyball career • Says her mom's home cooking is her favorite food • Her advice to kids is "Always give 110 percent and never give up. Anything is possible."