- Earned her first conference award after garnering Pac-12 All-Academic First Team honors (2012).
2014 Sand Volleyball:
- Finished the season with a pairs record of 6-7 with partner Bianca Arellano while competing all year in the first position.
- The duo won the program's first match against Arizona Christian at the Arizona Invitational in two sets (21-4 and 21-5).
- Competed against Tulane at the Wildcat Spring Challenge and won 21-16, 18-21 and 17-5.
- Won their match against Arizona at the Pac-12 Tournament after three sets (27-5, 25-27 and 15-11).
- Beat Arizona again at the Pac-12 Tournament 21-19 and 21-11.
- Recorded a win against Boise State after two sets (21-13, 21-17).
- Played in 51 matches with 17 kills, two service aces, three solo blocks and one block assist.
- She recorded her career high in kills with seven in ASU’s straight-set victory over Alabama State at the ASU Marriott Invitational
Recorded five kills and an impressive .364 hitting percentage against Louisiana-Monroe.
Jorgensen’s exceptional serves were a major factor in the final two sets against Washington State, as she recorded her second ace of the year in the win.
- Played in 18 matches, coming in primarily as a serving specialist.
- Out of 90 attempts she served for a .956 percentage throughout the season.
- Earned her first conference award after garnering Pac-12 All-Academic First Team honors.
- Appeared in 12 matches for 25 sets and two starts.
- Tallied two kills, three aces and 31 digs on the year.
- Her two kills came in conference play, against No. 4 California - her service aces were all against Arizona, two on Nov. 22 and one on Nov. 26.
- Had a season-best seven digs at Arizona while averaging 1.24 digs per set on the year.
- Saw limited playing time in her first year with the Sun Devils. Played in 22 sets, contributing with 14 digs.
- A 2010 graduate of Corona del Sol in Tempe, Ariz., she was a three-time letter winner in volleyball and also lettered in track & field for the Aztecs.
- Captained her high school team for two seasons.
- Some of her accolades include being named First Team All-State in 2009, Second-Team All-State in 2008 and First Team All-Central Region 2007-2009.
- Jorgensen was a member of National Honors Society and the Corona del Sol Student Council while also honored with an AIA Scholar Athlete Award.
- Lists winning the International Youth High Performance Championship in 2009 as her most exciting moment in sports.
- Bethany was also a member of the Club Red Volleyball Club and participated in the Junior Olympics from 2005-2010.
A health science (pre-professional) major, her full name is Bethany Ann Jorgensen. Parents are Dan and Sharon Jorgensen of Tempe, Ariz. Has one younger brother, Kyle. Born in Tempe, Ariz.
Pac-12 All-Academic First Team
Bethany Jorgensen's Career Stats