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#14 Bethany Jorgensen
Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Tempe, Ariz.
High School: Corona del Sol
Experience: 3 Letters

2012 (Junior):
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.

2011 (Sophomore):
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.

2010 (Freshman):
Saw limited playing time in her first year with the Sun Devils. Played in 22 sets, contributing with 14 digs.

High School:
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.

Trophy Case:
Pac-12 All-Academic First Team

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