Sophomore Hannah Frohling has amassed a 3.89 grade point average while studying Sports Medicine.
Jasmine Gross highlighted the honors with a first team selection.
The sophomore has amassed a 3.897 grade point average while studying Sports Medicine.
Jasmine Gross now leads the Pepperdine women's volleyball record books for highest hitting percentage in a single match after posting a .867 success rate (13-0-15_
Jasmine Gross' 156 blocks mark the second-straight season that she has broken the Pepperdine women's volleyball program's single season block record in the rally scoring era.
Women's Volleyball vs. LMU (11/18)
Women's Volleyball vs. Gonzaga
Women's Volleyball vs. Portland (11/2)
Women's Volleyball vs. #18 San Diego
Women's Volleyball vs. Santa Clara (10/14)
- CoSIDA Academic All-District first team – 2017
- WCC All-Academic first team – 2017
- All-WCC honorable mention – 2017
- Pepperdine Dean's List – 2017
- Pepperdine Scholar-Athlete – 2016, 17
- WCC Commissioner’s Honor Roll ‘gold’ honors – 2016, 17
- First-ever student-athlete in the nation featured on NCAA’s Snapchat with a takeover
3rd – 1,252 total attempts (2017)
8th – 498 total points (2017)
9th – 435 total kills (2017)
T-9th – 35 service aces (2017)
PEPPERDINE CAREER: Has played in 61 matches with 50 starts in two seasons at Pepperdine ... Has only not played in one available set during her time with the Waves, tallying 235 total sets played … In two seasons, averaged 3.09 kills/set (726-315-2110) for a .195 hitting percentage … Has also tallied 0.19 aces/set (44), 1.72 digs/set (405), 0.44 blocks/set (104, eight solos) and 3.51 points/set (826.0 points) … Marked 15 double-doubles in kills and digs, 40 matches with double-figure kills including two with over 20 smashes and 17 matches with double-figure digs … Posted a career-best 22 kills at Gonzaga (11/5/16), six blocks twice with the last at BYU (9/26/17), 16 digs twice with the last versus Long Beach State (9/12/17) and three aces four times with the last at Santa Clara (11/9/17).
PEPPERDINE 2017: Only Wave to start all 31 matches and play in every one of 118 sets in 2017 … Averaged 3.69 kills/set (435), 0.30 aces/set (35), 2.52 digs/set (297), 0.44 blocks/set (52) and posted 4.22 points/set (498.0) … Led the team in aces and kills in her sophomore season … Led the Waves in kills in 17 matches, aces in 10 and hitting percentages five times … Posted double-doubles with kills and digs in 14 matches … Marked double-figure kills in 25 matches with a season-best 20 kills against Utah Valley (Aug. 25) … Marked double-figure digs in 16 matches … Tallied a season-best 16 digs twice against Utah Valley (Aug. 25) and Long Beach State (Sep. 12) … Amassed a season-best three aces in four matches throughout the season.
PEPPERDINE 2016: Had a standout year as a freshman for the Waves, leading the team in kills/set and total kills with 2.49 and 291 respectively … Also led the squad with 858 total attack attempts … Picked up nine aces to average 0.08 aces/set … Produced 108 digs for 0.92 digs/set and 52 total blocks including four solo rejections for 0.44 block/set … Had a Waves’ season-high 22 kills at Gonzaga on Nov. 5, which ranks 8th for most kills in a single-match in Pepperdine rally scoring era history … Picked up a season-best .483 hitting percentage against Harvard at a neutral site on Sep. 10 and tabbed a season-high two aces in the match, as well as against Rhode Island on Aug. 26 … Posted a season-best 10 digs against Lipscomb on Aug. 26 and six blocks against Pacific on Oct. 29 … Led the team with 14 double-figure kill performances and one over 20-kill outing this season … Amassed one double-double in kills and digs … Led the team in kills in 13 separate matches, including the last six-of-seven matches in the season … Led Pepperdine with hitting percentage and aces on five separate occasions each.
CLUB: Played for Oklahoma Peak Performance from the age of 11 … Named Club “Peak Performance” Player of the Year in 2015 and was a nominee in 2014 and 2016 … The club finished top-five at the Junior Open in 2014 and were two-times Colorado Crossroad winners in 2012 and 2013 … The team qualified in the open in 2012, 2013 and 2015 and were Show Me Tournament winners in 2016.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Edmond North High School in Edmond, Okla. in 2016 … Lettered four seasons in the OSSAA 6A league at ENHS under Kimo Aweau as an outside hitter and setter … She earned four-consecutive ENHS MVP honors, picked up four State All-Tournament nods, was named All-OSSAA first team in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and was selected the Central OK Offensive Player of the Year in 2014 … In her senior campaign, she was the OSSAA 6A State Tournament MVP and was named Gatorade Player of the Year (Oklahoma) and Central OK Player of the Year … Frohling was also a 6A All-State selection … In her junior campaign, she tallied her first Central OK Player of the Year honor … Her sophomore season, she tabbed a State All-Tournament team nod … Edmond North was ranked 19th in the country, the highest ranking the school has ever achieved, in 2015 … ENHS won the 2015 OSSAA 6A State Championship and was the runner-up in 2013 and 3rd place finishers in 2012 and 2014 … In the classroom, Frohling was named Junior Student of the Year, nominated for Ms. ENHS, was an Oklahoma Academic Scholar and a member of both the National and Oklahoma Honor Society … She was an AP Scholar with distinction and Valedictorian with distinction.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Michelle and Ralph Frohling … Has one younger sister, Grace … Plans to major in Sports Medicine at Pepperdine … Her career goals including “helping all kinds of athletes to perform the best they can for as long as they can” … When asked why she chose Pepperdine, she stated “it is the perfect fit for me. Between the religious aspect and the competitive academic and athletic atmosphere, I knew it was where God wanted me.” I know Pepperdine will challenge me and make me a better person and athlete” … She can solve a Rubiks Cube in 51 seconds, but is training to get a sub-50 time … She also has a Taylor Swift cover band called “Silhouettes” and knows a lot about German soccer.
FAVORITES: Kerri Walsh Jennings (pro athlete) … FC Bayern Munchen (pro team) … Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis (book) … The Blind Side (movie) … Grey’s Anatomy (TV show) … Taylor Swift (musical artist) … fried rice (food) … soccer (sport other than volleyball) … Favorite hobbies and pastimes including watching her favorite soccer team and her favorite player on that team, World Cup winner, Thomas Muller … She also enjoys hammocking with friends or going to coffee shops.