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Jump Serve Volleyball!!
The Internet's Premiere College Volleyball Simulation Game

See if you can guide a college women's volleyball program to a National Championship!

You've been given a five year contract to rebuild a struggling women's college volleyball program. You inherit a roster of eight players who are graded from one to ten in the volleyball skills of hitting, blocking/digging, serving and errors. Higher ratings are best (except in errors). Each volleyball player is also given an overall grade. However, your best volleyball squad may not be made up of the players with the best overall grade. You might need to recruit a big hitter even though she's a shank machine. Let the rest of the team cover for her. Also pay special attention to recruiting freshman since under your expert coaching, volleyball skills will improve from season to season.

After you review your squad to determine your strengths and weaknesses, it's time to do some recruiting. Each season you choose from a group of eight volleyball prospects from high schools and junior colleges. Recruit the volleyball players you want but don't spread your efforts too much. The less players you concentrate on recruiting, the better your chances will be that they will choose your volleyball program.

Now it's tryout time. Your recruits, if any, will show up along with some walk-ons trying to catch on with the team. From this group, pick the eight players you want for your team.

Time to start the season. You will play a 14 game home and away conference schedule. Conference winners along with selected at-large teams advance to the field of 64 in the National Championship Tournament. Coaching contract extensions will be awarded based on your tournament performance.

See if you can keep your job long enough to win championships and get players to the top of the career leaderboards in kills, blocks, digs and aces.

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Jump Serve - Women's College Volleyball
Copyright 2009 Brett Freedman

Career
Statistic Leaders

(Since Oct 7)

Points

Jane Smith,
2055 Texas
821
Brianne Foster,
2015 Ohio State
814
Nesrin Albert,
2060 Texas
813
Catherine Hochevar,
2013 Duke
792
Melanie Ladusaw,
2058 Texas
789
Kara Pearce,
2019 Baltimore County
783
Lacey Dirks,
2017 Miami
778
Summer Ferree,
2016 Iowa
768
Marcela Pierluisi,
2060 Texas
767
Kerri Nishimoto,
2025 Clemson
762
Cassie Blanco,
2021 Missouri-Kansas City
754
Liz Fitz,
2038 Illinois
751
Audie Pirisino,
2017 Duke
750
Kara Haneef,
2017 Miami
748
Brandi Pierluisi,
2059 Texas
746

Kills

Aimee Benham,
2013 Duke
511
Catherine Hochevar,
2013 Duke
485
Lis Grzybowski,
2013 Loyola Marymount
483
Jenna Caicedo,
2014 Florida Gulf Coast
475
Sandra Peterson,
2014 San Diego St
473
Kristen Baity,
2027 VCU
472
Gemma Nunley,
2015 Duke
467
Jane Smith,
2055 Texas
462
Nesrin Albert,
2060 Texas
460
Dana Brzova,
2013 Loyola Marymount
459
Kara Pearce,
2019 Baltimore County
458
Melanie Ladusaw,
2058 Texas
457
Colleen Mcleod,
2027 VCU
456
Casey Stern,
2021 Central Florida
455
Kristi Peipher,
2041 Santa Clara
452

Blocks and Digs

Kerri Nishimoto,
2025 Clemson
309
Suzanne Demars,
2021 Clemson
282
Holley Didier,
2019 Clemson
273
Jenna Mcdow,
2016 Georgia Tech
273
Kara Haneef,
2017 Miami
272
Carola Bogenschutz,
2014 Missouri St
272
Jaclyn Kimmel,
2028 Texas
269
Kari Quinn,
2030 Texas
267
Natacha Hamm,
2017 Clemson
261
Stacy Mcquaid,
2013 Missouri St
258
Tiffany Carter,
2021 Clemson
258
Elisha Winn,
2013 Boise St
255
Mindy Sheppard,
2018 North Carolina
250
Rita Gunther,
2019 Illinois
249
Allison Simmons,
2021 Penn State
248

Aces

Ivanna Jamin,
2019 Iowa
180
Melanie Sale,
2014 Duke
175
Nesrin Albert,
2060 Texas
173
Lis Noe,
2026 Delaware
173
Christabell Colson,
2064 Delaware
173
Elena Layman,
2015 Loyola Maryland
171
Amber Adams,
2036 East Carolina
171
Joyia Nielson,
2023 Central Florida
169
Andrea Selsor,
2041 Illinois
168
Keri Mcdow,
2044 Missouri-Kansas City
168
Susan Widdison,
2045 Texas
165
Lizzy Lien,
2031 Texas
164
Kasey Westrich,
2026 George Mason
163
Stephanie Moscovic,
2018 Ohio State
162
Cassie Blanco,
2021 Missouri-Kansas City
162