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Jenna Gray

School

Stanford University

Position
Setter
Major
Human Biology
Jenna Gray Finalist

Classroom

Jenna Gray is a two-time Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention selection. She carries a 3.35 GPA in human biology major with an emphasis in human physical and mental performance. She would like to pursue a career in occupational therapy.

Character

“Jenna is a great team leader. She has good relationships with her teammates and is an example of what every Stanford coach wants in a student-athlete. She has a knack for reading others and knowing what they need in big moments. She’s a pleasure to coach and be around.” – Head Coach Kevin Hambly

Community

Gray helped the women’s volleyball team earn the Stanford athletics department’s Community Service Award the past two seasons. Service includes serving food at St. Anthony Padua’s dining room and spending time at Westside Food Bank in Santa Monica while on the road trip to Los Angeles. She read to kids and helped promote literacy at A, B, Trees. She tutored students at the Boys & Girls Club of East Palo Alto. She volunteered at Cardinalpalooza, playing volleyball with kids and held a clinic at the Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco. During the season, she had matches dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness, One Love and Equality.

Competition

Gray is a two-time NCAA champion (2016, 2018) and two-time Pac-12 champion (2017, 2018). She is a two-time Pac-12 Setter of the Year (2017, 2018) and a two-time AVCA All-America First Team selection (2017, 2018). She is a VolleyballMag.com All-America Second Team (2017) and VolleyballMag.com All-America Third Team (2018) selection. She was also a VolleyballMag.com All-America Honorable Mention selection (2016). She is a two-time AVCA All-Pacific North Region (2017, 2018) and a two-time All-Pac-12 Conference (2017, 2018) selection. She is a two-time Preseason All-Pac-12 selection (2018, 2019) and a two-time NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team selection (2016, 2018). She is a two-time Stanford Regional All-Tournament Team selection (2017, 2018) and was named the Kansas City Sports Commission Co-Sportswoman of the Year (2019).