Updated April 15, 2011
A great contributor to the Saluki block throughout her career, ranked in Missouri Valley Conference play her ability to play high is what SIU needs to compete in the Valley shown great improvement in the off-season, may be called upon to help on the outside.
Played in and started all 28 matches as a senior saw action in 97 sets led the team in hitting percentage at .289 was ranked as high as No. 21 in the country by the NCAA in blocks per set finished the season ranked fourth in the MVC with an average 1.07 blocks per set recorded a career-best 19 kills in a five-set victory over Indiana State (Oct. 8) finished the year with a career-best 104 total blocks posted a personal-best hitting percentage of .727 against Brown (Sept. 3).
Played in 15 matches, starting four saw action in 28 sets as a junior after sitting about three weeks with an ankle injury averaged 1.32 kills and 1.14 blocks per set finished with season with 37 kills and 32 total blocks recorded a career-best six block assists and eight total blocks at Northern Illinois (Aug.28).
As a sophomore, played in 21 matches, starting 11, seeing action in 61 sets averaged 1.10 kills and 0.87 blocks per set ranked 10th in the Missouri Valley Conference in blocks per set (0.87) finished with season with 67 kills, 13 digs and 53 total blocks tied a career-best nine kills against SEMO (Sep. 13) and added a season-best six blocks against UNI (Oct. 31).
Played in 24 matches and 64 sets as a freshman wrapped up the season with 71 kills, 17 digs and 55 total blocks for an 0.86 block per set average her 1.12 block per set average in The Valley ranked seventh recorded a career-best nine kills at Bradley (Oct. 13), hitting .500 in the match, also putting up a career-high six blocks.
Named to the SWSC all-conference team as a senior awarded her team's most valuable player honor was a three-year letter-winner named to three all-tournament teams as a senior wrapped up her high school career with 310 kills and 211 blocks as a junior, her club team Celtic Force won the 2006 Central Zone Volleyball Tournament, qualified for nationals by winning the Northeast 17 & Under Open Division North Bracket her team finished 14th at nationals that year, also finishing second at the Asics Colorado Crossroads Junior Nationals.
High School Homewood-Flossmoor
Club Team Ultimate
Full name is Jasmine Kayla Conner majoring in sport administration born on October 25, 1988 in Chicago, Ill. has two sisters, Megan (23) and Kelsey (17) daughter of James Jr. and Nancy Conner cousin to ex-U.S. Senator Carol Mosley Braun.