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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 Jul 11)

Points

Kayte Erwin,
2022 Central Florida
803
Margaret Bogenschutz,
2013 Texas
789
Stacey Cook,
2019 North Carolina
787
Janice Snyder,
2027 Virginia
784
Erin Crews,
2033 Wofford
780
Kristin Reed,
2019 Boise St
778
Kris Ocasio-Clemente,
2028 Wofford
778
Kelli Krouse,
2029 Arizona
777
Meghann Sanders,
2027 Virginia
774
Tara Dalager,
2021 Boise St
772
Roberta Mattson,
2023 Wofford
772
Elena Aron,
2026 Virginia
771
Kathleen Strauss,
2022 Virginia
765
Malinda Boehmer,
2019 Villanova
762
Jackie Wathan,
2028 Virginia
760

Kills

Brenda Skrzypak,
2017 Penn State
519
Jackie Wathan,
2028 Virginia
510
Shana Knox,
2034 Virginia Tech
499
Alaina Hochevar,
2032 Central Florida
483
Sheila Beauchene,
2031 Central Florida
478
Karen Hoeffner,
2033 Central Florida
472
Janice Snyder,
2027 Virginia
467
Stacy Ladusaw,
2031 Central Florida
462
Amanda Dynon,
2030 Virginia Tech
459
Carly Alters,
2013 Penn State
452
Kelli Gard,
2033 Clemson
452
Nici Pereira,
2023 Florida
445
Kelli Krouse,
2029 Arizona
445
Meghann Sanders,
2027 Virginia
443
Marie Haymore,
2019 Villanova
442

Blocks and Digs

Malinda Boehmer,
2019 Villanova
287
Kenisha Cole,
2016 Villanova
282
Kenisha Lou Steinfelt,
2021 Arizona
274
Karla Cahoon,
2022 North Carolina
271
Karen Cole,
2031 UCLA
270
Kate Vtyruina,
2015 Michigan
269
Kelli Fitzgerald,
2021 Oklahoma
269
Teale Talbot,
2017 Oklahoma
269
Betsy Gregg,
2025 Nevada
265
Karina Kimmel,
2018 Villanova
264
Brittany Volckers,
2015 Miami
264
Gianina Tomlinson,
2017 UCLA
262
Caryn Nielson,
2015 Loyola Chicago
260
Kris Conrad,
2021 Nevada
260
Alanna Quinn,
2014 Michigan
258

Aces

Jennie Baker,
2034 Wofford
172
Bethany Zaharieva,
2022 Wofford
170
Tara Dalager,
2021 Boise St
169
Ryan Jamin,
2015 Virginia
169
Yana Constien,
2021 North Carolina
168
Yulia Czelej,
2028 UCLA
168
Malinda Boehmer,
2016 USC
167
Nicole Seitz,
2034 UCLA
167
Corinn Reynoso,
2030 Virginia
166
Urissa Turner,
2019 Florida
165
Lydia Aita Junek,
2041 Bucknell
163
Kayte Erwin,
2022 Central Florida
163
Elena Aron,
2026 Virginia
162
Abbie Santaella Sante,
2024 Virginia
162
Karin Cruz,
2022 Virginia
162