2018 Best Block (Baylor Invitational)
2017 Dog Pound Challenge MVP
JUNIOR SEASON (2018)
Started as middle blocker in 19 matches out of 21 matches played for a total of 74 sets played ... Finished in fifth on the team with 114 kills and a .229 hitting percentage ... Registered 11 solo blocks which is the third highest on the team ... Recorded a season-high of 12 kills on two occasions against Duke and Ole Miss ...
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017)
Played in 28 matches with 27 starts at middle blocker for the Tigers ... Was named the 2017 Dog Pound Challenge MVP after leading the team with a total of 27 kills on the weekend ... Finished the season with a total of 221 kills, averaging 2.15 kills per set ... Led the team in blocks and finished fourth in the SEC with a 1.22 blocks per set average ... Had a career-high 18 kills and a .593 hitting percentage in four-set road win over Arkansas (Nov. 3) ... Finished six matches with 10 or more kills ... Had a career-high 11 blocks in home win over Arkansas (Oct. 8) ... Finished the year with 12 kills and a .550 hitting percentage in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against San Diego.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2016)
Saw action in 17 matches and started in five matches during her debut season ... Totaled 32 sets played with 53 kills and 1.66 kills per set ... Totaled a career-high three blocks against and finished with a career-best 12 kills and a .455 hitting percentage ... Became the first LSU player to hit .700 or better in a match when she hit .700 with eight kills on 10 attempts and one error against Baylor ... Finished with four kills on 10 attempts against Arkansas ... Added three kills against Missouri ... Totaled five kills against Georgia... Finished with five kills and three blocks in her third career start against Mississippi State ... Finished with five kills and a pair of blocks at No. 23 Kentucky.
Was a four-sport prep athlete at Manatee High School in Bradenton, Florida, lettering in basketball, track & field, volleyball and weightlifting all four years of high school ... As a senior helped led her volleyball team to the state semifinals with over 150 kills and more than 70 blocks as she was named to the 2015 Bradenton Herald All-Area Volleyball Team ... As a junior, led Manatee to its first-ever volleyball state championship, averaging two kills and a block per set on the season in being named honorable mention all-area ... Helped the volleyball team to three-consecutive district championships as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Made it to regionals in weightlifting in three seasons, while making it to the state’s track championships twice ... Was a member of Mu Alpha Theta, a mathematics honor society.
Full name is Jacque Lynn Armer ... Born on Dec. 1, 1997, in South Bend, Indiana ... Daughter of Chip and Michelle Armer ... Michelle was on the swimming & diving team at Michigan, while Chip played basketball for the Wolverines ... Has three siblings in Kayla, Bo and Marisa ... Kayla plays indoor and beach volleyball at Houston Baptist University ... Majoring in business.