|Prev. School||Northglenn HS|
|---------ATTACK----------| |--SET---| |----SERVE----| |--DIG---| |------BLOCKING-------| Season G K K/G E TA Pct A A/G SA SE SA/G RE DIG D/G BS BA Total B/G BE BHE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2005 109 114 1.05 22 302 .305 586 5.38 8 12 0.07 2 67 0.61 6 42 48 0.44 3 13
2005: Named to the AmeriSuites/Mountain Lion Invitational All-Tournament team after managing 20 kills, 110 assists and a .360 hitting percentage over the four matches ... Played in 109 games as a freshman ... Ranked second on the team in assists with 586, which moved her up to 9th in most career assists ... Ranked fourth on the team in blocks with 48 ... Had a career high 50 assists along with three aces vs. CSU-Pueblo on Nov. 2 ... Posted a career high 11 kills against St. Mary's on Sept. 3 ... Career high 11 digs vs. SE Oklahoma State on Aug. 27 ... Had a career high five blocks vs. Mesa State on Sept. 10 ... Matched career high five blocks against Adams State on Oct. 21 ... Had 21 assists, seven kills, and three blocks at Chadron St. on Oct. 1.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS: Graduated from Northglenn High School in 2005 ... Named Front Range League Athlete of the Year 2003 and 2004 ... Earned first-team All-Conference recognition in 2003 and 2004 ... Nominated as one of The Rocky Mountain News' "Best of The Best" from 2002-2004 ... All-State honorable mention in 2003 ... Named All-State in 2004 ... Was an All-Tournament player ... Name the MVP of both the Overland and Cherry Creek tournaments ... Led the Norsemen to District and League championships in 2003 and 2004.
Personal: Plans to major in Psychology ... Enjoys spending time with family ... Has one sister, Jordan and one brother, Preston ... Parents are Lisa and Todd Evans ... Born May 6, 1987.
Stories featuring Jocelyn Evans
|August 21, 2006||2006 volleyball preview||Having led the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs in each of her first two seasons, it might be reasonable to expect that coach Jessica Wood and the Mountain Lions had earned a little respect from their peers.|
|May 11, 2006||2006 volleyball recruiting class announced||In 2005, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball coach Jessica Wood raised eyebrows with her first recruiting class by signing two NCAA Division I transfers and three highly regarded freshmen. Because of that initial success, perhaps rival Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference coaches will be a bit less surprised when they learn that Woodâ€™s 2006 class includes â€“ you guessed it â€“ two Division I transfers and three highly regarded freshmen.|
|November 2, 2005||Another record crowd witnesses loss||Behind 17 kills each by Samantha Connelly and Holly Swanson, the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves grabbed two points in the Steel and Silver Series with a 3-2 (24-30, 30-23, 31-29, 28-30, 15-4) victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Wednesday before a UCCS-record 402 fans at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.|
|October 28, 2005||Defeat of Western sets up first-place showdown||A week ago, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball players admitted, albeit in a chagrined manner, that they had looked past a tough Adams State team in anticipation of their first-place matchup against New Mexico Highlands the following night. The result was a loss to Adams State.|
|October 12, 2005||UCCS wins ninth straight home match||The middle blockers of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs accounted for 22 kills and hit a robust .576 as the Mountain Lions defeated the Grand Canyon â€˜Lopes 3-0 (30-25, 30-17, 30-22) Wednesday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|October 7, 2005||Volleyball stuns Metro State||Sometimes, ignorance really is bliss.|
|September 24, 2005||UCCS win streak comes to an end||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team came within a point of matching a school-record-tying eighth straight win Saturday night before falling to the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls 3-2 (30-15, 22-30, 26-30, 31-29, 15-11) at Las Vegas, N.M.|
|September 13, 2005||UCCS strikes first in Steel and Silver||PUEBLO â€“ The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs took the first two points of the newly announced Steel and Silver Series Tuesday thanks to a dramatic come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves at Massari Arena.|
|September 10, 2005||Volleyball wins fourth straight||Mesa State looked into its own past Saturday night and something entirely unexpected happed â€“ the memory came out on top.|
|September 3, 2005||Middle blockers lead UCCS to win||Middle blockers Kelley Angel and Caroline Ottino combined for 36 kills as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs evened its record at the Amerisuites/Mountain Lion Invitational with a 3-1 victory over the St. Mary's Rattlers on Saturday.|
|September 2, 2005||Volleyball reduces errors, gets win||Diane Sheldon had 12 kills as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team defeated the Angelo State Rambelles 3-0 Friday night at the Lionsâ€™ Den.|
|August 26, 2005||Volleyball drops first two matches of season||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' much-anticipated 2005 volleyball season got off to a rocky start Friday as the Mountain Lions dropped their first two matches of the season at the ASU Concho Classic at San Angelo, Texas.|
|August 22, 2005||Volleyball season preview||Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponents have often referred to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as "the sleeping giant," confiding in hushed tones that if the Mountain Lions ever get on equal footing in terms of tradition and funding, they'll dominate. While it may be an overstatement to say that the 2005 version of UCCS volleyball is ready to reach giant status just yet, it would certainly be realistic to say that they're at least poised to take a giant leap.|
|May 16, 2005||Volleyball adds three impact players||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball coach Jessica Wood announced Monday the addition of three new players to an already formidable roster.|