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6   Trenesha Biggers
Trenesha Biggers

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Jacksonville, Ill.

High School:
Jacksonville High School

Last College:
College of Southern Idaho

Height:
6-2

Position:
Middle Hitter


Junior Year (2002) Saw action in eight matches during the season behind veteran middle hitters Dawn Hough and Aisha Carr...recorded 19 kills, 11 total blocks and hit .200 in her first season as a Seminole...had a season-high six kills against Marshall August 31st.

At Southern Idaho (2001): Trenesha Biggers joins the Seminole squad after spending one year at Southern Idaho where she participated in 55 games of 48 matches…helped lead her team to the SWAC championship and a fifth place finish in the national tournament…after completing the volleyball season, Biggers joined the basketball team and averaged nine points and eight rebounds per game.

At Illinois Central (2000): A two-sport athlete…helped lead her team to the NJCAA National Tournament and was named Second Team All-Region…played basketball for the Cougars under legendary head coach Lorene Ramsey…helped her team advance to the elite eight in the national tournament.

High School: Played volleyball and basketball for Jacksonville High School in Jacksonville, Ill…participated on the first-ranked volleyball team in the nation during her senior year…helped lead the team to four conference championships, a third place finish in the state in 1999 and a sweet 16 appearance in 2000…was a team captain on the basketball team…earned all-conference team honors …named to the Jacksonville Journal Courier All-Area team, Carrolton All-Tournament team and Taylorville All-Tournament team…led her team in rebounds with 10 per game and blocked shots with 3.8 per game…second in scoring with 12.8 points per game.

Personal: Daughter of Larry and Norrise Lawrence…born on December 25, 1981…intended major at Florida State is television and radio broadcasting.

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