2007: Academic All-Big Ten ... appeared in seven matches, including three starts ... tallied eight kills and six total blocks ... racked up four kills vs. North Carolina ... chalked up four blocks vs. Winthrop ... had season-ending surgery for a torn labrum in November.
2006: Academic All-Big Ten ... Saw action in 28 matches, starting in 26 ... averaged 2.00 kills per game on a .286 hitting percentage ... hit .727 (8-0-11) vs. Indiana (10/25) and .579 (12-1-19) vs. Iowa (10/27) ... set a career-high with 17 kills vs. Northwestern (10/21) ... ranked ninth in Big Ten conference games with a .315 hitting percentage ... tied a career-high with seven block assists at Iowa (10/7) ... posted double-digit kills seven times and six or more blocks seven times.
2005: Academic All-Big Ten ... Saw action in 32 matches, starting 30 in the middle ... averaged 2.12 kills per game on a .292 hitting percentage ... posted double-digit kill tallies six times, including a career-best 15 against No. 19 Ohio State (11/12) ... posted season-best .632 hitting percentage (13 kills, 19 attempts) at Pacific ... has led the team in kills four, in aces eight times and in blocks 11 times ... put up five or more blocks on 13 occasions, including a career-best eight against Ohio (9/16) ... pulled up 47 digs, including career-best seven against Bradley (9/3) ... tied career highs in assists with one against Indiana (10/21) and in aces with three against North Carolina (9/9), No. 16 Tennessee (9/17) and No. 8 Wisconsin (9/30) ... recorded 400th career kill at Iowa (11/25) and 150th career block against Michigan (10/8) ... named to the Nike Invitational all-tournament team.
2004: Saw action in 31 matches, starting four ... averaged 1.90 kills on a .310 hitting percentage ... tallied double-figure kills on five occasions, including a season-best 12 against Wisconsin and No. 9 Colorado State ... posted 11 kills against Central Michigan, while hitting .625 (11-1-16) for the night ... tallied 11 kills against No. 2 Hawai'i in the NCAA second round ... led team in blocks on 10 occasions ... ranked second on the team with a 0.79 blocks per game average ... posted season-best six blocks against Iowa and Northwestern ... recorded 23 digs, three assists and two service aces ... season-best three digs came against Tennessee ... played in 19 of the team's 20 Big Ten contests ... tallied 10 kills and five blocks in first collegiate match against Butler.
High School: Played basketball and volleyball at West Chicago Community High School ... Earned first team All-DuPage Valley Conference honors and all-area accolades from The Daily Herald for volleyball her senior year ... a two-time academic all-conference honoree ... was varsity captain and team MVP for volleyball ... listed on the school's High Honor Roll all four years ... a National Honor Society member ... played two years of club volleyball for the Sports Performance team ... club team won the 18-open Junior Olympic National title in 2003, while also finishing second at the AAU Nationals and Lonestar Qualifier.
Personal: Given name is Elizabeth Lannan Jacques ... born April 4, 1986 ... parents are Charles and Laura Jacques ... father played baseball at Tulane ... has one brother, Charles, and one sister, Marilyn ... aunt Lisa Kelley is a Purdue alumna ... majoring in public relations and rhetorical advocacy ... nickname is Lizzie or Diz.