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Camila Jersonsky
Camila Jersonsky

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Buenos Aires, Argentina

High School:
Ecos Escuela Secundaria

Height:
5-11

Position:
Middle Blocker

Major:
Polymer & Fiber Engineering

2013 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year
2013 All-SEC Team
2013 Capital One Academic All-America First Team
2013 AVCA All-South Region First Team
2013 Preseason All-SEC Team
2012 All-SEC Second Team
2010 SEC All-Freshman Team 2010, 2011, 2012 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Jersonsky bio

2013:
Started all 30 matches and played in all 108 sets as a senior ... Finished career as Auburn's all-time leader in hitting percentage at .355 (894 kills, 237 assists, 1853 attacks) ... Had the team's top hitting percentage for the season at .352 ... Second on the team with 302 kills on 630 swings with 80 errors ... Also led Auburn in blocking with 107.0 total blocks (16 solo, 91 assist) ... Led Auburn in hitting percentage 13 times during the season ... Hit .400 or better in 11 matches ... Had 10 or more kills on 15 occasions ... Recorded career-high 19 kills in five-set comeback win at LSU (11/15); also matched season-high with 7 blocks in the match ... Put down 18 kills and 7 blocks in five-set loss to Florida State (9/21) ... Hit for a season-high .619 percentage with 14 kills on 21 attempts with just one error in win over Mississippi State (11/3) ... Had nine kills on 17 error-free swings and hit .529 with five blocks in historic win over No. 10 Nebraska (8/31) ... Had 15 kills with just one error, hitting .519 in win at Ole Miss (10/13) ... Had seven blocks in four matches during the season - Troy (9/6), Florida State (9/21), Mississippi State (11/3) and Arkansas (11/10) ... Finished career in top-10 in four blocking categories - solo blocks (10th - 51), block assists (6th - 317), total blocks (6th - 368), blocks per set (7th - 0.92) ... Named to Marcia E. Hamilton Classic All-Tournament Team ... Racked up the awards in her final season ... Named to All-SEC Team ... SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Preseason All-SEC Team ... AVCA All-South Region First Team ... Capital One Academic All-America First Team ... Capital One Academic All-District First Team.

2012:
Started all 30 matches, playing in all 109 sets during her junior season ... Finished with a team-leading hitting percentage of .356 (269 kills, 73 errors, 550 attacks), matching her mark from last year for the third-best single-season percentage in Auburn history ... Hitting percentage ranked fifth in the SEC ... Heads into her senior year with a .356 career hitting percentage (592-157-1223), the best in Auburn history ... Led the Tigers with 119 blocks (11 solo, 108 assist) during the season, ranking fifth in the SEC with 1.09 blocks/set ... Her season block total was the ninth-best in Auburn history (all eras) and easily the best in the 25-point rally scoring era (since 2008) ... Her 108 block assists were third-best in the SEC regular season ... Named SEC Defensive Player of the Week twice during the season ... Earned her first honor after 21 blocks in four matches vs. Troy and at the SMU Tournament (9/4-8) ... Had then-season high seven blocks at SMU (9/8) ... Was honored a second time after 17-kill, 9-block performance in win over Arkansas (11/2), matching her career-high in blocks ... Had a hitting percentage of .400 or better in 13 matches, including a stretch of five in a row in late October/early November ... Season-high hitting mark came against South Carolina (10/26) where she had nine kills on 12 attacks with no errors for a .750 mark ... Had five or more blocks in a match on 12 occasions ... Recorded eight blocks and 10 kills in five-set loss at Tennessee (11/18) ... Named MVP of Green Bay/Country Inn & Suites Classic after an 18-kill, .471 hitting performance against UWGB (8/25) ... Matched her 18-kill output in a five-set loss to Missouri (10/21) ... Had double-digit kills in 11 matches ... Enters senior season in Auburn top 10 in career blocks (261) and career block assists (226) ... Named to All-SEC Second Team.

2011:
Played in 23 matches, competing in 79 sets ... Missed first three matches of season while competing for Argentinian Senior National Team at FIVB World Grand Prix ... Led Tigers with .356 hitting percentage (166-37-263) ... Final hitting percentage ranked fourth in the SEC ... Her 166 kills ranked third on the team ... Led team with 70 blocks (15 solo, 55 assist) ... Led Auburn in blocks 11 times during the season ... Had just three errors in 69 attempts (37 kills) in four matches at Blue Raider Bash (9/2-4) ... Hit .562 vs. FIU (9-0-16) and .632 vs. Austin Peay (12-0-19) ... Her 12 kills vs. APSU were a season- and career-high ... Named to Blue Raider Bash All-Tournament Team ... Recorded season-high seven blocks along with four kills, four assists, four digs and an ace in win over Florida A&M (9/10) ... Named to Hurricane Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Had eight kills and .417 attack percentage in win over Alabama (9/23) ... Hit .611 in victory over South Carolina (10/2) ... Equaled season-high with seven blocks along with 11 kills vs. Mississippi State (10/9) ... Missed four matches after suffering an injury vs. Alabama (10/30).

2010:
Named to SEC All-Freshman Team ... Played in 31 of 34 matches, competing in 103 sets ... Made first career start against Tennessee-Martin (Aug. 28) ... Made next start against Troy (Sept. 7) and started 22 of the final 25 matches ... Led team with a .354 attack percentage as a freshman ... Also led squad with 63 block assists and was second on the squad with 72 total blocks ... Named to C of C Classic All-Tournament Team ... Hit a perfect 1.000 on two occasions - 2 kills, 2 attacks vs. Miami (Sept. 3); 8 kills, 8 attacks vs. College of Charleston (Sept. 11) ... Recorded a season- and career-high 11 kills on 14 attacks with two errors (.643) along with two solo blocks and two block assists in win over Middle Tennessee (Sept. 4) ... Equaled that mark with an 11-kill day on 15 attacks with one error (.667) in 3-2 win over No. 24 Kentucky, the Tigers' first-ever win over a ranked opponent (Sept. 24) ... Hit .727 (8 kills, 11 attacks, 0 errors) in win over Oregon State (Sept. 10) ... Had an .833 attack percentage (5 kills, 6 attacks, 0 errors) in 3-0 victory over Arkansas (Oct. 22) ... Recorded a career-high nine block assists in NCAA Tournament victory over Missouri State (Dec. 3) ... Competed with Argentina Senior National Team at Pan-American Volleyball Championship and FIVB World Grand Prix ... Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.

High School:
Played for Club Ciudad de Buenos Aires ... Member of the Under 18 and Under 21 teams that won the Metropolitan Tournament both in 2009 ... Team won the Under 18 Metropolitan Open Championship in 2009 and finished second in the Under 21 Metropolitan Open that same year ... Awarded the "Best Attack" trophy at the Under 18 National Tournament in 2009 ... Named MVP of the final match in the 2009 Metropolitan Open.

Personal:
Daughter of Margarita Borsano and Nestor Jersonsky ... Has two younger sisters, Natalia and Luciana ... Her uncle, Andrea Jersonsky, played for the Argentina national team and also played professional volleyball in Italy ... Double major in electrical engineering and polymer and fiber engineering.

Year Sets MP Kills KPS E TA Pct. Ast. APS SA SAPS SE Digs DPS RE BS BA TB BPS
2010 103 31 157 1.52 47 311 .354 18 0.17 5 0.05 23 35 0.34 0 9 63 72 0.70
2011 79 23 166 2.10 37 362 .356 17 0.22 9 0.11 35 42 0.53 0 15 55 70 0.89
2012 109 30 269 2.47 73 550 .356 13 0.12 14 0.13 44 80 0.73 0 11 108 119 1.09
2013 108 30 302 2.80 80 630 .352 13 0.12 0 0.00 0 18 0.17 1 16 91 107 0.99
Totals 399 114 894 2.24 237 1853 .355 61 0.15 28 0.07 102 175 0.44 1 51 317 368 0.92