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Macy Jerger


Player profile

(Updated October 2018)
Fort Myers, Fla.
high school
Fort Myers


Year Overall Tourn. Dual
2016 13-5 2-1 11-4
2017 27-10 0-0 27-10
2018 32-10 3-2 29-8
Total 72-25 (.742) 5-3 (.625) 67-22 (.753)



  • CCSA Scholar Athlete of the Year (2018)
  • AVCA Top Flight Award, No. 3 (2018)
  • CCSA All-Tournament Team (2018)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll (2018)
  • CCSA Scholar Athlete of the Year (2017)
  • CCSA Pair of the week w/ Victoria Paranagua (March 14, 2017)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll (2017)
  • CCSA Academic Honor Roll (2016)
  • ACC Academic Honor Roll (2016)

JUNIOR (2018):

Earned second consecutive CCSA Scholar-Athlete of the Year honor in recognition of her 3.87 GPA in biology … Earned a 32-10 season record with a 29-8 dual match record (3-2 tournament) and 18 ranked wins with three different partners … Her 32 overall wins is tied for the 10th-most all-time with three other players, including Sara Putt … Started off the season with Tory Paranagua, playing primarily at the No. 1 position, where the two went 9-5 and earned five ranked wins (against FAU, South Carolina, Stetson twice and Hawaii) … Teamed up with Brooke Kuhlman at the No. 2 position and went 1-1, earning a ranked win against LMU … Paired up with Sara Putt at the end of March and became the Seminoles’ most consistent pair while playing at the No. 3 position … The two went 22-4 through the end of the season with a 19-2 dual match record, earning 12 ranked wins … Their 22-4 record was good for the second most on the team … Jerger/Putt went undefeated through the regular season and CCSA Championship, winning 19 consecutive matches, 18 in a row at the No. 3 position … The pair went 6-0 in Emerson, Ga. as the team won its third straight CCSA Championship, earning them a spot on the CCSA All-Tournament team … Led fourth-seeded FSU to an NCAA National Runner-Up finish with two wins on the first day of the Championship against fifth-seeded USC and No. 1 overall UCLA … The pair was selected for the USA Volleyball Collegiate Beach Championship in Hermosa Beach, Calif. where they went 3-2 and fell to the eventual champions, LSU’s Coppola/Nuss … Jerger/Putt was named the top pair at the No. 3 position in the AVCA’s Top Flight awards for their 17-0 record heading into the NCAA Championship.


 Earned CCSA Scholar Athlete of the year for having a 3.80 while majoring in Biology… was a part of the CCSA Pair of the week w/ Victoria Paranagua (March 14, 2017)… Posted and overall record of 27-10 including a 25-10 mark at the No. 3 position in dual-match play during her second year with Florida State… Played at the No. 2, 3 and 4 positions partnering with three different Seminoles throughout the year… went 19-7 with Victoria Paranagua, 1-0 with Francesca Goncalves and 7-3 with Sierra Sanchez…collected 13 wins against ranked opponents with Paranagua…played with Paranagua most of the season… the duo took down Pepperdine (Skylar Caputo/Heidi Dyer), UCLA (Elise Zappia/Torrey Van Winden) USC (Terese Cannon/Nicolette Martin) and Hawaii’s (Emily Maglio/Laurel Weaver) No. 3 pair in four straight matches across the East Meets West Invitational and the Outrigger Hawaii Invitational (March 12-17)… the duo fell short and lost to USC during the Outrigger Invitational and the Gamecock Grandslam…Jerger/Paranagua fell to UCLA for the first time during the Surf & Turf Invitational… defeated five ranked opponents while pared with Sanchez…went 5-1 including a point in the finals of the CCSA tournament to help lead the Noles to back-to-back CCSA titles…defeated UNCW, Tulane, FAU and FIU twice, with four of those wins coming in straight sets at the CCSA Tournament…played with Sanchez at the No. 3 position in the NCAA Tournament and went 1-2 defeating South Carolina (Katie Zimmerman/Maci Tendrich).

FRESHMAN (2016):

Posted an overall record of 13-5 including an 11-4 mark in dual-match play during her first season at Florida State … played at the No. 3, 4 and 5 positions partnering with three different Seminoles … went 9-2 with Annie Montgomery, 4-2 with Nikki Esposito and 0-1 with Cecilie Woie … collected three wins over ranked opponents while playing with Montgomery … went 3-1 with one DNF in leading the Noles to the CCSA conference title…defeated South Carolina twice and UAB, all in straight sets, at the CCSA Tournament … also paired with Montgomery at the LSU Beach Invitational and finished second in the Gold Bracket Pairs Tournament after going 2-1 and falling to Grand Canyon’s All-American, No. 1 pair of Mackenzie Phelps and Shannon Dugan … paired with Woie against Hawaii (March 26) in DeLand and fell in straight sets to Hannah Zalopany and Ari Homayun at the No. 4 position … posted a 2-2 record versus ranked foes with Esposito … two of those matches came at the NCAA Beach Volleyball Championships … served as a reserve for the Seminoles before replacing the injured Hailey Luke for the final two matches of the tournament … recorded a straight set win with Esposito against UCLA in the semifinals before falling to Southern Cal in the finals.


Member of the USA HP A2 Beach Camp Team in 2014 and USA HP A2 Local Team in 2015 … won silver at the U-19 USA Volleyball HP National Championships … invited to participate at the HP transition weekend in California in 2014 & 2015.


AVCA All-American in Beach Volleyball in 2015 … four-year varsity letterman in indoor volleyball at Fort Myers High School … named the 2015 All-Area Player of the Year runner-up … led Fort Myers indoor squad to four straight district titles (2012-15), three regional championships (2012, 2013, 2015) and two Lee County Championships (2014, 2015) … reached the state Final Four in 2013 and finished as state runner-up in 2012 … garnered LCAC All-Conference team accolades as a senior and was ranked as the sixth best outside hitter by MaxPreps in 2015 … named National Scouting Report Player of the Week as a senior … registered the highest GPA on the team and was recognized with the highest GPA Award in the state of Florida 7A in 2011.


Played club volleyball with USA South (2009-14) … participated as a member of the U-12, U-13, U-14, U-15, U-16 & U-17 USA South National Indoor teams … named USA South U17 Player of the Month in February 2014 … captured the AAU National Championship U18 in 2015 … won the USAV National Championship U18 in 2015 at Hickory Point … placed fifth at the U-19 AAU Junior Olympics in 2015 and finished seventh in 2014.


Daughter of Susan and Darin Jerger … ACC Academic Honor Roll honoree (2015-16) … majoring in biology … born on June 20, 1997.

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