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Jasmyn Martin

#4

Player profile

(Updated June 2021)
position
Outside/Right Side Hitter
height
6'3"
year
Senior
hometown
Brooklyn Park, Minn.
high school
Hopkins
other college
Minnesota

CAREER ACCOLADES:

  • All-ACC Second Team (2020)
  • Preseason All-ACC Team (2020)
  • All-ACC Second Team (2019)

2020 - SENIOR SEASON (Florida State):

Capped her two-year FSU career earning All-ACC Second Team honors…Led the Seminoles with 184 kills and 2.83 kills per set…Generated 210.5 points, third on the team…Amassed double-digit kill totals in 12 matches…hit .400 or better in four matches…Finished the year in a big way vs. Syracuse, recording 12 kills in 22 attacks on April 1 and six kills on 12 swings on April 2…Totaled 13 kills, a .417 hitting percentage and added five blocks vs. UCF (Feb. 26)…Had a five-match stretch with 10+ kills…Drilled 14 kills and hit .440 vs. Virginia Tech (March 14)…Totaled nine digs vs. Louisiana (Feb. 27)…Second on the Seminoles in kills (40), kills per set (3.08) and blocks (9) in FSU’s four-match fall…Double-digit kills in both matches at Miami (15 on Oct. 15; 10 on Oct. 16)…Hit at 30 percent or better in matches at Georgia Tech (.348 on Oct. 7) and at Miami (.300 on Oct. 15)…Recorded three blocks apiece in FSU’s last two matches at Miami.

2019 - JUNIOR SEASON (Florida State):

Consistent presence on the outside in her first season at Florida State…named to the All-ACC Second Team…finished third on the team with 206 kills, 80 blocks and a .259 hitting percentage…had a career day against her former team, recording 16 kills and a .500 hitting percentage against No. 3 Minnesota on August 31 as the Seminoles swept the Gophers…tallied 11 kills and just one attack error on September 6 in a win against FAU…had 10 kills, a block and two digs on the road at TCU…finished with five kills and five blocks at home versus Alabama on September 20…opened ACC play with six kills and three blocks on September 27 at Duke…posted a .375 hitting percentage with eight kills at Wake Forest…recorded seven blocks, including one solo, along with seven kills against No. 4 Pitt on October 6…had nine kills at a .500 clip on October 20 against Syracuse, along with four blocks…did not commit an attack error at Clemson on October 27, finishing with eight kills and four blocks in the four-set win…recorded a career-high eight blocks on the road at High Point, along with 12 kills as FSU topped the Panthers in five sets…posted a .484 hitting percentage with 18 kills on November 17 against North Carolina…tallied 11 kills, five blocks and four digs on the road at Miami to close out the regular season.

2018 - SOPHOMORE SEASON (Minnesota):

Academic All-Big Ten selection • hit .385 and had 11 kills against Florida State and had four blocks • had 26 kills, hit .458 and had six blocks during the Diet Coke Classic • had four kills in nine attempts and a block assist in the win over Maryland • saw action in the Northwestern match and had one kill in three attempts • had two digs against Nebraska (10/20) • saw action in the Michigan match and had one block • added a kill in the win over Wisconsin (10/31/18) • saw action in the Ohio State win.

2017 - FRESHMAN SEASON (Minnesota):

Saw action in 87 sets and played in 29 matches during her freshman season • had 170 kills and averaged 1.95 kills per set • played in both matches during the Big Ten/ACC and had nine kills and five blocks (Aug. 25/26) • made her collegiate debut in the 3-0 win over North Carolina (Aug. 25) • had nine kills and hit .421 in the 3-0 win over UTSA • averaged 2.33 kills per set and 21 kills during the American Campus Classic, including 11 against Texas • saw action in five sets during the Boise State Classic • had 13 kills and 33 attempts against Iowa • had a career-best 17 kills in the five-set win over Wisconsin • hit .400 and had 10 kills in the 3-0 win over Michigan and later named Big Ten Freshman of the Week • had nine kills and two blocks in the Ohio State win • hit .312 and had six kills against Rutgers • had 12 kills in the wins over Maryland and Ohio State • hit .667 and had eight kills in the win over Indiana • saw action in NCAA tournament during the Southern California match.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB:

Played for Hopkins High School and Minnesota Select Volleyball • Second Team Under Armour All-American • ranked 16 overall in Prepvolleyball.com Senior Aces • starter with Hopkins since eighth grade • four-year all-conference honoree • after missing most of 2015 due to an injury, came back and became a 2016 all-state and first team all-metro selection • voted the team’s best offensive player for four seasons • averaged 6.0 kills per set and is hitting .416 her senior year • helped Hopkins to an undefeated conference championship year • Ms. Baden Volleyball finalist • Prepvolleyball.com and MaxPreps All-American • finished her club career with Minnesota Select Volleyball • 2014 USAV and AAU national champion with Northern Lights • 2016 USAV national champion and AAU runner-up with Minnesota Select.

PERSONAL:

  • Parents: Daughter of Tracey and Tracy Martin.
  • Major: Interdisciplinary Social Science.
  • Sibling: Has an older sister, Jade.
  • Family Ties: Her Mom, Tracey, played basketball at Moorhead State (MN)…Dad, Tracy, played football at North Dakota and went on to play professionally in the NFL (NY Jets, Pittsburgh) and in the CFL.
  • What National Day do you love to celebrate? National Coffee Day.
  • What current issue do you follow the most? The Black Lives Matter movement.
  • Outside of volleyball, what is a career aspiration you have? Event planning, hospitality and owning a Dunkin’ Donuts franchise.
  • What might be the single-most interesting thing about you? I am a major foodie. I like to try as many new food places as I possibly can!
  • During the COVID-19 pandemic, what has life been like for you? Crazy and pretty much out of my control. I try to stay positive and take things day by day.
  • If you wrote an autobiography, what would the title be? Pretty in Pink.
  • How has volleyball shaped your life? I have met some of my lifelong friends, learned incredibly valuable lessons, and have grown into a strong and resilient women all from this amazing sport.
  • What shows are you streaming/watching these days? The Good Witch, Selling Sunset
  • What are some of your favorite songs/artists? Favorite artist is Mariah Carey and I pretty much love any r&b music.
  • What does being a Seminole mean to you? It means the world to me. Since becoming a Seminole I have made amazing friends and connections that I know will last. The sports culture and pride here is so rich and there is honestly no place like it! I will forever remember my time attending school and playing volleyball at FSU, and am proud to call myself a lifelong Seminole!