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AVCA Under Armour Girls High School All-America Teams
Chloe Collins (Cy-Woods HS) was named First Team All-America,
Jenelle Jordan (Bellaire HS) was named Second Team All-American
Victoria Arenas was named Honorable Mention All-America
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Congrats to ’14 ds/libero, Kelly Stewart on her commitment to Auburn! 17 elite

Prepvolleyball’s Top 100 in the Country!
Chloe #10 and Jenelle #17

Chloe CollinsSenior Ace Chloe Collins

10. Chloe Collins, 5-7 S, Cypress Woods (Cypress, Texas), Houston Juniors — Texas

At only 5-7, Collins is someone you might walk by in the hallway without even noticing, but when you walk by her court she’ll make you double and triple take as she leaps above the net saving passes at an altitude that most 6-0 setters can only dream to attain. After she has your attention, you won’t want to leave after she springs off the floor and crushes a perfect pass to the floor with her lightning-quick left arm. And just when you think it couldn’t possibly get any better, Collins will fly across the court making an unbelievable defensive play that will cause you such pause that you will find yourself secretly cheering for her team to win. Collins is the whole package. Off the court, her beaming smile beckons all and she knows how to balance being an athlete with academics, personal relationships and family. On the court, Collins is fiercely competitive, a great leader and is always working to turn weaknesses into strengths and strengths into “Oh no she didn’t!!” Collins is the rare undersized player who can take over a match and dominate it. A former member of the USA Youth National Team and a prep starter since her freshman year, Collins is an athletic sparkplug the Texas Longhorns will not be able to keep off the court.

Jenelle JordanSenior Ace Jenelle Jordan

17. Jenelle Jordan, 6-2 MB, Bellaire (Texas), Houston Juniors – California

An absolute stud athletically, Jordan has explosive jumping power combined with great transitional and lateral speed.  Very good off of two feet in front of the setter, Jordan contacts the ball at a height well above most other middles in her class. Jordan can be a dominating blocker with the ability to penetrate the net and intimidate even when the ball eludes her reach. She also has developed a very good jump float that is a point-scoring weapon.  Late to the game, Jordan has all the tools to become a collegiate force at the net blocking and hitting and has a body that will get even stronger as she trains in college. A very hard worker with a can-do attitude, Jordan should be on the court early at California Berkeley, where she has committed.

Prepvolleyball’s “The 150”
Miranda Rogers – Rice
Victoria Arenas – Texas A&M

AVCA Under Armour All-American Watch List

Victoria Arenas 5’7 DS Cypress Woods High School Houston TX Houston Juniors Texas A&M
Chloe Collins 5’7 S Cypress Woods High School Houston TX Houston Juniors VBC Texas
Tabitha Elder 5’10 RS/OH Klein Forest High School Houston TX Houston Juniors St. Edwards
Marisa Guzman 5’7 OH/L Cypress Woods High School Houston TX Houston Juniors Houston
Jenelle Jordan 6’2 MB Bellaire High School Bellaire TX Houston Juniors California
Miranda Rogers 6’1 OH/MB Bellaire High School Bellaire TX Houston Juniors Rice University

AVCA Phenom List

Mylan “Mimi” Eugene 5’11 OH 2014 Cy Falls High School Houston TX Houston Juniors LSU
Madison McDaniel 6’0 S 2014 Atascocita High School Houston TX Houston Juniors VBC
Morgan Miller 6’0 OH 2015 Magnolia High School Magnolia TX Houston Juniors VBC
Samantha Sellars 6’0 MB 2014 Magnolia High School Magnolia TX Houston Juniors VBC
Patricia Van Pelt 6’2 RS/B 2014 Cypres Falls High School Houston TX Houston Juniors VBC
Rachel Warner 5’10 OH 2014 Burton High School Burton TX Houston Juniors VBC

HJV was named #4 club in Texas by
Qualified teams listed; teams earning gold medals in bold; silver and bronze medals underlined; Tour, Lone Star, JVA and AAU gold medal in parenthesis.

O = Open; CN = Club National; CA = Club American

1.Texas Advantage – 43 points
18O, 17O, 16O, 15O, 14O, 17CN, 12CN, 16CA, 14CA, 13CA, (5)

T2. Dallas Skyline – 38 points
18O, 17O, 16O, 16O, 15O, 14O, 13CN, 12CN, 14CA. (3)

T2. Madfrog – 38 points
16O, 14O14O, 16CN, 13CN, 12CN, 17CA, 15CA, 13CA, 12CA, (3)

4. Houston Juniors – 24 points
18O, 17O, 16O, 14O, 15CN, 15CA, 13CA, (3)

5. Alamo – 19 points
18O, 16CN13CN, 12CN, 17CA

6. Woodlands Wave – 18 points
15O, 16CN, 13CN, 12C, 17CA, 14CA, (2)

T7. Austin Juniors -15 points
18O, 14O, 17CN, 18CA, 15CA, 13CA, (1)

T7. Texas Tornados – 15 points
16O, 12CN, 16CA, 15CA, 13CA

9. AVA – 14 points
18O, 17O, 14CN, 18CA

10. Dallas Premier – 12 points
17O, 16O, 15O

ESPN Vype Magazine All Greater
Houston 2012 Pre-Season Team

Victoria Arenas – 17 Elite (Texas A&M University) * Chloe Collins – 17 Elite (University of Texas) * Mylan Eugene – 16 Elite (LSU) * Marissa Guzman – 17 Elite (University of Houston) * Janelle Jordan – 17 Elite (Cal University) * Madison McDaniel – 16 Elite

Houston Juniors earns 7 bids to Junior Nationals!
13 Elite – 13 American
14 Elite – 14 Open
15 National – 15 American & 2nd Place finish at Northern Lights
15 Elite – National Bid
16 Elite – 16 Open & Lone Star Classic 16 Open Winner
17 Elite – Open Bid
18 Elite – 18 Open