Women's Volleyball

Jamie Mueller
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Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Richfield, Wis.

High School:
Hartford

Height:
5-10

Position:
OH

Birthdate:
12/20/1984

Experience:
2L

Jamie Mueller


2005 (Junior) : Dabbled between libero and outside hitter early in the season, wearing the different colored jersey in nine matches posting eight of nine matches of 10 more digs. Dug a then season high 21 digs on two different occasions at Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia. Topped her season high digs number with 26 at Wis. -Milwaukee. Saw her first game back as an outside hitter against IUP UI and played most of the conference slate on the outside. Nailed a season high number of kills at St. John's with 26 and added 16 digs for another double double performance. Tallied 16 double doubles on the season including a stretch of five consecutive matches of double doubles. Was named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll for her performance on November 14 after recording back-to-back matches of double figured kills slamming 23 against the Cardinals and 10 against the Bearcats, while hitting 34.2 and 33.3 percent, respectively. The junior outside hitter notched her 12th double double of the season adding 14 digs at Cincinnati. Topped 1,000 career digs on Nov. 12 at Louisville. Ended the season with 423 digs putting her fourth on the single season list and has 1050 for her career which also puts her fourth on the all-time list. Represented Marquette at the YES Clinic at the 2005 NCAA Volleyball Championships with teammate Jenn Brown.

2004 (Sophomore): Midway through her sophomore season, Mueller moved from the back row to outside hitter and into the starting lineup and shined. Through the first 12 matches of the season, Mueller had only 20 kills, but matched that total in her first two appearances as outside hitter, logging 10 against DePaul (Oct. 8) and 10 against USF (Oct. 15). She continued her stellar play on the outside, smashing 14 kills against UAB (Oct. 15) and 10 against Houston (Oct. 22). After a pair of eight kill matches, she finished the season with six matches of at least 10 kills in the last eight. She posted a season-best 16 kills against Cincinnati (Nov. 22) in the C-USA Semifinals. She recorded eight double-doubles, having 14 matches with 10 or more digs. She had a season best 19 digs in her first match as outside hitter against DePaul (Oct. 8).

2003 (Freshman): Mueller was a bright spot on the front row early before spending the bulk of her season as the Libero. She had 17 double-figure dig matches. Five of her first seven matches resulted in double-figure digs. She combined for three double-doubles, including one of two 20-20 matches. She shot out of the gate early with 11 kills and eight digs in her collegiate debut against Texas A&M (Aug. 29) and blossomed against Duke (Aug. 30). It was against the Blue Devils where she had her 22-kill, 21-dig match. The 22 kills represent a career best. She hit 31.4 percent against Pittsburgh, having 13 kills and 12 digs. After a nine-kill performance against Gonzaga (Sept. 19), she only had 18 attacks the rest of the year. Two matches after being moved to Libero full time, she played stellar floor defense against Montana State (Sept. 20), logging a career best 27 digs. She also recorded dig totals of 19 against Cincinnati (Oct. 3) and 23 against Tulane (Oct. 17). She finished the season with 343 digs, second best on the team, and 3.09 digs per game, third best on the squad.

Prior to Marquette: Mueller earned four letters in volleyball at Hartford Union High School where she was coached by Terry Wick. A Fourth-Team All-State honoree as selected by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel her senior year, Mueller was a three-time selection to both conference and county teams during her volleyball career. She concluded her prep career as the school's all-time leader in attacks (1,337) and digs (1,306) while claiming the no. 2 spot in service aces (125). She finished with the top four seasonal marks in attacks at Hartford and three of the top four efforts in digs. She played club volleyball for the Milwaukee Sting and captured All-America recognition after helping that team to a second--place finish in the U-17 open division during the 2002 AAU tournament. Mueller served as her club team's captain for two years Additionally, she lettered four times in basketball and was selected as the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference Player of the Year in 2002-03. She earned all-county honors on three occasions.

Personal:Born December 20, 1984, Mueller, is the daughter of Lou and Darlene Mueller. She is majoring in business. She was her high school class president as a freshman and sophomore and was in the National Honor Society as a senior.

Mueller's Career Stats

Year
MP-GP
K
E
TA
KPG
Pct.
Ast.
APG
SA-SE
RE
Digs
DPG
BS-BA
BPG
BE
BHE
Pts.
2003
29-111
99
56
312
0.89
13.8
23
0.21
7-10
23
343
3.09
1-13
0.13
1
6
113.5
2004
27-94
180
72
480
1.91
22.5
52
0.55
13-26
11
204
3.23
6-27
0.35
3
1
199.5
2005
30-114
321
121
834
2.82
24.0
41
0.63
18-13
30
423
3.71
9-26
0.31
5
3
361.0
Totals
86-319
600
249
1626
1.88
21.6
116
0.63
38-49
74
1070
3.35
16-66
0.26
9
10
674.0
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