Brooke Jelniker Photo Gallery
Played in all 33 games with 18 starts as both a guard and post player for the Toreros...averaged 4.4 ppg, while recording 25 steals, 41 assists and she shot .377 from the field...scored a career-high 14 points in a win over Long Beach State (12/13/13)...scored 12 points in a win against San Diego State (11/18/13)...scored 11 points in a win against Saint Mary's (1/2/14)...scored 11 points in a loss to San Francisco (2/6/14)...scored 10 points in a win against Loyola Marymount (2/19/14)...recorded a career-high 12 rebounds against San Francisco (2/6/14)...recorded 11 rebounds in a win against Pepperdine (12/28/13)...helped lead USD to a program record 15-0 start, best start for any USD athletic team in the division I era...helped lead USD to its first ever national ranking at No. 24...helped lead USD to its third consecutive 20-win season, and helped team post second most wins in program history with 24...helped lead USD into the Sweet 16 of the WNIT.
Played in 27 games as a shooting guard for the Toreros...scored 43 total points, while shooting .295 form the field...helped the team post a second consecutive 20-win season, and helped the team reach the second round of the WNIT...scored a career-high nine points against Gonzaga (1/3/13)...scored seven points on 3-of-5 shooting against Air Force (12/1/12)...scored six points on two separate occasions, once against Boise State (11/30/12) and the other against Pepperdine (2/11/13).
Took a redshirt season due to NCAA Transfer rules.
Played at the University of Kansas and competed in 17 games with three starts for the 21-13 Jayhawks...she turned in a personal-best eight point, five rebound, two assist performance against Maine (12/1/10)...she held a 3.9 grade-point average and was named to both the KU Athletic Directors Honor Roll and The Big 12 Commissioner Honor Roll...additionally, she was an Executive member of the KU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
A 2010 graduate of Thunder Ridge High School in Highlands Ranch, Colo., where she earned four letters in basketball ... Named First Team All-Conference in basketball following both her junior and senior seasons ... A 2010 McDonald's All-American nominee, Jelniker averaged 15.3 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.4 blocks, 2.5 steals per game and 2.7 assists per game in her senior season at TRHS ... She eclipsed the 1,000 points scoring mark on February 16, with a career-best 34-point scoring effort ... Earned All-State honors by the Colorado High School Coaches Association ... Named team captain for her senior campaign and was the top scoring Grizzly on the season ... Named to the Denver Post's 2010 All Colorado Team ... Chosen to play in the Denver Nuggets' Show All-Star Game and the Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports All-State Game ... Rated the 19th best small forward by HoopGurlz.com and the 45th best prospect overall on GregSwaim.com ... Averaged 14 points, six rebounds, two blocks and two steals per game as a junior ... Was selected to attend the 2008 Nike Skills Academy ... Coached by Bill Bradley at TRHS ... Also had an outstanding high school academic career ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and a two-time member of the Academic All-State Team ... Presented with an honor cord for her academic and community service efforts at Thunder Ridge High School's graduation.
Daughter of Kelly and Mitch Jelniker ... Born in Oklahoma ... Has one brother, Ryan Jelniker (21) ... Grandfather, Duane Harm, played football at Wisconsin.
2017 Football Season Preview
Head Coach Dale Lindsey and Senior Ray Clark discuss upcoming season
Celebration of Excellence 2017
Check out the end of the year COE boat cruise with student-athletes, coaches and staff
USD Athletics Highlight Video 2016-17
Don't miss the best highlights from this past year in USD Athletics
President for a Day
USD President Harris switched places with Track & Cross Country Senior Olivia Gonzalez
Torero Timeout with Olivia Sandusky
Walk down the beach with softball senior Olivia Sandusky on a Torero Timeout
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Jamal Agnew was drafted in the fifth round as the #165 pick to the Lions