Played and started in all 30 matches as a setter in a 5-2 system... led the team with 804 assists, and was second on the tam in digs with 275...recorded a season-high 44 assists against No. 1 Texas (8/31/13)... recorded 12 double-doubles (assists-digs)...recorded 37 assists against Illinois (9/7/13)... recorded 36 assists against BYU (12/23/13)... recorded 42 assists against Loyola Marymount (10/3/13)...recorded a season-high 18 digs twice, once against Eastern Washington (9/14/13), and the other against Santa Clara (11/7/13)...helped lead USD to the best season in program history, as USD defeated No. 1 USC, then moved up to No. 2 in the national polls, marking highest ranking for any team in USD division I history...she helped lead USD to the WCC championship...helped lead USD into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
Played in 22 matches as a setter for the Toreros...helped the team capture a share of the 2012 WCC Championship, and earn an at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament...she recorded 280 assists, and has 162 digs...recorded four double-doubles...recorded a season high 20 digs against San Francisco (10/18/12)...recorded a season-high 26 assists on two separate occasions, once against Notre Dame (9/8/12) and the other against San Diego State (11/14/12)...recorded 25 assists against BYU (11/17/12)...recorded double-doubles against Saint Mary's (10/20/12), Pepperdine (11/3/12), Portland (11/8/12), and against BYU (11/17/12).
Played in 30 matches with nine starts as a setter for the Toreros...recorded 403 assists, and racked up 165 digs...recorded a career-high 52 assists and a career-high 17 digs for a double-double against Saint Mary's (10/13/11)...recorded 46 assists and had 13 digs for a double-double in a win against Gonzaga (10/8/11)...recorded five double-doubles...recorded 33 assists against Gonzaga (11/3/11)...recorded 20 or more assists on six occasions...helped lead the Toreros into the second round of the NCAA Tournament... helped lead the team to the best overall record in program history at 28-5.
Played three years of varsity volleyball Saint Joseph's High School and her senior season at Huntington Beach High School...as a senior at HBH, she was named first-team All-CIF Division I-AA, and also named first-team All-Sunset League...in a CIF playoff game, she recorded 66 assists, had 22 digs and three blocks...she was also named the MVP of the Malbourgh Tournament as a senior...she was named two-time second-team All-CIF Division II while at Saint Joseph's High School as a sophomore and junior...she was also a three-time first-team All-Del Rey League while at St. Joseph's...played club volleyball for TCA Huntington Beach...she helped her team win a silver medal at the junior national's and was selected first-team All-Tournament in 2009.
Jianna Ranae Bonomi was born on August 2, 1993 in Long Beach, Calif....she is the daughter of Joel Bonomi and Stephanie Bonomi-Briceno...was also recruited by UC Santa Barbara, Arizona, Miami, Hawaii, and George Washington...chose to attend USD because the university fully embraces everything that she loves: God, competitive athletics, and a great educational program...athletics runs in her family as her sister, Justyn, played volleyball at UC Irvine...her mother Stephanie Bonomi-Briceno was the first NAIA Volleyball MVP in 1980 and was a three-time All American while playing at Azusa Pacific, and she is a member of the APU Hall of Fame...her step father, Carlos Briceno, played volleyball at Hawaii and was a three-time All American, and a member, and teammate of USD Associate Head Coach Brent Hilliard, on the United States National Volleyball Team that won a Bronze Medal in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
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