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Jun 09, 2020

Clemson Adds Moore to Class of 2020

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Clemson Adds Moore to Class of 2020

CLEMSON, S.C. – Clemson Volleyball Head Coach Michaela Franklin announced the addition of setter Jenna Moore to the Tigers’ 2020 recruiting class. Moore joins an incoming class that was tabbed the No. 24 recruiting class in the nation, according to PrepVolleyball.com.

“We are thrilled to have Jenna join our Clemson Volleyball Family,” said Franklin. “Jenna will help provide depth at our setting position and help our gym continue to become elite. Her strengths are her natural athleticism, which allows her to do some things as a setter most cannot. When you watch her play, her passion, drive, work ethic, competitive spirit and ability to be a great teammate are inspiring and motivating. Our staff is looking forward to coaching her and having her be a part of our program.”

Moore attended Mauldin High School in Greenville, South Carolina, where she guided the Mavericks to back-to-back South Carolina Upper State tournament appearances in 2017 and 2018. Moore, who graduated in the top-10 percent of her class was a four-year member of the Mavericks’ varsity squad and helped them earn four straight 5A Region championships. Her senior year, Moore tallied over 1,000 assists and was tabbed the 5A/4A North All-Star MVP in 2019. She also received All-Region honors during her junior and senior seasons and Team MVP this past season.

“There are no words to describe the excitement that I have for this opportunity to pursue my academic and athletic career for such a special program,” said Moore. “I love Coach Franklin’s philosophy of ‘Championship Behavior’ and her goals for this growing program. I am ecstatic that I was chosen to be a part of a program with such a bright future and I cannot wait to learn and grow under such an experienced coaching staff.”

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Photos courtesy of Greenville News/Josh Morgan

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