Jasmine Eatmon
Jasmine  Eatmon

RS Senior

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

High School:
Los Osos HS





Ninety-Seven UGA Student-Athletes to Graduate Friday

Ninety-Seven UGA Student-Athletes to Graduate Friday


Volleyball Finishes 2015 Season Falling 3-0 At UT

Jasmine Eatmon finished the night with a team-best nine kills.


Georgia Drops 3-0 Match At No. 24 Kentucky

Megan Spencer and Jasmine Eatmon led the Bulldog offense with seven kills each.


Bulldogs Conclude Season Vs. Cats, Vols

Georgia faces No. 24 Kentucky on Wednesday and Tennessee on Friday.


Solid Outings For Eatmon, Lobenstein Vs. MSU

Jasmine Eatmon closed out her Ramsey Center career with nine kills, three blocks and an ace.


Volleyball Holds First Practice of 2015

Coach Stemke, Jasmine Eatmon and Caroline Ostman talk about the first practice of Georgia volleyball's 2015 season.

Career: Concludes her career with 734 kills, a .308 hitting clip and 350 blocks in 434 sets played...Her .308 hitting percentage is seventh while her 302 block assists are 10th in Georgia's all-time career records.

Played and started in all 30 matches...Finished the year second on the team with .235 hitting clip and 76 blocks...Was third on the team with 12 service aces, notching a streak of six-straight matches with an ace...Totaled 155 kills, as she was the team leader in kills in each of the last four matches...Had seven kills and four blocks against Memphis...Put up eight kills and three blocks versus Georgia Tech...Added six kills and five blocks in five-set contest against LSU...Notched career-high 10 blocks and three aces versus Ole Miss...Hit .571 with eight kills and four blocks against Alabama...Posted nine kills and three blocks on Senior Day against Mississippi State...Hit .636 at No. 24 Kentucky before closing season with nine kills at Tennessee.

Played in 28 matches, making 27 starts...Third on the team with 226 kills...Averaged 2.05 kills per set...Registered a .396 attack percentage for the season...Tallied nine service aces...Second on the team with 97 blocks...Averaged 0.88 blocks per set...Posted a career-best nine blocks against Missouri...Recorded a career-best 16 kills against Arkansas...Hit at a .818 clip against Tennessee...Hit over .300 in 19 matches...Recorded an attack efficiency of .400 or better in 14 matches...Finished the regular-season ranked fifth in the SEC in hitting percentage...Led or tied for the team lead in blocks 10 times.

2013: Played in all 32 matches and in 115 sets this season...Recorded 198 kills this season...Hit at a team-best .333 percentage...Averaged 1.72 kills per set...Recorded 15 aces...Second on the team in blocks with 78...Averaging 0.68 blocks per set...Had five double-digit kill performances this season...Led or tied for the team lead in blocks nine times this season...Was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 28...Recorded a seaosn-best 12 kills against Missouri...Hit at a .727 clip against UNC Greensboro.

2012: Appeared in and started all 30 matches...Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team...Earned SEC Freshman of the Week Honors twice...Finished with 155 kills and an attack percentage of .253...Was second on the team in blocks with 99, including 14 solo blocks, for an average of 0.88 blocks per set...Tallied 14 service aces, recorded 12 assists and 75 digs...Recorded a career-best 11 kills against Ole Miss and Missouri...Finished with 10 kills against Albany...Hit over .400 eight times, including an .688 (11-for-16) performance against Missouri...Career-high eight blocks came against LSU...Finished with two solo blocks against LSU and Kentucky...Finished with a career-best six digs against Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.

2011: Redshirted.

High School/Club: Four-year letter winner from Los Osos High School...As a senior, served as team captain and helped Grizzlies go 28-5 and earn a Baseline League Championship as she was named league MVP, First-Team All-CIF and was the Southern California Division IA leader with a 60.9 kill percentage and a 50.4 hitting percentage...Scholar-Athlete throughout her career at LOHS, helped Grizzlies reach the CIF quarter finals in both 2008 and 2010...Named 2010 Ayala Tournament MVP, 2010 Los Osos Tournament MVP and selected to 2010 All-Inland Valley First Team...Also played for Rancho Valley Volleyball Club and was named to the all-tournament team when her team earned the 2010 USA Girls Volleyball Junior National Championship 18-Open silver medal.

Personal: Daughter of Curtis III and Kim Eatmon...Has a brother, Curtis Eatmon IV, who played collegiate basketball for Utah, Detroit and Biola...She is a cousin of NFL Hall of Famer Jerry Rice...Born July 24, 1993...Majoring in human development.

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