5 - Jenna Way
Jenna Way
Height: 5-6
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Charlevoix, Mich.
High School: Charlevoix
Position: Setter

2012 Season (Freshman): Redshirted.

Prior To Ferris State: Wrapped up her prep senior campaign at Charlevoix High School and is a four-time all-state honoree . . . Continues a longstanding family tradition at Ferris State.  She is the granddaughter of former FSU Athletic Director and Bulldog Athletics Hall of Fame member Dean Davenport.  Her mother, Chris, was a two-sport varsity athlete at Ferris State and later served as a volunteer assistant coach in the FSU program before becoming head volleyball coach at fellow Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) member Michigan Tech from 1981-84 . . . Additionally, her uncle Terry designed the current Bulldog mascot logo as a Ferris State student in the 1980's and her aunt, Jodi, was a tennis player and captain of the first Ferris Pom Pom squad . . . A four-year starting setter, Way served as a team captain for three-straight seasons and was both a four-time all-conference and all-region selection . . . She also attained all-region dream team accolades throughout her prep career . . . As a senior, she led the Rayders to the program's first-ever regional crown and a trip to the state semifinals . . . Her older sister, Sumer, played volleyball for four years in the GLIAC at Hillsdale College while her other sister, Aubrey, was the first-ever Charlevoix High School graduate to move on to collegiate volleyball when she played at Cornerstone . . . In her prep career, she attained all-tournament team recognition more than 10 times and played nearly every minute of every match over her four years except for a single play in one game as a senior . . . Holds virtually every Charlevoix setting record . . . The two-time first team all-state recipient also competed in tennis, track and basketball.

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