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Jocelyn Hobbs
Jocelyn Hobbs

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Rexburg, Idaho

High School:
Sugar-Salem

Last College:
Western Wyoming

Height:
6-2

Position:
Middle Blocker

Experience:
JC

08/23/2012

Third-Annual USU Volleyball Invitational Sponsored By Gossner Foods Tips Off Friday

Aggies Open 2012 Season And Tournament Action Friday At 10 a.m.

08/22/2012

USU Volleyball Opens 2012 Season By Hosting Third-Annual Utah State Invitational

Aggies Kick Off Season By Hosting Portland, Southern Utah, Utah And Weber State

08/21/2012

Utah State Volleyball 2012 Season Outlook

New Look To Conference Doesn't Change Utah State's Goals For 2012

08/20/2012

Blue-White Scrimmage On Tap Tuesday For USU Volleyball

Former Aggie Players Annette Cottle And Denae Mohlman Pruden Guest Coaching

08/16/2012

USU Volleyball Scrimmaging Saturday

Coach DuBose Putting Squad Through First Match Action

08/21/2012

Utah State Volleyball - Blue & White

Utah State Volleyball - Blue & White

Comes to USU after two seasons at Western Wyoming Community College, where she helped the Mustangs to a 39-3 record and a runner-up finish at the 2011 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Championships after finishing third in 2010. In her two-year career at Western Wyoming, she helped the Mustangs to a 79-9 two-year record, including 28-0 in region play winning back-to-back region titles. Ostermiller was named to the 2011 NJCAA Region IX all-Tournament team.

Ostermiller averaged 0.81 blocks per set for her WWCC career, including leading the Mustangs with 0.85 bps in 2011 with a team-leading total of 111 total blocks (21 solo, 90 block assists), finishing her career with 132 total blocks (29 solo, 103 block assists). She added 1.88 kills per set in 2011 with 244 total kills, ending with a career 1.77 kps average with 286 total kills.

Off the court, Ostermiller was an academic all-conference and all-region honoree as well as earning NJCAA Superior Academic Achievement and Exemplary Academic Achievement awards.

At Suger-Salem HS, Ostermiller led the Diggers to the 2007 and 2008 Idaho State Championships, before a fourth-place finish in 2009. She earned first-team Post Register all-area and first-team all-conference honors. Ostermiller also played basketball at SSHS, helping them to the 2009 state title after a placing third in 2008. She was a two-time honor roll selection as well as a high honor roll selection, and was also the senior class vice president. Ostermiller played club volleyball for the Bonneville Volleyball Club 18's Team.

Ostermiller intends on majoring in social work at USU. She is the daughter of Jared and Tammy Ostermiller, and has four siblings. She married Mark Hobbs on July 28, 2012.

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