Former Trinidad State Setter Headed to Jackson State for 2018

  0 Derek Johnson | July 12th, 2018 | College - Women's Indoor, College Recruiting, College Transfers, Division I Mid-Major, News, NJCAA

Jackson State has made a signing/transfer addition from Trinidad State in the form of Priscilla Sanchez, a 5’8″ setter and defensive specialist/libero. Sanchez will be a junior come the fall season with two years left of play and will have immediate eligibility.

A native of El Paso, Texas, Sanchez spent her last two seasons with the Trojans. In her most recent campaign as a sophomore, Sanchez notched 667 assists (5.21 per set), 339 digs (2.65 per set), 148 kills (1.16 per set), 37 blocks (0.29 per set) and 16 aces (0.13 per set). Her season-high of 44 assists came against Pratt Community College on September 1. One match later she had her second highest output of 42 assists to go with 12 digs against Clarendon College.

In 2016 as a freshman, Sanchez appeared in 118 sets and totaled 443 assists (3.75 per set), 121 digs (1.03 per set), 26 kills (0.22 per set), 14 aces (0.12 per set) and four blocks. She has been coached by Melissa Hardman.

Prior to her time at the junior college level, Sanchez played with El Paso High School.

Jackson State is coming off of an 8-26 season in which they went 7-11 as a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC).

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