12 Jackie Oliveira
12 Jackie Oliveira
Height: 6-3
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Minas Gerais, Brazil
Position: RS
Previous School: UNORP
Sport: 2L

Senior (2008)
Earned Summit League all-academic honors... Was named Summit League Offensive Player of the Week twice this season, once for the week ending Sept. 1 and again for the week ending Sept. 13... Was named the most valuable player at the Sun Bowl Invitational hosted by UTEP... Posted 12 kills in 3-0 win against NJIT and 10 kills in 3-0 victory versus Butler on Aug. 29... Tallied six double-doubles on the year, first in 3-2 win against Tulsa on Sept. 4 with 12 kills and 11 digs... Posted 18 kills and 13 digs in 1-3 loss against Fordham on Sept. 5... Set a season-high 24 kills and a career-high seven block assists in 3-2 win over Penn on Sept. 12... Registered third double-double with 15 kills and 13 digs in 2-3 loss at Florida International on Sept. 13... Set a season-high 18 digs to go along with 10 kills in 3-1 victory at South Dakota State on Sept. 19... Tallied 15 kills in 3-0 sweep over Oakland on Sept. 26... Sat out a portion of the season with an injury...  Posted fifth double-double with 16 kills and 15 digs in 2-3 loss against North Dakota State on Nov. 15... Also added a double-double (16 kills, 13 digs) in 3-1 win versus IPFW on Nov. 21 to help ORU advance to the championship match of the Summit League Tournament... Tallied 20 kills and nine digs in the 1-3 loss against NDSU in the Summit League Championship match... Led the team and finished fifth in the conference and 47th nationally with 3.19 kills per set... Also averaged 2.62 digs per set which ranked third on the squad... Finished her career at ORU ranking, fourth all-time in attack attempts (3,364), fifth in kills (1,348), sixth in kills per set (3.46), eighth in both digs (996) and block assists (209) and 10th in total blocks (224).

Junior (2007)
Earned first-team All-Summit League honors after finishing the season leading the conference in kills per game (4.52)...  Named to the academic All-Summit League team... Led the 2007 team in kills (520) and attack attempts (1,312)...  Climbed to No. 7 all-time in the ORU record books for kills with 1,116 kills over a three-year period, No. 6 in kills per game (3.53 per game) and No. 8 in attempts with (2,786)...  Tallied 22 double-double performances throughout the season to go along with 29 double-digit kill matches...  Named the Mizuno Invitational I tournament MVP for her 47 kill, 41 dig performance over the weekend (9/24-9/25)...  Posted double-double performances against Lamar (9/24, 2-3 loss) and Rice (9/25, 3-2 win (Lamar: 19 kills, 15 digs; Rice: 14 kills, 18 digs))...   Earned second-straight all-tournament honor at the PowerAde/Asics Classic...  Collected her fourth double-double of the season in the 3-1 win versus Eastern Washington on Sept. 1, registering 23 kills (tying her career-high) and 11 digs...  Set a new career-high in kills with 26 in the 3-1 win against Stetson on Sept. 7...  Registered seven-straight double-doubles twice in the season, once from Sept. 8 to Sept. 28 and again from Oct. 26 to Nov. 10...  Finished the Western Illinois match with 23 kills and 24 digs, setting a new career-high in digs.

Sophomore (2006)

Was No. 2 on the ORU kills per game behind Ori Zuzic with a 2.83 average...  Named to the  Mid-Con second-team  for her efforts throughout the season...  Named to the 2006-07 Mid-Continent Conference Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence... Had the hot hand against Missouri State on Oct. 3 , registering 12 kills  on 15 attacks to hit a match-high .800 for 3-0 win...  She also had a part in seven of the team’s 15.5 blocks...  Earned Mid-Con Offensive Player of the Week honors for her efforts against Missouri State...  Led ORU with 13 kills off 17 attempts in the 3-0 victory over UMKC on 10/13...  Finished the regular-season by chipping in 14 kills and a pair of blocks while hitting a team-best .500 in a 3-1 win over UMKC (11/11)...  Hit a match-high .565 against Oklahoma in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...  Finished the season as No. 2 on the season kill list with 229 and No. 3 on attempts with 675... Finished third in the Mid-Con with a .331 hitting percentage.

Freshman (2005)
Quickly became the team’s  No. 2 offensive threat in her first season as a Golden Eagle... Played in all 32 matches, with action in 123 games ...   Averaged 3.11 kills, 3.07 digs, and 0.50 service aces en route to earning Mid-Con all-freshman team honors... Academic all-conference selection...  Ranked in the league’s Top 10 for both services aces (7th) and kills (8th)...  Finished second on the team in kills and digs...  Recorded double digit kills 22  times and had 21 matches of 10+ digs... Had 14 double-double outings, including three in the season’s last four matches...  Named to the all-tournament team at the Mid-Con tournament, the Hilton Albuquerque Classic, as well as the T.J. Sales/Dr. Mary Jo Wynn Invitational...  Finished the season with a 17-kill, 16 dig performance in the Mid-Con title match (11/20)...  Recorded 23 kills and 19 digs while hitting .378 in a 3-1 win over Western Illinois (11/19) in the tourney’ semifinal round...  Led ORU to a 3-0 win over North Texas (10/20) with 15 kills and 12 digs...  Season high 21 digs came in a 3-2 home victory over Valparaiso (10/14)...  Registered a double-double (16 kills, 17 digs) in the Golden Eagles’ come-from-behind win at IUPUI (10/7)...  Hit a season best .474 during a sweep of North Dakota State (9/25)...  Set a season-high with 23 markers at New Mexico (9/16)...  Registered her first career double-double with 13 kills and 20 digs against Stony Brook (9/3)...  Had a solid outing in her first collegiate contest, totaling 14 kills while hitting .344 against Texas Tech (9/2). 

High School
Attended Escola Integral in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Full name is Jacqueline Araujo de Olivera ...  Daughter of Creuza Aparecida de Araujo Oliveira and Valter Vaz de Oliveira ...  Chose ORU because it is a good school where she can further her studies ...  Majoring in business administration with a minor in math ...  Born on January 16, 1983.