Had a breakout season for the Aggies in 2016 … Her ability to thwart offenses at the net in 2016 has the Aggies program excited about how much she will improve going into her senior season … Made advancements between freshman and sophomore years, improving in every category except digs and assists … Her kill and block totals have increased each season … Gives the Aggies good size at the net and she has proven to be a good defender … A competitor who knows what it takes to compete at a high level … Lindor has played in 64 matches with 41 starts over 206 sets played … She has 203 kills (0.99 per set), 161 total blocks (0.78) with 27 solo blocks, 67 digs and 20 service aces … Has recorded 559 career total attacks with a career .148 hitting percentage.
2016 Season: Started all 24 matches over 89 sets played … Totaled 98 kills (1.10 per set) with 51 errors on 266 total attacks for a .177 hitting percentage…Had a team-leading 85 total blocks (0.96 per set) including 20 solo blocks…Ranked third in the MEAC in blocks per game … Produced 38 digs, 15 service aces and eight assists on the season…Was second on the team in service aces and fifth in kills…Had a career-high eight total blocks and two assists against Norfolk State on Oct. 12…Had nine kills against South Carolina State at home on Oct. 30…Finished the regular season with seven kills, seven digs and five total blocks against N.C. Central on Nov. 11…Had four solo blocks against Hampton in the Spartan-Aggie Invitational on Sept. 9.
2015 Season: Played in 20 matches with 13 starts over 63 total sets played … Posted 78 kills (1.24 per set) and 50 total blocks (0.79 per set) including seven solo blocks ... Also posted a .157 attack percentage … Recorded 43 assists and had five service aces … Second on the team in total blocks and fifth in total attacks (197) ... Had a career-high 15 kills against Delaware State on Sept. 4 for a season-high .458 attack percentage … Her single-match .458 hitting percentage was tops on the season … Produced 14 attacks and 19 points against Quinnipiac on Sept. 5 … Had season-high seven blocks against S.C. State on Nov. 1.
2014 Season: Appeared in 20 matches with four starts over 54 sets … Finished with 27 kills (0.5 per set), 26 blocks (0.48), 20 digs, and three assists… Tallied five kills on 10 attempts in a 3-0 win against Savannah State on Nov. 7 … Landed four kills on 14 attempts in a 3-2 win over Bethune-Cookman on Nov. 2 …Finished with three digs on two occasions – Nov. 2 against Bethune-Cookman and Oct. 5 against Florida A&M … Added seven blocks against USC Upstate on Sept. 20 … Helped the Aggies reach the MEAC tournament for the second straight season.
High School: Was a two-year varsity member at William Amos Hough under head coach Sandi Skidmore where she was a first-team all-conference, all-region and second-team all-state selection in 2013 … Her team was the conference, sectional, and regional champions as they finished second in the 4A state tournament in 2013 … In 2012, she helped guide the Huskies to the conference championship and she was a second-team all-conference honoree … Also played club volleyball for Lake Norman where she was coached by Wade Pierce.
Personal: Full name is Jasmine Lindor… She is the daughter of Carine Lindor and Lumont Harris…She has five siblings, Jayquan, Lumont, Jacqui, Keiana, and Kaci … She was born on September 6, 1996 and majors in management… Plans to have a career in public relations after she graduates …Her other interests include math, science, marketing, entertainment industry, movies and music …Her favorite book is Night, her favorite television show is “Scandal” and her favorite food is chicken alfredo.