Competed for two seasons at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, Idaho ... Played there under head coach Heidi Cartisser ... The Golden Eagles were the 2009 JC National Champion and she was selected the MVP of the Junior College National Championship tournament ... At the conclusion of the 2009 season, was named a first-team All-American and first-team all-Scenic West Athletic Conference ... Led the led the SWAC in kills at 3.82 kps and also averaged 2.00 digs, 0.64 blocks and 0.41 aces per set ... As a freshman earned first team region 18 honors after averaging 3.75 kills, 1.54 digs, 0.40 blocks and 0.36 service aces per set white hitting .289 ... Earned first team all-SWAC honors.
Played volleyball while attending Heathfield High School in Summertown, South Australia ... Was named to the school's Team of the Century (covering 30 years of volleyball) in 2008.
Competed for seven years with the Mt. Lofty Volleyball Club in Adelaide, Australia ... Her team won national championships on three occasions.
Member of the Australian woman's national team who made her international debut at age 15 in 2003 with the Australian squad that toured Japan ... Received all-star accolades for her play with Australian junior national 21-under, 19-under, 17-under and 16-under teams.
Jessica Frances Peacock was born July 4, 1987, in Basingstoke, England ... Daughter of Adam and Debbie Peacock ... Brother, Harrison, has represented Australia in both indoor and beach volleyball ... Interests include animals, the beach, travel, and spending time with friends and family ... Majoring in education at SDSU ... Career plans in teaching at the elementary school level ... Also recruited by Florida, Florida State, Washington State and San Diego among others.