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She played college volleyball at UCLA, starting for three seasons and serving as captain for two seasons. While at UCLA, she earned All-American honors. In 1996, she started her pro beach volleyball career and competed for two seasons on the four-person circuit. She helped her team to win the title in the 1997 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Los Angeles. In 1999, she won the silver medal at the 1999 Beach Volleyball World Championships in Marseille (Mar-sa). She also partnered with Annett Davis on two-person events and the pair qualified for the 2000 Olympics in Sydney and placed fifth at the games. Throughout her athletic career, she has finished first 10 times in the U.S. and 2 times internationally, including 7 times on the AVP tour. In 2002, she was honored with the AVP Special Achievement Award. In 2004, she and Davis became the U.S. team with most career tournaments played together. Together with her husband, they work with Athletes in Action’s pro ministry.
In a testimony for BeyondtheUltimate.org, she said of her faith, "Everyone has something they are passionate about and for me it has always been sports. I can remember even at a very young age loving to compete, and when I was introduced to the game of volleyball in 7th grade I was hooked. Yet as great as this passion was, I became even more passionate about something else during my sophomore year in college."
"During that time I developed a passion for knowing who God really is. I used to think that God was a God of 'do's and don'ts,' but I learned that He is a God of love and that He loves me unconditionally. He loves me so much that He sent His son Jesus Christ to this earth so that I could have a relationship with Him...
Her name is Jenny Johnson Jordan.
So what happened after the Wisconsin Badgers went up 24-7 against the LSU Tigers? Where was Melvin Gordon in the second half? Why didn't head coach Gary Andersen know? What does this mean for Tanner McEvoy, the defensive line minus Warren Herring and Konrad Zagzebski possibly for a long time, and the 2014 season? We'll break it alllllll down tonight, and will read your thoughts TONIGHT ON AIR. Use #B5QLSU and we'll read some tonight!
Also, we'll replay Andersen's post-game press conference and McEvoy's talk with reporters afterwards as well.
Is your faith in Wisconsin quarterback Tanner McEvoy restored after his 23-for-28, 283-yard, three touchdown pass performance against the Leathernecks of Western Illinois? Let us know!
BadgerNation.com's Ben Worgull pops on the show to talk about the Badgers' victory from Saturday. Did McEvoy answer some of his critics, especially after he completed 17 straight passes? What are his perceptions of the odd week that was at Camp Randall Stadium regarding Joel Stave and Melvin Gordon? After a bye week this week, what can Badgers fans expect from the team when they face the Bowling Green Falcons on September 20th? Also, after a horrible week by the Big Ten Conference, did it really affect the conference's chances at getting a playoff berth in the College Football Playoff?
From the positive victory for the Badgers, to the horrible loss by the Green Bay Packers Thursday night. How did Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks dismantle Dom Capers' defense? And will the injury to Bryan Bulaga force the team to look outside of its walls for a capable back-up?
Plus, the Milwaukee Brewers' slide continues. Losing 13 of 16, the team now needs to fight back to hold a playoff position. After being manhandled by the St. Louis Cardinals, can they? We'll discuss.
Don't forget postgame audio from other Badgers football players, too!
In the first eposode of RLSN Collegefootball Roundup, Evan recaps the Wisconsin Badgers loss to LSU. The highs of the first half and the very lows of the second half. Evan will also take a trip through the Top25 and talk about how those teams did on college football's opening weekend.
We'll play the audio from Wisconsin Badgers head coach Gary Andersen's press conference after Monday afternoon's practice/scrimmage. Who will be the starting quarterback, Joel Stave or Tanner McEvoy? We'll give our thoughts about the team.
Can Scott Tolzien supplant Matt Flynn as the Green Bay Packers' No. 2 quarterback? We'll discuss the Packers' victory over the St. Louis Rams.
Plus, the Milwaukee Brewers owned the Los Angeles Dodgers this past weekend - is this a good sign for the rest of the season, and who's their biggest challenge in the NL Central?
Do you smell this, Wisconsin Badgers fans? Fresh grass, painted fields, and tons of beer about to be consumed: COLLEGE FOOTBALL IS ABOUT TO START!
8 p.m. CT: Fox Sports Wisconsin's Jesse Temple helps us breakdown the Badgers' football fall camp. With news of Tanner McEvoy expecting to start Saturday against LSU, what can fans expect out of the Wisconsin offense? We'll discuss the keys to the game against LSU, and the strengths/weaknesses of this team heading into Houston.
8:40 p.m. CT: ESPN Big Ten reporter Adam Rittenberg stops by to help us preview the Big Ten Conference. Even with the loss of Braxton Miller for Ohio State, can J.T. Barrett lead the Buckeyes to a B1G championship, and why aren't people giving Michigan State the props it deserves after a Rose Bowl victory against Stanford?
Of course, we talk Green Bay Packers and the large amount of injuries on their lines, and if the Milwaukee Brewers can hold off the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central after a disappointing weekend.
A LOT to get to this week!
We'll recap the Wisconsin Badgers' first scrimmage that happened Sunday morning. Who looked more impressive at quarterback: Joel Stave or Tanner McEvoy? Did the young wide receivers impress? Who stood out on the young defense?
We'll talk with BadgerBlitz' John Veldhuis about his impressions from the first camp as well.
B5Q editor Mike Fiammetta talked with Big Ten Network's Dave Revsine last week about his new book, "The Opening Kickoff." Which former Wisconsin legend did Revsine initially want to write the book about? He'll tell you!
Of course, Scotty and I will discuss the Milwaukee Brewers' homestand against the NL West leading teams, the Green Bay Packers first preseason game (did Scott Tolzien look good?), and the unfortunate accident involving Tony Stewart.
Happy Father's Day! We have another jam-packed show.
At 8:30 - BadgerNation's Ben Worgull joins the show to talk about all the Wisconsin Badgers recruiting news. Who committed to the Badgers after their huge weekend camp? We'll let you know!
We'll also talk some Northwoods League baseball with the Madison Mallards' Tyler Isham, Assistant General Manager of Marketing and Corporate Advertising. We'll talk about the great promotions they run each year for the fans, how this year's Mallards team has some Madison roots to it, and whether he thinks there's a fanbase for a Big Ten baseball team for the Wisconsin Badgers (though we know the uphill climb it would take for that to happen).
Plus, Milwaukee Brewers, Major League Baseball, and more!
While it isn't an official Laura Ingalls Wilder site, Old World Wisconsin has long impressed Wisconsin's favorite daughter with an annual event. Last year they expanded to an entire month and the month long event returns this year. Come take part in the World of Little House – June 28, 2014 – July 31, 2014 in Eagle, Wisconsin (an easy drive from Milwaukee). Discover events and activities every day and dress as a Laura character to get $2 off your admission. http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/calendar/event/2399/the-world-of-little-house Join host Sarah Uthoff and Jennifer VanHaaften of Old World Wisconsin to learn more about the event.
Chris Hillyard of PantherTalk.com catches up with Sand Volleyball head coach Beth Van Fleet about the 9th ranked Panthers, what it was like to start this program from scratch at her alma mater and what she expects to see the rest of the season moving into Nationals.
We catch up on all things Wisconsin with Friend of the Holy Land, Rich, from Buckaround. We dicuss Wisconsin's QB depth chart, and how it represents an embarassment of riches for the Badgers, and how their WR depth chart is the total opposite. We discuss their unique recruiting challenges, take the pulse of the Gary Andersen era, look at defense, expectations, and a breakdown of the Big Ten West.
We kick off our third year as YOUR Wisconsin-sports podcast by bringing on another former Wisconsin Badgers standout in the NFL. Linebacker Conor O'Neill talks about the emotions he experienced after the Chicago Bears told him they would sign him as a free agent in June, his training preparation for the NFL, and who he thinks will lead the 2014 Badgers defense under defensive coordinator Dave Aranda.
Plus, we'll talk LeBron James heading back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and how that'll affect the Milwaukee Bucks. If LeBron can be forgiven in Cleveland, what would it take for Badgers fans to forgive Bret Bielema, or Green Bay Packers fans to forgive Brett Favre?
Can the Milwaukee Brewers get out of their funk to start the second half of the season? Their rough two weeks are looked at, and also we discuss the tragic loss of shortstop Jean Segura's son. We give our sincere thoughts and prayers to the Segura family during this rough and trying time.
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