Jenna Brandt is a well-known college athlete. She is recognized as a female volleyball player for Iowa State. She transferred to the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) in 2021. As a UNI student-athlete, she qualifies for the MVC Honor Roll recipient on the 2021-22 list. Also, she was honored with the President’s Council Academic Award and Commissioners’ Academic Excellence Award. Previously, she was a Four-year letter winner, a three-year starter, and a two-time Team captain at setter for Sumner-Fredericksburg high school.
Jenna Brandt was born on 26th October 1999, which makes her 23 years old. Her parents, Kevin and Amy Brandt raised her in Sumner, Iowa. She has three siblings: an older sister Kaylyn, an older brother, Isiah, and a younger sister, Morgan. Her sister Kaylyn was a setter at UMKC (From 2013 to 16) and a successful WAC Setter of the Year in 2016. Jenna completed her schooling at Sumner-Fredricksburg high school. She is majoring in Kinesiology at UNI (University of Northern Iowa).
Jenna Brandt Career
She started her career as a volleyball player during high school. Jenna helped lead the Cougars to three consecutive IGHSAU State Volleyball Tournament appearances. She achieved All-Tournament Team honors as a sophomore. After leading SFHS to the championship match, she played in a setter-hitter role as a senior, finishing with 147 kills, 489 assists, and 215 digs. She was a three-time Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association Class 2A All-State honoree earning First Team honors each of the last two seasons and Second Team All-State as a sophomore.
Jenna was a three-time all-conference and all-district player and played club volleyball for Six Pack out of Cedar Falls. Jenna led the Team to fifth in the 18 National Division and earned All-Tournament Team honors at Junior Nationals in April 2018. While in high school, she competed in track and field and was a member of Sumner Fredericksburg’s school-record 4x400m relay team.
Jenna was the 2018 NIVC (National Invitational Volleyball Championship) champion. She played in 21 matches and 39 sets for the Cyclones, including four starts (three at setter, one at middle blocker). She finished the season with 142 assists at 3.64 per set and notched her career-best 46 assists against Wichita State. Jenna had 37 assists at Montana and finished with 31 digs on the year. She had seven digs twice, both in starts at setter (vs. Wichita State, at Nebraska). Jenna finished with 11 total blocks posting a career-high of three blocks twice (at Montana and TCU). On 7th November, she started as Baylor’s middle blocker and finished with two kills, .333 hitting, one ace, three digs, and two blocks.
She played in seven matches for Iowa State, making three starts. Jenna started the season opener against UCF and matches at Texas and Kansas. She finished the season with 119 assists at 7.44 per set and 19 digs at 1.19 per frame. She notched season-best 41 assists at Texas. Jenna recorded her season-high seven digs at UT. She posted 31 assists, six digs, and a season-high four blocks against Kansas. She came off the bench to record 23 assists and five digs against Texas in Ames. Also, she came off the bench to post 16 assists against Creighton in NCAA Tournament First Round. She also played against Lipscomb and at Oklahoma.
She played in 13 matches with 11 starts for Cyclones and finished the season with 338 assists at 7.35 per set and 79 digs at 1.72 per frame. Jenna had career-high 51 assists, five blocks, and three aces against Texas Tech. At Kansas State, her career-high 12 digs, seven kills on 11 attempts (.636 hitting), and 43 assists for her first-ever double-double. She was the opener at Texas and recorded 18 total blocks and ten service aces, including a three-match streak covering the Texas Tech series.
In January 2021, she transferred to UNI. She played in all 120 sets across 31 matches with 29 starts. Her career-high 500 total assists at 4.17 per set, 200 digs at 1.83 per frame, and 22 service aces … 1,000th career assist against Southern Illinois (5th November) … seven double-doubles featuring then-season-high 26 assists and career-best 16 digs at Indiana State (12th November). In the next match at Evansville (13th November), she surpassed the season-high with 28 assists. Previously, she matched a career-high with three aces against North Dakota State (27th August) and UTSA (17th September).
Jenna Brandt Biography
|Real Name||Jenna Brandt|
|Birth Date||26 October 1999|
|Age (as of 2023)||23 Years|
|Birth Place||United States|
|College||University of Northern Iowa|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimeters – 177 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 60 kg – in Pounds – 132 lbs|
|Sister||Kaylyn Brandt, Morgan Brandt|
|Marital Status||In Relation|
|Is she a Lesbian?||No|
Jenna Brandt is in a relationship with Brock Purdy. She started dating when they were in college. Her boyfriend Brock was born on 27th December 1999, in Gilbert, Arizona, in the United States. He is 22 years old American football quarterback. The couple shares an age gap of two months. On 5th November 2022, Both shared a lovely picture and announced their relationship on Instagram. Jeena uploaded photos and captioned the post, “my roots and my boy.” She also added a cute little white heart at the end of the caption. Her boyfriend Brock commented on the picture and said, “My Girl!”
She is active on the social media platform. She joined Twitter in February 2015. As of January 2023, she has 422 followers @jennabrandt3 on Twitter.
Jenna Brandt Net worth
Jenna Brandt is a 2021 Women’s Volleyball Roster class junior and has a position setter. Although she has earned many rewards, awards, and honors and has broken many records, she is still in college playing for the University. But, she might be associated with various agents to earn herself.