Jace Pardon

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AVP Athlete Stats

Tournament Championships 1
Rookie Season 2016
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Athlete Information

Hometown Manhattan Beach, CA
Height 5'10"
Birthday June 9, 1993

Jace grew up in Manhattan Beach, CA, and was a ball-shagger at AVP MBO as a kid. She also played competitive basketball and swimming before transitioning to indoor volleyball and beach volleyball around age 16. She attended Florida State University and there became a 3-Time All-American, Preseason Player of the Year, All-Times Win Leader, Most Valuable Player, NCAA, and AVCA National Championship Runner-Up in beach volleyball.

Jace has had a steady professional career since 2016, but the 2019 AVP Season was her best yet. She won a Championship in Austin and was a Semifinalist in Seattle – she was then named 2019 Most Improved Female Player. She also finished #3 for Digs and #4 for Aces in the 2019 season. She and teammate Karissa Cook were recognized as the Breakthrough Pair of the Year of 2019. Jace was also a member of the first-ever Gold Medal team at the 2019 Pan American Games for the USA. She’s the middle daughter of 5 children, her first job was as a lifeguard for the City of Compton, her middle name is Cashlin, and when she’s not playing volleyball, she loves to dance or binge-watch reality TV.