42 - Jaimie Sapp
Jaimie Sapp
Height: 6-0
Year: So.
Hometown: Bluemont, Va.
High School: Loudoun Valley
Position: F

2008-2009: Enters her sophomore year with high expectations as she is expected to be a key member of the Spartan frontcourt rotation . . . is a low box presence on both ends of the floor . . . has improved her fitness level and strengths as she prepares for her sophomore year . . . has a tremendous work ethic with the potential to become a prime contributor for the Spartans . . . is a solid rebounder with a nose for the ball . . . will be expected to pick up some scoring slack and provide York with a true five-spot player.

2007-2008: Played in 24 games, coming off the bench in all of her appearances for the year . . . averaged 11.3 minutes, 2.7 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 0.7 blocked shots per game . . . tallied a career-high eight points in four different contests during the year including two conference games . . . converted a career-high four field goals in those four contests as well . . . scored in 14 of her appearances during the year while she grabbed at least one rebound in 20 games . . . she pulled down a career-high six rebounds in the January 19 win over Gallaudet . . . blocked a career-high three shots in the January 30 win over Villa Julie . . . shot 39% from the floor and 69% from the free throw line for the year . . . played a career-high 20 minutes in the win over Elizabethtown and responded with eight points, five rebounds, and a pair of blocked shots in her best game of the year.

Personal: Is the daughter of Bob and Linda Sapp . . . born January 10, 1989 . . . is an Undeclared major . . . played for Kevin Barr at Loudoun Valley High School . . . was named first-team All-District as a senior . . . earned National District All-Tournament team . . . owns the Loudoun Valley rebound record.