Pinedale High School senior Jamie Streit will continue her volleyball career at the next level after signing with Idaho State on Wednesday.

Streit is a three-time all-state and four-time all-conference selection for the Wranglers. She was a four-year varsity starter who played outside hitter and all six rotations at PHS. Streit was also a team captain her sophomore, junior, and senior seasons. She helped Pinedale to a third-place finish at the Class 3A state volleyball tournament in both 2019 and 2020.

In her career with the Wranglers, Streit had 1,560 kills and a .405 hitting percentage. She finished 1,393 career digs and 163 total blocks. The 5'9 senior's serve percentage was an amazing 95.5 percent over 1,245 serve attempts in her career.

Besides her prep career at Pinedale High School, Streit has played club volleyball for nine years, the last three with Club V in North Salt Lake City, UT. She has also been honored as a two-time USAV High-Performance player.

In the classroom, Streit has been on the Honor Roll all four years at PHS and is a member of the National Honor Society for the last two years.

The Idaho State Bengals are coached by Sammi Stuart. They went 7-23 in the 2019 season, including 4-14 in the Big Sky Conference.

There are two former Wyoming prep players currently on the Bengals' roster. Andri Dewey, a setter who played at Green River High School and Western Wyoming Community College, and Taylor Meeks, a middle blocker who played at Mountain View High School.

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