|Full name||Jeoselyna Rodríguez Santos|
December 9, 1991 |
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
|Hometown||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||63 kg (139 lb)|
|Spike||325 cm (128 in)|
|Block||305 cm (120 in)|
|Current club||Universidad César Vallejo|
|Last updated: January 2014|
Jeoselyna Rodríguez Santos (born December 9, 1991 in Santo Domingo) is a female volleyball player from the Dominican Republic, who won the bronze medal at the 2009 World Grand Champions Cup. She won the 2009 NORCECA Championship gold medal, bronze in the 2007 edition and the gold medal at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games playing with the Dominican Republic national team. She also won the gold medal at the 2010 Pan-American Cup and the silver at the 2009 and 2013 editions.
With her Junior National team, Rodríguez won the best server award at the 2007 FIVB Girls' U18 World Championship while her team finished 8th. She won the silver medal at the 2009 U20 World Championship and the 2013 U23 World Championship.
She competed for her native country at the 2007 FIVB Girls' U18 World Championship in Baja California, Mexico wearing the number #10 jersey. There she won the Best Server award and her team ended up in 8th place.
She started playing professionally overseas with the team West Side Stars, from Trinidad & Tobago. She helped her team to finish in 3rd place. Later that year, in Dominican Republic she became MVP in the 2008 Dominican Republic Volleyball League season.
After winning the silver medal with the Senior team in the 2009 Pan-American Cup, she also won the silver medal with the National Junior Team at the 2009 Women's U20 Volleyball World Championship, there she finished the second Best Scorer.
Jeoselyna became "Ideal Seven" from the 2010/2011 Superliga 7th journey.
In the Spanish Queen's Cup, Jeoselyna's team, Murcia 2005 won Valeriano Alles Menorca in 5 sets; she contributed with 9 points to win the club's tournament.
Rodríguez joined Mirador to play at the 2011 FIVB Women's Club World Championship. Her team finished in 4th place after losing the Bronze Medal match to the Brazilian team Sollys/Nestle. She were also one of the Top Performers of the tournament with 25 points against Kenya Prisons.
She signed with the Romanian professional club 2004 Tomis Constanta to play the 2012/2013 season in the Romanian league and the European Champions League. Rodríguez carried out her team, being the most offensive player. She led her team to a second place in the Romanian league and a ticked to the Challenge round of the CEV Cup, before leaving the team in the late December winter break along with Meagan Ganzer and Génesis Machado.
In June, Rodríguez played at the Pan-American Cup winning the silver medal with her national team. She helped her national team to win the silver medal at the U23 World Championship, contributing to win its pool with a 4-1 record including a 7 aces match that topped all servers. They later had a 3-0 win over the USA team in the semifinals before falling 0-3 to China in the final match. She dominated the best server statistics while performing among the top scorers being awarded tournament's Best Opposite.
Rodríguez took part in the second Dominican participation at the World Grand Champions Cup, this time via wild card, taking with her national team the sixth place after their only victory to Thailand.
- Mirador (2002–2004)
- Modeca (2005)
- Mirador (2006)
- Deportivo Nacional (2007–2008)
- Distrito Nacional (2007–2008)
- West Side Stars (2008)
- Centro (2009)
- Indias de Mayagüez (2009)
- Vôlei Futuro (2009–2010)
- Distrito Nacional (2010)
- CAV Murcia 2005 (2010–2011)
- Mirador (2011-2012)
- 2004 Tomis Constanţa (2012-2013)
- Universidad César Vallejo (2014)
- 2007 FIVB Girls' U18 Volleyball World Championship "Best Server"
- 2008 Dominican Volleyball League "Most Valuable Player"
- 2012 Copa Latina "Best Scorer"
- 2013 U23 World Championship "Best Opposite"
- 2007 NORCECA Championship - Bronze Medal
- 2009 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup - Bronze Medal
- 2009 NORCECA Championship - Gold Medal
- 2009 Pan-American Cup - Silver Medal
- 2009 Final Four Women’s Cup - Bronze Medal
- 2010 Final Four Women's Cup - Gold Medal
- 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games - Gold Medal
- 2010 Pan-American Cup - Gold Medal
- 2013 Pan-American Cup - Silver Medal
- 2006 NORCECA Girls Youth Continental Championship U-18 - Silver Medal
- 2008 NORCECA Women´s Junior Continental Championship U-20 - Silver Medal
- 2009 FIVB U20 Volleyball World Championship - Silver Medal
- 2012 U23 Pan-American Cup - Gold Medal
- 2013 U23 World Championship - Silver Medal
- 2006 Dominican Republic Distrito Nacional Superior Tournament - Champion, with Mirador
- 2007, 2008 Dominican Republic Volleyball League - Champion, with Distrito Nacional
- 2010 Spanish Supercup - Champion, with Murcia 2005
- 2011 Spanish Queen's Cup - Champion, with Murcia 2005
- 2010-11 Spanish Superleague - Runner-Up, with Murcia 2005
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