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Jeanne Fairchild Bio

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Jeanne Marie Fairchild

Born: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Birthday: June 25, 1987

Horoscope Sign: Cancer

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Smartasses Magazine Top 100 - Female EmpowermentJeanne Fairchild Bio – Smartasses Magazine Jeanne Marie Fairchild (born June 25, 1987) is an American athlete who played indoor volleyball as an outside hitter for the University of San Diego Toreros and the University of New Mexico Lobos. She is the daughter of John Fairchild, a former basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers and Susie Fairchild. She has three siblings, a brother, Jeff, a half-brother, Brian, and a stepsister, Jordin. Fairchild graduated from UNM in 2009 with a BA in Communications and Journalism.

In High school, Fairchild earned four varsity letters for St. Pius X High School in Albuquerque, and guided the Spartans to consecutive state championships as a sophomore in 2003, and junior in 2004. Her team was undefeated her junior year. Fairchild was twice named the New Mexico State Player of the Year, was a two-time All-State, three-time All-Metro, and four-time All-District honoree. Heavily recruited out of high school by UCLA, USC, Arizona State, Arizona, Florida State and Long Beach State among others, Fairchild was selected by Prep Volleyball to its prestigious Senior Aces List, ranking 22nd among 100 athletes honored in its class of 2005.

Her freshman year at the University of San Diego in 2005, Fairchild was named to the West Coast Conference All-Freshman team, and named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester before transferring to the University of New Mexico. Her sophomore year at UNM in 2006, she was the first Lobo ever to be named MWC Player of the Week. Fairchild was also named a Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete, as well as Academic All-MWC. For her junior year in 2007, she was again named a MWC Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-MWC, as well as All-Mountain West Conference. Fairchild was also awarded MVP of the MCM Elegante Lobo Classic, MVP of the Hilton Phoenix/East Mesa Challenge and named to the Comcast Lobo Invitational all-tournament team. She also participated in the Sibillini Tournament in Italy in July 2007. For her senior year in 2008, Fairchild was named third team AVCA All American and the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year. Her other 2008 recognitions were Academic All-MWC for the third year in a row, All-Mountain West Conference for the second year in a row, and was an ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VI Second Team selection. Additionally, she was selected Mountain West Conference Player of the Week three times, named to the UT Arlington Holiday Inn Invitational All-Tournament Team, the Ameritas Players Challenge All-Tournament Team, the MCM Elegante Lobo Classic All-Tournament Team, and awarded MVP of the George Mason Patriot Invitational. Fairchild finished her senior campaign ranked first in the MWC for kills and points per set, and ranked third in the nation in kills per set. She finished her collegiate career ranked third on the all-time UNM career kills list with 1,238.

From 2009-2010, Fairchild played volleyball professionally in Puerto Rico with Bayamon, and ZOK Split in Croatia. The first ever University of New Mexico endowed scholarship for volleyball was established in Fairchild’s name by The Vaughan Company Realtors in April 2008, and she is the recipient of the Donald Burton Anderson Endowed Scholarship. Fairchild became the head volleyball coach at her high school alma mater in April 2014.

Jeanne was featured in July 2011 as Smartasses Hot Chick O’ The Month and placed 9th in fan voting for Hot Chick O’ The Year..

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For a moment, Jeanne donned the soothing powder blue of the University of San Diego. Unfortunately for the Toreros, immediately following Jeanne’s freshman year, not unlike the infamous ‘Carmen’, San Diego didn’t know where in the world Jeanne was either. That is, until they realized that she’d left the glitz and glamour of the Gaslamp Quarter in an effort to be closer to her birthplace, notching kill after blazing kill, on the hardwood floor of The University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Though we do hope that someday Fairchild becomes queen of the court again in the WNVL, with all that leggy and brunette hotness, we’re just as content if she decides to continue adding to her modeling portfolio instead.

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