2013 (RS Freshman)
Posted season-high nine kills against New Mexico and Kansas...eight total matches this season with at least seven kills in the middle...posted an .800 hitting percentage (8-0-10) in straight-set win against Northern Colorado...had five kills and three total blocks in first career SEC match, Oct. 18 matchup against No. 2 Florida...registered career-high nine total blocks in road match at LSU...five matches during the season with at least five kills and a hitting percentage of .412 or higher...eight matches with at least six total blocks...at least four blocks in 11 of 21 matches.
Redshirted during the 2012 season.
Prior to Arkansas
Jusino played for Timber Creek High School where she helped the team advance to the finals of the district tournament and the quarterfinals of the regional tournament. She was featured by PrepVolleyball.com as the No. 79 player in the country in the 2012 Senior Aces class. Jusino led Florida's Class 8A in total blocks in 2011. Jusino played club for Top Select and brings international experience as a past member of the Puerto Rico Youth and Junior National Team. Jusino was part of the Puerto Rico team that won bronze at the 2010 NORCECA Youth Continental Championships and competed at the 2011 FIVB Youth World Championships. She also played at the 2010 NORCECA Junior Championships, 2011 Pan American Youth Cup and 2013 FIVB Under-20 World Championships.
Born Jan. 5, 1994, Ana Sofia Jusino is the youngest of three children to Victor and Luly Jusino of Orlando, Fla. Ana has two older siblings in Victor and Fancisco. In the classroom, she is enrolled in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.