2016 | Senior
SEC Community Service Team…second on the team with a career-high 210 kills…16 matches with seven or more kills including seven matches with 10 or more kills, six of which came against conference opponents…11 matches with at least seven kills coupled with a .333 or higher hitting percentage…eight matches with seven or more kills coupled with a .423 or higher efficiency…established career highs of 16 kills at Mississippi State (Nov. 20) and 11.0 total blocks at No. 4 Kansas (Sept. 3)…single-season career highs of 106 total blocks—35 more than previous high—and 15 service aces…14 matches with four or more blocks…reached 500 career kills and 250 career blocks.
2015 | Junior
AVCA All-South Region Honorable Mention…SEC Community Service Team…first in the SEC and fifth in the NCAA with single-season program record .436 hitting percentage…third Razorback to hit .400 or better (min. 100 attacks) in program history, and first since Libby Windell in 2001…second player in program history to lead the SEC in hitting percentage (Windell)…registered 13 matches with seven or more kills including four contests with double figures…established career highs of 15 kills at South Carolina (Oct. 25) and eight total blocks against LSU (Nov. 11)…four or more blocks in eight matches…second on the team with 71 total blocks.
2014 | Sophomore
Made first of five starts Sept. 6 against Middle Tennessee at K-State Varney’s Invitational…had four kills against the Blue Raiders…season-high nine kills in four-set win at No. 20 Texas A&M (Oct. 15)…also had four blocks against the Aggies…six matches with four or more kills…four matches with three or more blocks including season-high five blocks against Georgia (Oct. 12).
2013 | Freshman
Made her collegiate debut with 10 kill and a .562 hitting percentage against Kansas State…earned all-tournament honors at the Razorback Invitational, registered 3.00 k/s and a .517 hitting percentage during the two-day event…posted back-to-back career highs with 11 and 12 kills against South Carolina and Auburn, respectively…established current career best with 13 kills in four-set win at Tennessee…hit .333 or better with at least five kills in eight matches played this season…10 matches with seven or more kills…established a then-career best with six total blocks in straight-set win at Mississippi State; matched that mark against Alabama…tallied career-best seven total blocks in straight-set win vs. Ole Miss (Nov. 3)…capped freshman season with four kills vs. Creighton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Prior to Arkansas
During her senior season at McIntosh High School, she helped lead the Chiefs to the Class AAAAA finals of the Georgia state tournament. From her middle blocker position, Jones finished the year with First Team-All-State and All-Area accolades. For her performance throughout the year, including a .421 hitting percentage, Jones was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and a GVCA Senior All-Star selection. As a junior, she was a member of the All-Area First Team, earned All-State Honorable Mention and won her first team MVP award. Jones has club experience with both Tsunami and Atlanta Crush.
Born Aug. 25, 1995, Breana Nicole Jones is the daughter of Delphina Jones Turner and Barry Turner and has two older siblings, Brittney and Bryson. In the classroom, Jones is planning to major in elementary education at Arkansas.