Jazz Weaver was named the Director of Basketball Operations for the UNCG women's basketball team in July of 2014.
Weaver enjoyed a four-year playing career for UNCG from 2008-12. She saw action in 85 contests and made eight starts for the Spartans during her time in the Blue and Gold.
Weaver played in all 29 games her senior season, with six starts, to earn her fourth letter. She averaged 5.3 points and 2.9 rebounds per game and was second on the team with 33 steals. Weaver was also named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
Weaver's UNCG Player Bio
2011-12 (Senior): Played in all 29 games, with six starts, to earn her fourth letter … Averaged 5.3 points per game and 2.9 rebounds per game … Named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll … Second on the team with 33 steals … Connected on 36.0 percent (9-of-25) from 3-point land and hit 71.4 percent (25-of-35) from the free throw line … Averaged 20.8 minutes per game … Scored in double figures five times … Scored a career-high 13 points on four separate occasions – against Richmond (Dec. 10), Wofford (Dec. 17), Appalachian State (Feb. 11) and Wofford (Feb. 27) … Hit a career-high three 3-pointers against Wofford on senior night … Hit a perfect 8-of-8 from the free throw line against Appalachian State … Played a career-high 32 minutes against Wofford (Dec. 17) … Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds against Furman (Dec. 19) … Posted a career-high four steals against Wofford (Dec. 17) and Davidson (Feb. 14).
2010-11 (Junior): Appeared in all 29 games with her first two career starts … averaged 2.7 points and 2.0 rebounds per game, both career highs … also had 20 assists and 13 steals, also career highs … started consecutive contests at Wofford (1/29) and Furman (1/31) … scored a career-high 11 points against High Point on Dec. 7 … dished off a career-best six assists at Morgan State (12/1) … had a career-high six rebounds against Georgia Southern (1/5) and a career-best five steals at Charleston Southern (11/22) … had one of her most complete games of the season against Wofford in the first round of the Southern Conference Championship on March 3, scoring seven points and picking up five rebounds … was the team’s Most Improved Player.
2009-10 (Sophomore): Appeared in 16 games … averaged 0.7 points and 0.8 rebounds per game … had six assists to just five turnovers on the year … scored a season-high four points at Bowling Green on Nov. 27 … pulled down a season-high two rebounds at College of Charleston on Dec. 5, then matched that at Appalachian State on Feb. 20 … had two assists against the Cougars, then matched that with two more at Samford on Jan. 30 … scored three points and pulled down one rebound against top-seeded Chattanooga at the Southern Conference Championship (3/5) ... was an Academic All-Southern Conference selection.
2008-09 (Freshman): Made 11 appearances, averaging 0.5 points and 0.8 rebounds in 3.5 minutes per game … saw her first action of the season at Wake Forest on Nov. 17, grabbing two rebounds and a steal in just six minutes of work … scored her first collegiate point with a free throw against College of Charleston on Dec. 6 … hit her first career field goal, a 3-pointer, at College of Charleston on Jan. 26 … that basket came on her only 3-point attempt of the season … had two points and a then-career-high three rebounds against Samford on Feb. 2 … had two boards and her first career assist at Wofford on Feb. 16 in less than a minute of work.
High school: The 2008 NKY Player of the Year out of Holmes High School … was named to the 35th District All-Tournament Team twice and the Ninth Region All-Region Team once … is a member of the 1,000 point club at Holmes and also pulled down more than 800 rebounds in her four years … ranked in the top 10 in the state of Kentucky for rebounds, averaging 11.3 per game … helped lead her team to the Ninth Region championship game.
Personal: Christina Jasmine Weaver … born April 2, 1990 in Covington, Ky. … daughter of Richard Weaver and Belinda McGowan … has one older brother, Richard … was also recruited by Ball State, Ohio, Miami (Ohio) and Northern Kentucky.