|High School:||Harris Westminster|
Grant played in 25 games as a freshman and scored 84 points with 75 rebounds. She averaged 12.5 minutes per game. Scored a then career-best 11 points against William Jessup (Dec. 21), and then closed the season with back-to-back double-digit games in the West Coast Conference Championship. Scored a career-high 13 in the first round win over Pepperdine (Mar. 2), hitting 5-of-12 from the field, with seven rebounds. Then scored 11 points on 4-of-9 shooting and tied her career-high with nine rebounds in the quarterfinals against Gonzaga (Mar. 3). She also grabbed a career-best nine rebounds against Pepperdine (Feb. 4). Grant connected on 7-of-16 from three-point range (43.8 percent) on the year.
Jenelle Grant, a 6-0 guard/forward from London, England, who played club basketball for the Brixton Topcats in the Women's British Basketball League. Grant joined the Topcats in 2014, averaging 5.1 points and 2.8 rebounds per game in eight games while shooting 34 percent from the field for coach Steve Vear. Grant also played for the U18 England National team as well as the U16 team, averaging 8.3 points and 6.4 rebounds for her country. She scored 17 points with six boards, three assists, two steals and a block against Netherlands in the U-16 European Championship. Her career high in points came in a National League game when she scored 42 points against Newham Youngbloods. She attended high school at Harris Westminster.
"Jenelle is a unique player with a ton of potential," head coach Bradley Davis said announcing the signing. "Jenelle is legitimately six feet if not 6-1 with the speed, athleticism and the ability to shoot from distance that we look for in our guards. Her height and length make her a solid defensive presence as well. Jenelle is a true gym rat, and even though she's coming from far away, she's a perfect fit here at Pacific."