SARASOTA COUNTY (SNN TV) -- As a freshman, Jordyn Byrd helped bring the first ever girls' state volleyball title to Cardinal Mooney. Now she hopes to do the same for the girls basketball team. 

“There is not really a time where I don’t have practice or a game,” Byrd said.

Our Student-Athlete of the month, Jordyn Byrd, is a 6-foot-5 superstar at Cardinal Mooney — who is getting it done, both on the volleyball and basketball court.

“The future is unlimited for her,” said Byrd's head basketball coach, Rico Antonio.

A day in the life of Jordyn Byrd is quite busy, as you can imagine. Throughout the year it is one sport to the next.

“When I get out of High School volleyball I go straight to High School basketball," Byrd said. "After that I go straight to club volleyball, when I get out of that I go straight to AAU basketball. So either way I’m either picking up a volleyball or basketball.”

This past fall, Byrd finished second on the Cougars volleyball team with 315 kills — more than 10 a game on average. This winter, Byrd is pacing the girls’ basketball team, averaging 15.2 points a game, contributing largely to the Cardinal Mooney's Class 3A-District 6 title.

“Her skill set is phenomenal,” Antonio said. “What really goes unnoticed to people, is her intelligence. She is extremely smart. She knows where to go when to go, she tells people where and when to go."

Her success on the hardwood carries over to classroom. As just a sophomore, Byrd's work ethic is what drives her success. She is enrolled in multiple advance placement courses at Cardinal Mooney.

“She just has a great attitude about everything, Cardinal Mooney AP Psychology Teacher Will Schenerlein said. "She works hard in the classroom, she works hard in the community, I know she works hard in the sports she plays.”

Byrd’s mom was an All-American basketball player, and ended up choosing a volleyball scholarship over basketball.

“I’m going to say that volleyball is starting to uplift basketball, but you never know what will happen,” Byrd said.

Even more so impressive than Byrd's individual accomplishments, is the way she represents the name on the back of her jersey. 

“There is not a better person to have out there carrying our banner," Schenerlein said.

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