Quick fact about Jill Singletary’s personal profile.
|Date of birth
|Place of birth
|her father( Mike Singletary )
|Vally ball prayer
|Mike Singletary and Kim Singletary
|John Singletary, Becky Singletary, Matt Singletary, Jackie, Brooke, And Kristen Singletary
|Oshiomogho Atogwe (m. 2011)
|San Francisco, California, United States
|Rudell Singletary, Charles Singletary
|James Singletary, Grady Singletary, Dale Singletary, Charles Singletary Jr.
|Jill Singletary (@jilloconngletary)
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Jill Singletary was born in Chicago, Illinois United States of America. She was born to the family of Mike and Kim Singletary, Jill was born into a large family with Six siblings, including one brother (John Singletary) and five sisters( Kristen Singletary, Matt Singletary, Jackie Singletary, Brooke Singletary, and Becky Singletary) were present when jill was born.
Jill Singletary is one of the daughters of Mike Singletary and she is a former volleyball player at the Illinois Institute of Art. She was part of the women’s basketball team, and she was voted most inspirational by her team. And also the team captain in both years she participated.
As a member of the women’s basketball team at Valley Christian High School in San Jose, California, Singletary earned three letters in basketball, volleyball, and track. She also served as team captain for the two years she played.
She spent one year studying at the Illinois Institute of Art in Chicago. She enjoys spending more time with her family and friends. she loves to paint, draw, work out, and listen to music
Bio of Jill Singletary’s father Michael Singletary.
Michael Singletary, popularly known as Samurai Mike, is an American professional football coach and a former middle linebacker. He was born on October 9, 1958, in Houston, Texas, the tenth child.
He attended college at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. In 1978, Singletary, a linebacker for Baylor, set a team record with 232 tackles, including 35 in a game against the University of Houston. He averaged 15 tackles per game and played the position. He was named All-America as a junior in 1979 and a senior in 1980
Baylor won 10 games during Singletary’s senior year of 1980, for the first time in program history that had been accomplished.
For the 1970s All-Southwest Conference Team, only Singletary, a junior in college, was selected.