|Hometown:||Round Rock, Texas|
|High School:||Round Rock|
Senior (2014-15): Started all 32 games on the perimeter for the Buffaloes averaging 6.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game. She was one of only two Buffs to start every game, joining fellow back court mate Haley Smith. Sborov's assist total (78) and average ranked second on the team behind classmate Lexy Kresl. She dished out a career-high nine assists in the overtime win over San Jose State (12/5). Sborov achieved career highs in points, field goals made and rebounds at No. 22/19 ranked Iowa (12/7). She scored 17 points on 6-of-10 from the field and pulled down 12 rebounds for her second career double-double. Sborov would go onto collect a third double-double in the home win over Arizona (2/1), her first against a conference opponent, with 14 points and 11 rebounds. She also dished out seven assists in that contest, her best marks in those three categories against a Pac-12 opponent. Sborov finished her career strong averaging 10 points while hitting 52 percent from the field over the final three games of the regular season. On Senior Day, she had 13 points, nine rebounds and four assists in the win over Oregon (2/22). She scored just two points in Colorado's Pac-12 Tournament upset win over No. 8/9 Oregon State, but they were critical. She grabbed a rebound off a Beavers' miss and went coast-to-coast for a layup with just 1:43 remaining to put the Buffaloes up by three points at 63-60. Sborov scored in double-digits seven times during her senior season, where she also served as team captain. She participated in the WBCA's 'So You Want To Be A Coach' program and was nominated to the 2015 WBCA AllState Good Works Team. Sborov was the recipient of the team's Ceal Barry Colorado Pride Award, given to the player who shows pride in the program through leadership on the court, campus and community, work ethic on the court and in the classroom and who is unselfish and coachable.
Junior (2013-14): Had an outstanding to the beginning of her junior season, averaging 7.8 points and 4.6 rebounds over the first 14 games. She worked hard on her outside shot during the offseason and it began to pay dividends, hitting on 10-of-27 from 3-point range, a very respectable 37 percent. Sborov also came up clutch for the Buffaloes in a pair of early road games. In the season-opening 63-59 win at Colorado State (11/12) her career-best 13-point effort was highlighted by sinking two free throws with 27 seconds remaining to help the Buffaloes maintain a crucial 3-point lead. In another “regional rivalry” game, Sborov iced the contest against Wyoming (12/4) by hitting another pair of free throws, this time with :05 left on the clock to provide the final 63-59 margin. Sborov made 72.4 percent from the free-throw stripe in her abbreviated season, a stark contrast from being a 53 percent free throw shooter in her first two seasons. She scored in double-digits in seven contests, after having just three such efforts in her first 63 games, including an 11-point outing at UCLA (1/5) where she played a career-high 33 minutes and matched a personal-best with four field goals. She logged her first double-double with 12 points and a career-high 10 rebounds against Southern Utah (12/29). Sborov had upped her rebounding numbers to 7.0 over her final four games. Following CU’s last-minute 57-55 loss to No. 19 California (1/10), she missed the final 20 games of the season with a broken bone in her right foot.
Sophomore (2012-13): Sborov averaged 2.8 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists, appearing in 30 of 32 contests. She logged a total of 10 starts, six coming during the nonconference schedule and four more at the tail end of the Pac-12 season. Sborov was third on the team in assists with 38. She dished out a career-best four in the home win over Oregon (2/10). The Ducks proved to bring the best out in Sborov as she scored eight in both games of the series, a personal-best during Pac-12 games. She scored a career-high 11 points, hitting 5-of-9 from the field, and grabbed six rebounds in the road win at Illinois (12/1). In that game she also set career marks for field goals made and attempted. Sborov corralled a personal-best eight rebounds in just 19 minutes at UMKC (11/18). She had two double-digit scoring games on the season, the other coming with 10 points against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (11/23) in the first round of the Omni Hotels Classic. She had 14 games with four or more rebounds, including five against Kansas (3/23) in the NCAA Tournament.
Freshman (2011-12): Pitched in just under three points and three rebounds per games, but the season averages don't tell the story for Sborov's freshman year. She steadily climbed the ladder throughout the season, moving from the end of the bench, to a starter and key contributor in Colorado's postseason run. Sborov started the final nine games of the season, essentially taking the position of classmate Jen Reese who was lost for the season with an eye injury. She scored 84 of her season's 94 points in the final 20 games of the season and 24 of her season's 32 field goals came in the last 15. Sborov began to see extended action in the home game against No. 4 Stanford (1/14) and played double-digit minutes in all but two of the final 20 contests. She shot 47 percent (8-of-17) during CU's WNIT run averaging 5.8 points and 4.3 rebounds. She tied a career-best playing 29 minutes in the third round win over Villanova (3/22). Sborov had a career night in the home win over Arizona (2/9), setting personal bests with 10 points, on 4-of-6 shooting, with seven rebounds and three assists. She scored her first collegiate points on a layup against Valparaiso (11/25), also logging three blocked shots in that game, the second most by a CU player in a game this season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Sborov is a 2011 graduate of Round Rock (Texas) High School. She was a was a four-time team MVP, three-time Offensive Player of the Year and two-time first-team all-district 16-5A selection. A McDonald’s All-American nominee in 2011, Sborov helped the Dragons to the playoffs for the fourth straight season, averaging 15 points and eight rebounds per game. She led the Dragons to a 15-9 mark in 2010 averaging 12 points and eight rebounds, en route to all-district honors. Sborov led her team in blocks and rebounding while averaging 11 points as a sophomore, earning honorable mention to the all-district team. She averaged 11 points and seven rebounds as a freshman, leading Round Rock in blocked shots. She also lettered in track at Round Rock and set the school’s high jump record at Regionals in 2010 with a 5 feet, 6 inches mark. She played club basketball with TeamXpress, helping them win a Nike Nationals tournament.
ACADEMICS: Sborov graduated in May 2015 with her bachelor's degree in Sociology and a Critical Sports Studies Certificate in Ethnic Studies.
PERONAL: Jasmine “Jas” Sborov was born on July 30, 1993, in El Paso, Texas. She is the daughter of Jon and Tara Sborov. She has three younger siblings Amber, a track & field student-athlete at Metro State (Colo.), Jordan and Jalen. Her mother ran track at UTEP. She enjoys outdoor activities like hiking, biking and camping. When Sborov was younger, she lived in London for a year and says she used to have a British accent and used to speak some French.