2000: Jing was named 2000 Conference USA Tournament MVP. She was in charge from day one last year as setter. She averaged 12.2 assists per game and had 11 matches with 50 or more assists. The lefty also had 115 kills on 277 attacks for a .300 average. Jing led the team in assists with 1352 and had 26 service aces, second best on the team. She had a season- high 72 assists vs. South Florida. She had nine solo blocks and 65 block assists. Improving greatly on her defense, she had a career-high 279 digs with 13 matches showing her in double digit kills. Against South Florida in the conference tournament final, she had 23 digs, a career high. Her 65 assists in the three-game match with South Florida was a conference high. She also earned All-Loyola Invitational honors.
1999: Jing joined the squad at Saint Louis, after waiting for eligibility ruling by the NCAA. Once with the team, she played in 20 matches in 69 games. She averaged 13.03 assists. With 104 kills on 268 attempts, she hit .220. She also had 17 aces and 181 digs. She had a season-high 65 assists against Charlotte and 12 kills versus Marquette.
1998: As a freshman, Jing logged plenty of playing time, sharing setting duties with senior Anne Kordes. She recorded 43 kills, hitting .192. She had 576 assists for 6.5 per game average. Playing in 89 games, she had five aces and 78 digs.
High School: Jing played for Beijing Normal High School where played on the three-time high school national championship team. She is the first player from China to play for U of L. Leonid Yelin's international connections helped link Ding with the Louisville program. She is a strong, blocking setter who can hit as well. She spent a year at the Beijing University of Physical Culture, where she earned a 3.60 grade point average.
Personal: Daughter of Cui Fenglan, Ding Ziwen. Born Aug. 24, 1979. Major is management.