Hometown: Manhattan Beach, Calif.
Birth Year: 1990
Height: 5-10
Resides: Manhattan Beach, Calif.
College: Miami / Georgia State
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  • Earned six bronze medals out of seven events on the 2014 AVP Tour, two with Brittany Hochevar and four with Kim DiCello
  • Finished fourth at the 2014 FIVB Xiamen Open and third at the NORCECA event in Chula Vista, Calif., with Kim DiCello
  • 2013 AVP Newcomer of the Year
  • Won the 2016 AVP Seattle Open with Summer Ross, her first AVP title


  • On the 2016 AVP Tour with Summer Ross placed: second at Manhattan Beach, third at San Francisco, second at New York City, first in Seattle and third in Huntington Beach
  • Tied for 17th at the Moscow Grand Slam with Summer Ross, then ninth at the Gstaad Major and 17th in Klagenfurt
  • In their fourth and fifth T10 finishes of the season, with Ross, duo finished ninth in back-to-back tournaments at the Fortaleza Open and Cincinnati Open
  • Duo placed 25th at the Maceio and Xiamen Opens, followed with a fifth-place showing in Fuzhou for their best finish of 2016 to date
  • Opened the 2015 season tying for ninth at the FIVB World Tour Fuzhou Open with Kim DiCello. Added 25th-place finishes in Prague and St. Petersburg
  • Partnered with Summer Ross, pair took ninth at the Yokohama Grand Slam, 25th at Long Beach and 17th at the Xiamen Open
  • Had her best 2015 FIVB World Tour finish with Ross, finishing with consecutive fifth-place showings at the Rio Open and Sochi Open
  • Placed second at the 2015 AVP Seattle Open with Summer Ross, her best finish on the AVP Tour and their first event together in AVP competition
  • With Ross, tied for third at the 2015 AVP Manhattan Beach Open and Chicago
  • “Winning an AVP award was a great feeling because it signified to me that I am making progress in the pursuit of my goals,” Carico told The Beach Reporter. “It actually motivates me to achieve my goals because I don’t want to be the best newcomer on the domestic tour, I want to be the best on the domestic tour and someday the best in the world.”
  • Two-time AVCA All-American, 2011 ACC Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the University of Miami indoor program; finished her four years as the university’s all-time leader in kills (1,698) and points (1,915.5) and was the first player at Miami to register 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs.
  • Earned three gold, two silver and one bronze on the 2013 NORCECA Circuit
  • One of 10 national finalists for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award in 2011, which honors seniors who excel in the community, classroom, character and competition.
  • 2012 AVCA All-American for the Georgia State sand program as a graduate student in her fifth year of eligibility
  • Has participated in several USAV High Performance programs, including the Beach Elite Development team and the U26 team
  • Member of the Under-19 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships in Poland and the 2013 World University Games
  • Earned a degree in Exercise Physiology at Miami, was a four-time Dean’s List honoree (3.5 GPA)
  • Participated in Habitat for Humanity; Dig Pink, a breast cancer awareness event; and Women and Girls in Sport Day.
  • Led Mira Costa High School (Manhattan Beach, Calif.) to a perfect 37-0 record and to the school's fourth-straight championship in 2007
  • Enjoys hiking and camping, reggae and classic rock … “I absolutely love the ocean … It’s like you have nothing to worry about if you’re in the water or at the beach.”
  • Family has a small beach court in front of their home in Manhattan Beach.

Lane Carico

Can Lane become an Olympian? Three-time Olympian Holly McPeak thinks so, if not Rio, then by Tokyo in 2020. “Absolutely. She has stood out from the beginning for me. She’s really quick defensively, has really good instincts and is awesome offensively. She can hammer it and has good range. I like her attitude. She wants it, and she doesn’t make excuses for stuff. She’s hungry.”

“I absolutely admired and loved the sport as a kid growing up in Manhattan Beach,” Carico told The Beach Reporter. “If anybody would have asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up while I was in junior high or high school, I would have said a professional beach volleyball player. It blows my mind that this has come true.”

Updated July, 2016