Hometown: Pendleton, Ind.
Birth Year: 1969
Position: Middle hitter/libero
Height: 6-3
Weight: 175
Residence: Pendleton, Ind.

MAJOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION: 2013 - ParaVolley Pan American Sitting Volleyball Zonal Championships in Edmond, Okla. (silver). 1996 – Paralympic Games in Atlanta, Ga.

PERSONAL: Born Steven Randall Doudt on January 6, 1969 in Fort Wayne, Ind. …. Parents are Roger Doudt and Cinda Lambert… Has one sister, Kim… Is married to Sherri Doudt… Steve and Sherri have three children, Matt Johns (1988), Casey (1995) and Jason (2002). A fourth son, Tyler (1998), is deceased… Graduated in 1987 from New Haven High School in New Haven, Ind. … Steve lost his leg in a motorcycle accident in 1993… Favorite food is anything grilled… Favorite music is Christian contemporary… Favorite book is The Bible… Favorite professional sports team is the Indianapolis Colts and his favorite athlete is Michael Jordan… Hobbies include hunting, camping, being outdoors and home improvement… Steve is retired U.S. Air Force Special Ops… Spent 10 years with the Indiana Pacers’ wheelchair basketball team and has been an official for the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) since 2004… In 2002, Steve was nationally selected as the Rehab Hospital of Indiana Athlete of the Year... He most admires his wife because of, “her ability to love, care, strive to be successful, her relationship with God, her ability to forgive others and the way she always puts others before herself.” … The happiest moments in his life were the births of his children.

Updated November 2013.