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Lauren Fendrick

Volleyball

Lauren Fendrick

Hometown: Carlsbad, Calif.
Birth Year: 1982
Resides: Carlsbad, Calif.
Height: 6-1
College: UCLA
Web Site: www.laurenfendrick.com
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MOST NOTABLE

  • Name AVP's Best Blocker in 2014
  • Finished the 2014 season ranked 23rd on the World Tour and 21st in technical rankings with partner Brooke Sweat
  • In the summer of 1998, Fendrick was the kill leader while playing on the U.S. Girls’ Youth National Team
  • Received her law degree from USC and has passed the bar exam.
  • Was a dual sport athlete at UCLA her freshman year, playing softball and volleyball

DID YOU KNOW
  • With partner Brooke Sweat, was one of four women's teams to play in Melhores do Mundo, USA vs Brazil in Rio de Janeiro in late February 2015.
  • In 2014, advanced to Round 3 at the World Series of Beach Volleyball and Stavanger, Round 2 at The Hague Transavia Grand Slam, Shanghai and Moscow all with Brooke Sweat.
  • On the AVP Tour in 2014, Fendrick and Sweat finished second in five events and third in one.
  • In 2013, Played in 11 FIVB events, the first two with Nicole Branagh, then partnered with Brittany Hochevar. Best finishes were fifth places at Stare Jablonki, Poland, Long Beach, Calif. and Sao Paulo, Brazil with Hochevar. Was second in blocks on the World Tour (1.02 per game). With Hochevar, played in seven AVP events, taking second in Salt Lake City and Huntington Beach and finishing third in four other stops.
  • In the final 2012 FIVB event of the season, competed with Nicole Branagh and finished fourth at the Bangsaen Thailand Open. Competed in nine FIVB World Tour events with Brooke Niles (formerly Hanson), just missing qualifying for the second spot on the U.S. Olympic Team.
  • Finished the 2012 season in third place among U.S. teams trying to qualify for the Olympic Games. Took second and third at two Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Series events, one each with Brooke Niles and Rachel Scott.
  • In 2011, won the Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Series in Miami with Brooke Niles and the first NORCECA event of the season, in the Cayman Islands, and then advanced from the country quota and qualifier to reach the semifinals in the FIVB season opener in Brasilia, where they finished fourth. 
  • 2010, Lauren and Ashley Ivy competed in six FIVB events with their best finish a 13th in Seoul, Korea. With partner Brooke Hanson, competed in six FIVB events with their best finish ninth in Sanya, China. 
  • From 2008-09 with partner Ashley Ivy, competed in 12 FIVB World Tour events, best finishes were fourth and fifth in Phuket, Thailand in 09 and 08, respectively. The pair also played in 12 AVP events in 2009.
  • 2008, With Ashley Ivy competed in two FIVB Challenger and Satellite events and won both. Lauren and partner Keegan Featherstone finished 13th at the World University Championship in Hamburg, Germany. Partnered with Angela Knopf and Paula Roco for 11 and one AVP events, respectively.
  • 2007, Partnered with Claire D’Amore for one FIVB Challenger and Satellite event, finishing 17th.
  • In 2004, Lauren partnered with four different athletes through 10 AVP events, including future Olympian Nicole Branagh, whom she finished ninth with at Hermosa Beach.
  • Married to beach volleyball player and USC coach Andrew Fuller since 2013.
  • Graduated magna cum laude from UCLA in 2003 with a degree in communication studies. 
  • Received her law degree from USC and has passed the bar exam.

PARTNERS
2014-current -
Brooke Sweat
2013 – Brittany Hochevar, Nicole Branagh
2012 – Nicole Branagh, Brooke Niles (formerly Hanson), Rachel Scott 
2011 –
Brooke Hanson
2010
– Brooke Hanson, Ashley Ivy
2009 – Ashley Ivy
2008 – Paula Roca, Angela Knopf
2007 – Holly McPeak, Tammy Leible, Paula Roca, Brittany Hochevar
2006 – Heather Lowe, Tatiana Minello, Pat Keller, Ann Windes, Diane Pascua
2004 – Paula Roca, Nicole Branagh, Ashley Bowles, Daven Allison
2003 – Danalee Bragado-Corso, Julie Romias, Makalani Hovey

Updated April, 2015

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