Hermosa Beach, Calif.
Long Beach State
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MOST NOTABLE Was an alternate on the 2004 U.S. Women’s Indoor National Team
Won a bronze medal with the U.S. Women’s National Team in 2003 Pan American Games, silver with the WNT at the 2004 Pan American Cup and won a gold medal with the U.S. Women at the 2003 NORCECA Championship
Top FIVB finishes all came in 2013 with partner Lauren Fendrick. Duo finished fifth three times (Sao Paulo, Long Beach, Stare Jablonki) on the World Tour
Won the 2016 AVP Manhattan Beach Open with Emily Day, her best finish on the domestic tour
DID YOU KNOWTied for 17th in first FIVB event with Emily Day in 2016 and since Oct. 2014
On the 2016 AVP Tour, placed second in Seattle and third in New York with Jennifer Fopma; tied for third with Emily Day in San Francisco then with Day won the Manhattan Beach Open
Tied for 25th at the Cincinnati Open, her and Fopma's sixth Top 25 finish in 2016
Tied for 25th at the Xiamen Open and ninth in Fortaleza and Sochi with Fopma for their second and third T10 finishes of the year
Started the 2016 FIVB World Tour tying for ninth at the Puerto Vallarta Open with Jennifer Fopma. Duo followed with a ninth-place finish in Vitoria in March
Opened the 2015 FIVB World Tour at the Fuzhou Open with partner Heather McGuire, going 2-0 in qualification but eliminated in main draw pool play to tie for 25th.
Finished ninth at the World Tour Prague Open with McGuire and 25th in St. Petersburg
With Jennifer Fopma, placed ninth at the Long Beach Grand Slam and 25th in Olsztyn, Poland and Rio
Finished third at the 2015 AVP Seattle Open with Misty May-Treanor and at the AVP Championships
Top finish on the 2014 World Tour was ninth in her one FIVB event with Emily Day (Xiamen, China)
With Lauren Fendrick, competed in seven AVP events, taking second in Salt Lake City and Huntington Beach and third in four events.
Finished second on NORCECA Boca Chica with Summer Ross and third in Guatemala City with Emily Day in 2013.
In 2013, competed in 11 FIVB events, nine with Lauren Fendrick who she took fifth with at three events.
Partnered with Angie Akers in 10 FIVB World Tour events during 2012, their best finish in Stare Jablonki at 17th. Best FIVB finish was with Emily Day, finishing 13th in Thailand.
With Akers, placed third on the Jose Cuervo event in Fort Lauderdale and with Branagh third in Manhattan Beach.
Had four different partners in 12 World Tour events in 2011. With Kerri Walsh Jennings, placed sevent in Poland. With Lisa Rutledge, finished ninth at the Olympic test event in London.
In 2011, with Lisa Rutledge took gold at the Wide Open event in Siesta Key
Best finish on the AVP Tour in 2010 came with Dianne DeNecochea, placing second in Santa Barbara.
With partner Jennifer Fopma, competed in 15 AVP events during 2009 with a best finish of second coming in Brooklyn.
Between 2008 and 2004, competed in 43 AVP events, with her best finish of fifth in 2007 with Keao Burdine.
Three-time All Big West honoree and second-team All-American at Long Beach State
Graduated from Long Beach State with a degree in broadcast journalism and marketing
Father, Brian, played for the Denver Nuggest and coached college baseball. Mom, Carmen, played DII volleyball and basketball at Southern Colorado. Brother Luke played baseball for Tennessee and was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2006 first-year player draft and made his MLB debut with the Kansas City Royals. In 2015, Luke won the World Series and was the pitcher of record in the title-claiming game
2015 - Heather (Hughes) McGuire, Misty May-Treanor
2014 - Lane Carico, Heather Hughes, Emily Day
2013 – Lauren Fendrick, Emily Day, Summer Ross
2012 – Angie Akers, Emily Day, Nicole Branagh
2011 – Nicole Branagh, Lisa Rutledge, Jennifer Fopma
2010 – Dianne DeNecochea, Jaimi Gregory
2009 – Jennifer Fopma, Jenny Kropp
2008 – Keao Burdine, Jennifer Fopma
2007 – Lauren Fendrick, Keao Burdine, Holly McPeak
2006 – Angie Akers, Logan Tom
2005 – Krystal Jackson, Kimberly Coleman, Paula Roca
2004 – Sarah Drury
Updated July, 2016