Connor Lammey

USA Volleyball

Connor Lammey

Home/Birthplace: West Grove, Pa./West Chester, Pa.
Birth Year: 1995
Position: Middle Blocker
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 190
Club Team/Coach: Tampa Bay Juniors/Randy Dagostino
High School/Grad Year: Avon Grove High School/2013
College Status: Lewis University, signed

PERSONAL: Born Connor Joseph Lammey on March 27, 1995 to parents John and Teresa… Has two sisters, Cara (1981) and Hannah (2001)… Has a brother, Brendan (1993), who plays volleyball for St. Francis University… Connor’s favorite food is fettuccine alfredo… His favorite type of music is hip-hop… His favorite movie is Transformers… His hobbies include playing volleyball and working out… His favorite professional sports team is the Los Angeles Lakers... Connor's favorite athlete and most admired person is Jameer Nelson because he overcame hardship to become a well-known and respected player in the NBA... The happiest moment in Connor's life was qualifying for the World Championships with the U.S. Boys' Youth National Team.

USA VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: 2013 - Selected to the U.S. Boys' Youth National Team. 2012 - Member of the U.S. Boys’ Youth National Team that finished third at NORCECA... Participated in the High Performance Youth Holiday Camp. 2011 - Played on the High Performance Select A1 Team… Participated in the High Performance Youth Holiday Camp. 2010 - Played on the High Performance Select A1 Team… Participated in the High Performance Youth Holiday Camp. 2009 - Participated in the High Performance Select A2 Camp.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB HIGHLIGHTS: Connor played on the varsity team at Avon Grove High School and was named to the First Team All-League in his freshman, sophomore and senior years... Played for the Yorktowne Volleyball Club from 2010-2012, and qualified for Junior Nationals at the Open level all three years. 2013 - Member of the Tampa Bay Juniors team that qualified for Junior Nationals at the Open level. 2012 - Named to Volleyball Magazine's "Underclassmen to Watch" list.

Updated June 2013.

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