Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 6-0
Hometown/Residence: San Diego, California/San Diego, California
Birth Date: April 8, 1992
Club Team: Encinitas WAVE (San Diego, Calif.) / Jeanne Reeves
High School/Grad Year: Cathedral Catholic High School (San Diego, Calif.) / 2010
College: UCLA
Joined Team: January 2014

Most Notable

  • Won her first beach volleyball event with Ali McColloch at the NORCECA Guatemala City tournament on March 13, 2016. Has two gold with McColloch (Costa Rica)
  • Served as captain of Team USA that won NORCECA World Championship Qualification event that qualified the U.S. into the 2014 FIVB World Championship
  • Reserve on the 2013 Pan American Cup Team
  • Named 2013 AVCA Collegiate Sand Volleyball All-American, the first ever in UCLA history
  • Served as captain of the 2011 U.S. Women's Junior National Team that finished fourth at the FIVB Women's Junior World Championship in Peru

Did You Know

  • On the 2016 NORCECA Tour with McColloch, has finished in the Top 3 at: Guatemala City (1st), Guaymas (3rd), La Paz (2nd), Tamarindo (1st), North Bay (3rd)
  • In her first professional career beach event, won the NORCECA Guatemala City tournament with partner Ali McColloch, also their first tournament together
  • Recipient of the Senior Class Award, the nation's premier award for NCAA Senior Student-Athletes
  • Served as team captain of UCLA's volleyball team
  • She served as the UCLA team video correspondent on The Reeves Report, the video blog produced every week for UCLABruins.com
  • Was coached by her mother Jeanne Reeves, who was a member of the 1984 U.S. Olympic Women's Volleyball Team that won silver at the 1984 Olympics
  • Led Encinitas WAVE to bronze medal at USA Volleyball Girls' Junior National Championships in 17 Open and named all-tournament
  • Led Encinitas WAVE to gold medal at USA Volleyball Girls' Junior National Championships in 16 Open and named all-tournament
  • Played both indoor and beach volleyball as a youth and later in college at UCLA
  • Teamed with current U.S. Women's National Team athlete Natalie Hagglund to win the 2008 USA Junior Beach Open Championships 16-and-Under title

Updated July, 2016