Hometown: Laguna Beach, Calif.
Birth Year: 1983
Resides: Laguna Beach, Calif.
College: UC Irvine
View Whitney's complete results at BVBInfo.com
- Opened the 2015 season winning the NORCECA Continental Tour Cayman Islands with Jenny Kropp
- Placed fourth at the 2013 FIVB World Championship in Stare Jablonki, Poland, with April Ross
- Pavlik and Kropp won the Manhattan Beach Open in 2011 and 2012, when it was part of the Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Tour. In 2013, Pavlik won Manhattan Beach with Kerri Walsh Jennings when it was part of the AVP Tour.
- Named 2008 AVP Rookie of the Year after placing in the top 10 in 10 out of 15 tournaments in which she competed.
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- Top international performances in 2014 included two ninth-place finishes with Fopma in Puerto Vallarta and Gstaad. Placed second at NORCECA Chula Vista with Sara Hughes.
- Medaled at three AVP Tour events in 2014, second and third with Heather Hughes, and third with Jennifer Fopma.
- Pavlik's best FIVB finish is third with Jennifer Kessy at the 2013 Durban Open in South Africa
- Played in six FIVB events in 2013 with four different partners
- Pavlik and Kropp placed second in the 2013 NORCECA Circuit events in Cayman Islands and Guatemala
- Won the 2013 NORCECA Circuit event in Toluca, Mexico with Emily Day
- With Kerri Walsh Jennings, finished second at the 2013 AVP event in Cincinnati and third in Atlantic City and St. Petersburg
- Pavlik and partner Jenny Kropp won NORCECA Circuit events in Guatemala in 2011 and 2012
- Made her AVP debut in 2006 and he FIVB debut in 2008
- Pavlik and Kropp won all six open events on the 2012 Jose Cuervo Pro Beach Tour
- Played for University of Montana 2002-04
- Transferred from the University of Montana to UC Irvine and played libero and outside hitter at Irvine in 2004 and middle blocker in '05.
- Holds Irvine record for best hitting percentage in a single match and recorded the third-best hitting percentage in history.
- Attended Mater Dei High School
"I definitely like long-term partners. After this year (2013) I don't want to be switching around. I want to have that set partner to make a run at the next Olympics." – Whitney Pavlik in the LA Daily News
Updated April, 2015
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