Name: Kendra Lancaster
Sport: Sitting Volleyball
Position: Outside Hitter
Height: 5’7”
Birthplace: Indianapolis, Ind.
Hometown: Westfield, Ind.
High School: Westfield Washington High School (Indiana)
College: Purdue University (BA in animal sciences; MA in youth development and agricultural education)
Paralympic Experience
  • 2012 Paralympic Games (Silver medal)
  • 2008 Paralympic Games (Silver medal)
  • 2004 Paralympic Games (Bronze medal)
World Championship Experience
  • 2010 World Championship (Silver medal)
Other Career Highlights
  • Served as team captain as the U.S. Women won the silver medal at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London
  • Helped U.S. Women to 4-0 record and a gold medal at the 2012 Volleyball Masters in The Netherlands
  • Missed much of the 2011 season after being seriously injured in a car accident in May
  • Appeared in 24 sets at the 2010 Sitting Volleyball World Championships where she tallied 12 service aces, 0.50 per set, good enough for fourth place among the U.S. Women
  • Was 17 when she won a bronze medal in sitting volleyball at the 2014 Paralympic Games in Athens
Personal: Born Kendra Lynn Lancaster in 1987, in Indianapolis, Ind.... Parents are Kent and Karen Lancaster... Has one sister, Kelsie... Married to Ben Hall... Born without a left arm... Played standing volleyball, soccer and basketball while growing up