Name: Kelly Reeves
Sport: Volleyball
Discipline(s): Beach Volleyball, Volleyball
Height: 6-0
Birthplace: Los Angeles, Calif.
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
High School: Cathedral Catholic High School (San Diego)
College: UCLA, '13 history
Team/Club: Encinitas Wave
Other Career Highlights
  • At her international debut in 2016, won NORCECA Guatemala; has two NORCECA gold medals and five podium finishes
  • Won an indoor NCAA National Championship at UCLA in 2011
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  • In 2017, finished 17th in her lone FIVB World Tour event; twice finished third-place on the AVP Tour
  • Played in her first FIVB World Tour event in 2016, finishing 33rd
  • In her debut season in 2016, finished on the podium in all five NORCECA tournaments, all with partner Ali McColloch
  • Made her debut on the AVP Tour in 2016, playing in six tournaments, top finish of fifth on two occasions; named Newcomer of the Year
  • 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 indoor 2013 Pan American Cup Team
  • Played indoor and sand at UCLA
  • Was an outside hitter at UCLA and was First Team All Pac-12 in 2011 during the school's indoor National Championship season
  • Named a 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
Personal: 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...Mother was an All-American at UCLA; has three other family members who also attended UCLA...Led Encinitas WAVE to bronze medal at USA Volleyball Girls' Junior National Championships in 17 Open and named all-tournament; doing the same but for gold at the 16 Open level...Played both indoor and beach volleyball as a youth and later in college at UCLA...Teamed with U.S. Women's National Team athlete Natalie Hagglund to win the 2008 USA Junior Beach Open Championships U16 title