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The bios below represent most, but not all, of the players who have trained with Team USA this season. Rosters change per event; please see the rosters page for more.

U.S. Women's National Team Bios

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Dec. 8: Women's Update: Hill, Ogbogu Win Gold at FIVB Club World Championship
Dec. 1: Women's Update: Open Tryouts, Books, Club Worlds
Dec. 1: Women's National Team Open Tryouts on Feb. 21-23

Nov. 24: Women's Update: Who Led Team USA in Stats in 2019
Nov. 18: Women's Update: Hill Sparks Conegliano to Italian Super Cup Title
Nov. 10: Women's Update: Lake Digs Record After Summer with National Team
Nov. 6: Wichita to Host U.S. Women's Home VNL Matches in 2020
Nov. 4: Women's Update: Jordan Thompson Sets NCAA Single Match Kill Record

Oct. 28: Women's Update: U.S. Women Beginning Overseas Pro Seasons
Oct. 22: Coaching Legend Mike Hebert Passes Away
Oct. 13: U.S. Women Take Silver at NORCECA
Oct. 12: Hill Leads U.S. Women Past Canada at NORCECA
Oct. 10: U.S. Women Sweep Dominican Republic at NORCECA
Oct. 9: Washington Perfect 10 as U.S. Women Sweep Mexico
Oct. 8: Middles Lead U.S. Women to Sweep of Trinidad & Tobago
Oct. 6: U.S. Women Want Strong Finish to 2019 at NORCECA
Oct. 2: U.S. Women Finalists for Team USA Best of September

Sept. 29: Drews, Robinson Named to World Cup Dream Team
Sept. 29: U.S. Women Defeat Korea, Claim World Cup Silver
Sept. 28: U.S. Women Sweep Cameroon for 9th World Cup win
Sept. 27: Kelsey Robinson Sparks U.S. Women Past Russia in World Cup
Sept. 24: U.S. Women Sweeps Dominican Republic to Return to World Cup Win Column
Sept. 23: U.S. Women Fall to China in Battle of Undefeated FIVB World Cup Teams
Sept. 22: U.S. Women Edge Japan in 5, Improve to 6-0 in World Cup
Sept. 19: U.S. Women Blank Brazil to Improve to 5-0 in FIVB World Cup
Sept. 18: U.S. Women Sweep Netherlands to Remain Undefeated at FIVB World Cup
Sept. 16: U.S. Women Down Argentina to Remain Undefeated at World Cup
Sept. 15: U.S. Women Block Serbia in 3-1 World Cup Win

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