Inspiring USC Girls Volleyball Player Kendall Bateman

USC Girls Volleyball Player Kendall BatemanUSC Girls Volleyball Player Kendall Bateman

Improve Your Volleyball: What makes you special?


Improve Your Volleyball interviews USC girls volleyball player Kendall 

Bateman.


When I think of what makes me special, I have to say that my family

is what makes me special.


My parents, Jane and Steve, have supported me in every way possible.


My older sister, Kelsey, has taught be to always be thankful for what I

have and to give all that I have in anything that I do.


My twin brother Stephen has taught me to relax and help keep a positive

attitude.


Improve Your Volleyball: What accessories and/or equipment help you play your best?

 

My favorite piece of equipment that helps me play my best is the foam

roller in the training room. It helps me prepare for practice and takes

care of any soreness I might be feeling.


What pregame habits, rituals, or superstitions do you have to do before every game?

 

After a few ankle injuries my freshman year, I get my ankles taped

before every game.


My superstition is that I have to have my trainer tape my right foot and

then my left or else we have to start over.




 Improve Your Volleyball: What pregame habits, rituals, or superstitions do you have to do before every game?


My grandparents inspire me to play well in each volleyball match that

play. I am lucky to have grandparents from both sides of my family

living in Southern California and able to come to my games at USC.


They are the most supportive fans and I know they will be proud of

me now matter what. They love volleyball and I am so appreciative to

have them at my games.


What did inspiring USC girls volleyball player
Kendall Bateman do this week? 


Kendall Bateman was voted the Pac 12 Conference Offensive

Volleyball Player of the Week by the leagues head volleyball

coaches.


Kendall Bateman posted two 40+ assists matches averaging 13.83

assists per set against both Stanford and Cal Berkeley

 

Against last year's NCAA volleyball tournament finalist Cal Bears she had

42 assists, seven digs and two blocks, while leading the offense to a

.271 hitting percentage.

 

Against Stanford, she garnered 41 assists, nine digs and one block,

helping the Women of Troy extend their win streak to four matches.

 

With the victories, USC jumped up to No. 5 in this week’s AVCA Coaches

poll after being ranked No. 12 previously.

 

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and other players in the pages below.

 

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Iowa State Cyclones Volleyball Player Hannah Willms

University of Kansas Volleyball Player Tayler Tolefree


LSU Womens Volleyball Player Meghan Mannari

TCU Volleyball Player Kristen Hester


Xavier University Volleyball Player Aubree Smith

College Player Amanda Vialpando


UC Irvine Volleyball Player Kristin Winkler

UCF Volleyball Player Rachel Vukson

Texas State University Volleyball Player Amari Deardorff

University of Miami Volleyball Player Lane Carico


Hofstra University Volleyball Player Kelsie Wills

University of Dayton Volleyball Player Rachel Krabacher

University of Dayton Volleyball Player Megan Campbell

UWM Volleyball Player Morgan Potter

Cal Poly Volleyball Player Jennifer Keddy

College Volleyball Player Carly Sahagian

Colorado State Womens Volleyball Player Katelyn Steffan

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Inspiring USC Girls Volleyball Player Kendall Bateman

Lamar University Volleyball Player Sierra Whitaker

Liberty Volleyball Player Lillie Happel

Liberty Volleyball Player Loren Thomas

Long Island University: Annika Foit

Michigan Girls Volleyball Players Lexi Dannemiller

Northern Illinois University: Lauren Wicinski

Penn State Girls Volleyball Player Katie Slay

ULM: Marcela Urbina

University of Denver Faimie Kingsley

University of Houston: Katie Norris

University of Memphis: Hajnalka Molnar




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