Debbie Green Vargas.
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Debbie was the starting setter on the 1984 Olympic volleyball team and the first American woman in that position to win a silver medal during the Los Angeles Olympiade.
Watch as Debbie and the USA National volleyball team compete in the 1982 World Championships against future Olympic gold medalists Peru.
Green becomes the youngest All-American at age 16
Highly Acclaimed as the Best Setter in USA Womens Volleyball History
Throughout her youth, Debbie Green spent her spare moments playing volleyball, practicing it endlessly, performing in hundreds of matches, forfeiting her social life so she could perfect her skills as a setter.
"I never went to a prom or to movies like other high school girls did," she says.
"My entire life was volleyball. I'd play six days a week, with Monday the only day I'd take off."
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Volleyball passing is the way to contact the ball with your forearms to guide it to your setter or over the net so developing a good forearm pass is crucial.