Famous College Girl Volleyball Players Best of '10 Where Are They Now?
The best college volleyball players were named to the 2010 AVCA All American list. That was nine years ago! Let's find out what some of them are doing now!
Rachael Adams one of the 2010 famous college girl volleyball players is a 2020 Olympics hopeful.
The famous college girl volleyball players included on this list are all AVCA 2010 All American award winners.
Every year the AVCA which stands for the American Volleyball Coaches Association votes on the best college volleyball players that they believe should be selected to their All-American teams.
Chosen by the nine-member AVCA Division I All-America Committee, each year three All American teams are named, each with fourteen female college volleyball players named to each list.
In addition there are two more volleyball awards announced...there is a Freshman Player of the Year and a National Female Volleyball Player of the Year award named as well.
2010 was a huge year for many of the best collegiate volleyball players many of whom today are big name professional indoor volleyball players, 2020 Olympics hopefuls and pro beach volleyball players.
Let's find out what everyone is doing nine years later.
Where are they now?
Famous College Girl Volleyball Players Rachael Adams
Famous College Girl Volleyball Players Best of '10 Where Are They Now? Rachael Adams
The University of Texas, Middle Blocker, Junior, 6' 2" Cincinnati, Ohio
AVCA All American 2010
AVCA All American 2011
2016 USA Volleyball Female Indoor Most Improved Player of the Year
2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist
“I had many setbacks during the summer of 2015, and during those moments I was left with a choice to make: to either let the setbacks defeat me or keep pushing, trust my process and hold my vision of where I want to be.
One of my favorite quotes says, ‘I am thankful for my struggle because without it, I wouldn't have stumbled upon my strength.’ These times weren't easy, but they shaped me into the person I needed to be and gave me strength I needed to have in order to be the player I was for my team in Rio."