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Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon At 18, the youngest member of the 2020 U.S. Paralympic Sitting Team
  • Volleyball icon Only high school player on Team USA's 2019 World ParaVolley World Super 6 squad that won gold
  • Volleyball icon Started training with the U.S. Women's National Sitting Volleyball Team at age 14 in 2017, then earned a spot on the top national team in 2019 while still a sophomore in high school
  • Volleyball icon Also plays standing volleyball with Southside Volleyball Club in Salem, Oregon


  • 2020 Tokyo Paralympics - Gold
  • flag icon 2020 Exhibitions vs Brazil at Colorado Crossroads
  • Medal 2019 2019 World ParaVolley World Super 6 - Gold
  • flag icon 2019 Exhibitions vs Canada at Colorado Crossroads
  • flag icon 2019 Exhibitions vs. Russia at USAV Open Nationals
  • flag icon 2018 Exhibitions vs Canada at USAV Open Nationals

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Involved with Challenged Athletes Foundation
  • Volleyball icon Born with only three toes on her right leg. Her femur was shorter and her leg was also shorter. She the option of amputation or keeping it and living her life in a wheelchair. Her decided to amputate. She had her right foot amputated at 9 months old and got her first prosthetic at 11 months.
  • Volleyball icon Volunteers at the elementary school her mother Linda teaches at and volunteers through the leadership program at her high school (South Salem HS)
  • Volleyball icon Works in the nursery at her church
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Jeff and Linda Flood, Sisters' names are Lindsay and Maggie Flood
  • What was your path to Women's Sitting Volleyball National Team?"I was introduced to sitting volleyball through a summer camp in Ohio in 2016. Shortly after I started training in the National Team A2 program and about a year later I started training with the national team in November of 2017. I joined the national team in 2019."
  • Who is someone you most admire?"My mom because she has always been my role model in life and has taught me how to lead a good life and to always be confident with who I am."
  • What is your happiest moment?"Seeing my mom beat breast cancer."