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Position

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Hometown

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CareerTimeline

Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon Member of U.S. Women's National Team since 2018
  • Volleyball icon Earned USAV Female Indoor Co-Most Improved honors in 2019
  • Volleyball icon Has played professionally in Italy sine 2018
  • Volleyball icon AVCA First Team All-American in 2018 at Illinois
  • Volleyball icon Also represented U.S. on Women's Junior, Girls Youth National Teams

Events

  • Medal 2019 NORCECA Women's Continental Championship - Silver; Best Setter
  • Medal 2019 FIVB World Cup - Silver
  • 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - Gold
  • Medal 2018 Pan American Cup - Gold; made U.S. Women's National Team debut
  • Medal 2014 NORCECA Women's U20 Continental Championship - Gold; U.S. Women's Junior National Team
  • flag 2013 FIVB Women's U23 World Championship - U.S. Women's Junior National Team
  • Medal 2013 FIVB Women's U18 World Championship - Silver; U.S. Girls Youth National Team

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1997
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Rhonda and Bob Poulter...has one sister
  • Volleyball icon Won 2014 Andi Collins Award for nation's best high school setter
  • Volleyball icon Played club ball at Front Range Volleyball Club

 

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  • On her first half-year of professional volleyball in early 2019“It was a lot of firsts. Being submerged in a different culture that speaks a different language. It was a big learning curve for me that first half-season. I’m really happy that I did it because I got to go headfirst into it. I started playing right away, which got me some good experience and exposure in the Italian league. I think it was good to be able to have that experience and that higher level, that international level. I think that helped me going into the national team gym.”