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  • Volleyball icon Member of U.S. Women's National Team since 2016
  • Volleyball icon In 2021, named Best Libero at the Tokyo Olympic Games and the FIVB Volleyball Nations League
  • Volleyball icon Has played professionally in Germany since 2019
  • Volleyball icon Won NCAA DI title with Nebraska in 2015...two-time AVCA First Team All-American (2015 and 2016)
  • Volleyball icon Also represented U.S. on Beach Youth National Team


  • flag icon 2023 FIVB Road to Paris Olympic Qualifier
  • Medal 2023 NORCECA Continental Championship – Silver
  • flag icon 2023 Volleyball Nations League Final - 4th
  • flag icon 2023 Volleyball Nations League Weeks One and Three
  • flag icon 2022 World Championship - 4th
  • flag icon 2022 USAV Cup Friendlies vs. Türkiye
  • flag icon 2022 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - 5th (lost to Serbia in quarterfinals)
  • flag icon 2022 FIVB Volleyball Nations League - Weeks Two and Three
  • 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games - Gold; Best Libero
  • Medal 2021 FIVB Volleyball Nations League - Gold; Best Libero
  • Medal 2019 NORCECA Women's Continental Championship - Silver; Best Digger
  • Medal 2019 FIVB World Cup - Silver
  • Medal 2019 Pan American Cup - Gold; Best Libero
  • Medal 2018 Pan American Cup - Gold
  • Medal 2018 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - Gold
  • Medal 2017 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup - Bronze
  • Medal 2017 Pan American Cup - Gold
  • Medal 2016 Pan American Cup - Bronze; made U.S. Women's National Team
  • flag icon 2011 FIVB Beach Volleyball Swatch Youth World Championship - played with partner Sara Hughes

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1995
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Winnie Wong and Robbie Orantes
  • Volleyball icon Majored in child, youth and family studies
  • Volleyball icon Was youngest known player to ever earn a AAA CBVA rating after winning a AAA beach tournament at the age of 12 with partner Summer Ross
  • Volleyball icon Played club ball at Mizuno Long Beach
  • On what she looks for while watching film“I like to watch the servers and see what they do, their strategies, their tendencies. Just some serve receive so you can mentally prepare yourself as to what’s going to happen during a game. Also important is watching your defense and your movements on defense. Seeing if you need to go to a specified spot on defense whether they’re in-system or out-of-system. Just watching yourself. For me, watching film is so important and part of my game because I’m more of a visual learner, so watching myself do things I’m not sure I’m doing right or maybe I need to improve on is so huge.”