USA Volleyball’s response to COVID-19 and guidelines toward Return to Play.

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CareerTimeline

Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon Member of U.S. Women's National Team since 2014
  • Volleyball icon Moved from outside hitter to libero in 2018 and moved back in 2019
  • Volleyball icon Has played professionally in China, Puerto Rico, Italy and Turkey
  • Volleyball icon AVCA First Team All-American at Nebraska in 2013
  • Volleyball icon Also represented U.S. on Women's Collegiate National Team in 2011

Events

  • Medal 2019 FIVB World Cup - Silver; Best Outside Hitter; Best Receiver
  • 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - Gold
  • flag 2018 FIVB World Championship
  • 2018 FIVB Volleyball Nations League Final Round - Gold
  • 2016 Olympic Games - Bronze
  • Medal 2016 FIVB World Grand Prix - Silver
  • Medal 2016 NORCECA Olympic Qualification Tournament - Gold; Best Receiver
  • Medal 2015 FIVB World Cup - Bronze
  • Medal 2015 FIVB World Grand Prix - Gold
  • Medal 2014 FIVB World Championship - Gold
  • Medal 2014 Montreux Volley Masters - Silver; made U.S. Women's National Team debut

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1992
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Sue and Mike Robinson
  • Volleyball icon Played three years at Tennessee before transferring to Nebraska

 

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  • On handling pressure-packed situations"I try to prepare for that the same way I would for any other match. The one thing I do that always brings me back to the moment is breathing. I really focus on my breath, I focus on being present in the moment and my task on hand. Everything else just fades away and it becomes me in this moment right here trying to get that next point. That’s what gives me confidence to go into a final and perform really well because I’ve done the work already. I’ve done it time and time again. It just feels normal to me."