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CareerTimeline

Most Notable

  • Four-time Olympian indoors, two-time medalist (gold in 2008, bronze in 2016)
  • Finished fourth among all scorers and second among U.S. scorers at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games with 112 points on 93 kills, 10 blocks and nine aces
  • Played an important roll off the bench in the bronze-medal match of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
  • Volleyball icon Tore his ACL in 2014 and missed a year of competition
  • Volleyball icon Won the 2008 World League, took silver in 2012 and bronze in 2007
  • Volleyball icon Named USAV Men's Player of the Year in 2012
  • Made his Olympic debut in 2004 in Athens. Finished 11th overall in scoring. Was an alternate on the 2000 Olympic Team
  • Volleyball icon Won the 2019 Manhattan Beach Open with Trevor Crabb
  • Volleyball icon Played in 11 FIVB beach events in 2019 with Theo Bruner. Best finish was 2nd in Kuala Lumpur
  • Volleyball icon Played in four FIVB beach events in 2018 with Jeremy Casebeer. Best finish was 17th in Huntington Beach
  • Volleyball icon Played in three 2018 NORCECA beach events with Troy Field. Won two silvers and a bronze
  • Volleyball icon Two-time AVCA All-American at Loyola Marymount

Events

  • flag 2019 FIVB Sydney - 9th with Theo Brunner
  • Medal 2019 FIVB Kuala Lumpur - 2nd with Theo Brunner
  • flag 2019 FIVB Itapema - 5th with Theo Brunner
  • flag 2019 FIVB Espinho - 9th with Theo Brunner
  • Medal 2018 NORCECA Varadero - 3rd with Troy Fields
  • Medal 2018 NORCECA La Paz - 2nd with Troy Fields
  • Medal 2018 NORCECA Aguascalientes - 2nd with Troy Fields
  • flag 2018 FIVB Huntington Beach - 17th with Jeremy Casebeer
  • 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games - Bronze
  • flag 2013 FIVB Grand Champions Cup - 5th
  • 2012 London Olympic Games - 5th
  • Medal 2012 NORCECA Continental Olympic Qualifier - Gold
  • Medal 2012 FIVB World League - Silver
  • flag 2011 FIVB World Cup - 6th
  • flag 2010 FIVB World Championship - 10th
  • Medal 2008 NORCECA Continental Olympic Qualifier - Gold
  • Medal 2008 FIVB World League - Gold
  • 2008 Beijing Olympic Games - Gold
  • Medal 2007 FIVB World League - Bronze
  • flag 2007 FIVB World Cup - 4th
  • flag 2006 FIVB World Championship - 6th
  • 2004 Athens Olympic Games - 4th

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon William Reid Priddy born in 1977
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Ken and Sharon Priddy... Has three sisters, Brooke, Kara and Dylan
  • Volleyball icon Married Lindsay Pierce in 2007... Has two children Caden (2010) and Scarlett (2015)
  • Volleyball icon Started volleyball after his family moved from Richmond, Va., to Florida, where he tried it in a summer-school PE class
  • Volleyball icon When his family moved to Phoenix in 1994, he played at Mountain Pointe during the state's first year of varsity boys volleyball
  • Volleyball icon Graduated from LMU with a degree in communications in 2000
  • Volleyball icon Shortly after Priddy graduated, LMU dropped its men's volleyball program
  • Volleyball icon Has played professionally indoors in Greece, Russia, Turkey and Italy
  • Volleyball icon Offers the Max Potential Mindset Course at reidpriddy.com

 

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