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CareerTimeline

Most Notable

  • Volleyball icon Current partner is Sarah Sponcil
  • Volleyball icon Former FIVB partners include: Irene Pollock (2019) and Kelly Reeves (2020-21)
  • Volleyball icon 2019 FIVB and international debut
  • Volleyball icon Played her freshman season indoors at Georgetown University before transferring to USC to play beach
  • Volleyball icon Played as a graduate student in 2019, posting a 24-9 mark with Sammy Slater as USC advanced to the title match
  • Volleyball icon Won the NCAA title with USC in 2016 and 2017; scored the final kill in the 2017 championship match against Pepperdine
  • Volleyball icon Was 31-9 as a senior with partners Abril Bustamante and Sammy Slater
  • Volleyball icon Participated in the Team USA High Performance pipeline

Events

  • Medal 2021 FIVB Itapema - Bronze with Sara Hughes
  • Medal 2021 FIVB Nijmegen - Gold with Delaney Mewhirter
  • Medal 2021 FIVB Cervia - Silver with Molly Turner
  • Medal 2020 FIVB Siem Reap - Silver with Kelly Reeves
  • flag 2019 FIVB Qidong - T9th with Irene Pollock
  • flag 2019 FIVB Edmonton - T9th with Irene Pollock
  • flag 2019 FIVB Chetumal - T25th with Sara Hughes
  • Medal 2017 USAV Collegiate Beach Championships - Silver with Nicolette Martin
  • Medal 2016 USAV Beach Collegiate Challenge - Bronze in the bronze bracket

Personal Highlights

  • Volleyball icon Born in 1995
  • Volleyball icon Parents are Jim and Mary Cannon; father played basketball at John Carroll University
  • Volleyball icon Has two sisters, Maryn (Terese's twin) and Hannah
  • Volleyball icon Received her bachelor's degree in accounting
  • Volleyball icon 2014 High School Academic All-American
  • Volleyball icon Two-time runner-up for the New York Gatorade Player of the Year
  • Volleyball icon Played for Paradigm Volleyball Club
  • On her goal for 2021“This year, the whole goal for the whole year was to get better. I wanted to get better. As hard as it is to go into a tournament — you want to win every tournament — but my mindset was I’m going to work hard and I’m going to get better."