Joe Campbell, Leader in Volleyball. Michelle Goodall, Leader in Volleyball. Michael Blalock, Referee Emeritus. Donna Wigton, Scorekeeper Emeritus. John Nelson, Junior Service Award - Outstanding Clinician Award. Loren Paulozzi, Junior Serivce Award - Outstanding Program Director. Bethani Hincherick, Junior Service Award - Outstanding Female Coach
Throughout 2021 the International Volleyball Hall of Fame and the volleyball community will celebrate 126 years of volleyball – a game that has grown tremendously on the global stage and positively impacted an immeasurable number of players, coaches and fans...
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He and his younger brother Nikola Grbić are the first brothers to both be inducted into the International Volleyball Hall of Fame. 2012: Peter Blangé: December, 9, 1964 Netherlands: Indoor (setter) Indoor player: Olympic Games: 1988 – 5th, 1992 – nd, 1996 – st (Captain), 2000 – 5th. FIVB World Championship: 1994 – nd. FIVB World Cup: 1995 – nd.
Sinjin Smith & Randy Stoklos. 114 Victories, Winnings $1,967,480. 2. May-Treanor & Walsh Jennings. Misty May-Treanor & Kerri Walsh Jennings. 104 Victories, Winnings $3,658,015. 3. Kiraly & Steffes. Karch Kiraly & Kent Steffes, USA.
Brazilian Gilberto Godoy Filho stands as one of the best volleyball players to ever play the game, and arguably the most decorated the world over during the early 21st century. Known the world over as Giba, his place in the history of the sport may never have happened if not for the courage to overcome major odds as a youngster.
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Considered America’s greatest volleyball player, Karch Kiraly(31) has earned nearly every award imaginable in his sport. In addition to being inducted into the UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame in 1993, he also was inducted into the Vol-leyball Hall of Fame in Springfi eld, MA, on Oct. 19, 2001. In 2016, he was selected the Player of
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Amy Eckenfels Zink, assistant volleyball coach at Taylor County High School, was inducted into Campbellsville University’s Tiger Hall of Fame over the weekend. A Louisville native, Zink found her way to Taylor County through Campbellsville University, where she played women’s volleyball as a student.