Kerri Walsh
4th American Woman to Surpass
$1 Million in Prize Money

Kerri Walsh is likely on her way to becoming the best female beach volleyball player of all time.

In 2006, Walsh became the fourth American woman to surpass $1 million in Pro Beach Volleyball prize money.

She has led the AVP in both blocks and hitting percentage in 2005, 2006 and 2007.

She has been the top-ranked player each season she has played domestically.

Together with beach partner Misty May-Treanor, Walsh and May are one of the most famous beach volleyball teams in the world.

Walsh was a member of the United States National Volleyball Team for two seasons (1999-2000) and was a right side hitter on the 2000 Olympic Team, helping the team place fourth in Sydney. 


kerri walsh jennings

Walsh at the Net

A Star at Stanford
Before graduating from Stanford University with a BA in American Studies, Kerri enjoyed a successful collegiate career winning a National Championship, the Player of the Year award, and First-Team All American honors.

Kerri Walsh is considered to be one of the best all-around players in collegiate history.
While at Stanford, Kerri became only the second player in NCAA history to receive First-Team All-American honors all four seasons (1996-1999). She was also the first player in PAC-10 history to record 1,500 kills (1,553), 500 blocks (502), and 1,200 digs (1,285).

She comes from an athletic background as her mother was named two-time MVP in volleyball at Santa Clara and her father played minor league baseball for the Oakland A's.


Walsh Volleyball Quote

“Today, today, today is what matters. Take advantage of it, make a difference, smile more, work harder; it will pay off.”


Interesting Facts

In 2004, Kerri Walsh and teammate Misty May won the Beach Volleyball Gold Medal at 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. It was the first United States Women's Beach Volleyball Gold Medal in US Olympic history.

Second player in NCAA history to receive First-Team All-American honors all four collegiate seasons (1996-1999). 

In 2005, Kerri married Professional Beach Volleyball player Casey Jennings.

Favorite advice for the beach, “Play dirty and be ready for anything”, from Butch May.


Career Highlights

2007 AVP - Best Offensive Player, Best Defensive Player, Most Valuable Player and Best Team of the Year

2003 AVP Best Offensive Player

2006, 2007 AVP Crocs Cup Champion with partner Misty May-Treanor

2003, 2004 AVP Most Valuable Player

2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 AVP Team of the Year with partner Misty May-Treanor 


2002 FIVB Tour Champion with partner Misty May-Treanor

2005, 2006, 2007 FIVB Best Blocker

2005, 2006, 2007 FIVB Best Hitter

2005, 2006, 2007 FIVB Sportsperson

2007 FIVB Best Offensive Player

2007 FIVB Most Outstanding


Dane Seznick comments on Kerri and Misty dominating the beach...

"Overcoming adversity is right up this duo's alley...they're probably one of the best teams I've ever seen at staying together when things get a little bit tough."

-- Dane Selznick, Pro Beach Volleyball Coach



Kerri Walsh Related Pages

Karch Kiraly

Logan Tom

Flo Hyman


› Kerri Walsh-Jennings

GET MY SECRETS


STRENGTH PROGRAM

VIDEO DOWNLOAD


JUMP TRAINING

VIDEO DOWNLOAD


SPEED/AGILITY

VIDEO DOWNLOAD


SETTER TRAINING

VIDEO DOWNLOAD


Recent Articles

  1. Best Conditioning Volleyball Drills, Skills, Coaching, Training, Rules

    Aug 26, 16 12:11 PM

    Need volleyball drills advice? Discove the best strength and conditioning for volleyball. Learn how to weight train, design workouts, develop skills, strategies, rules

    Read More

  2. Volleyball Strength DVD

    Aug 26, 16 11:55 AM

    Volleyball strength dvd specific to strength and conditioning for volleyball. 93 minute video demonstrating over 180 exercises and drills for training for volleyball. 12 week workout program...

    Read More

  3. Volleyball Program Design

    Aug 08, 16 05:08 PM

    Volleyball program design and how to workout for volleyball. To be great at volleyball, the focus should be on improving strength and power. Volleyball strength training...

    Read More