Misty May-Treanor is a famous beach volleyball player that plays professionally on both the AVP and FIVB tour.
May-Treanor was born July 30, 1977 and grew up in Santa Monica, California.
After winning a national title and receiving the Athlete of the Year Award in 1998, Misty graduated from California State University, Long Beach where Misty was a First Team All American for three years.
In 2003, May and new beach doubles partner Kerri Walsh were named the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) Team of the Year winning eight tournaments and going 39-0 in match play.
In the 2004 Summer Olympics, with partner Kerri Walsh won the gold medal after not losing a single set in their seven matches.
During the offseason, when Misty isnt training she is the assistant coach at Irvine Valley Junior College.
Today, May and Walsh are one of the most famous beach teams in the world.
Her 1998 College team was one of just three college teams to ever go undefeated in a season.
In 2004, Misty married Florida Marlins catcher Matt Treanor.
Huntington Beach in 2006, May-Treanor surpassed $1 million in career earnings, just the second American woman to accomplish that feat.
May's Nickname is Turtle
2007 AVP - Best Offensive Player, Best Defensive Player, Most Valuable Player and Best Team of the Year
2006 AVP Best Offensive Player and Best Defensive Player of the Year
2005 AVP Most Outstanding Player, Best Offensive Player, Most Valuable Player and Best Team of the Year
2005 FIVB Most Outstanding Player of the Year, Best Offensive Player, and Best Setter
2004 Gold Medalist Summer Olympics, Athens
2004 AVP Best Offensive Player and Best Team of the Year
May-Treanor Winning on the Beach
2003 AVP Best Team of the Year
2003 Won Beach World Championship with partner Kerri Walsh, Brazil
2003-04, Misty May teams with Kerri Walsh for a 90-match winning streak
2002 FIVB Tour Champion
2000 5th Place Summer Olympics, Sydney
2000 BVA Best Rookie of the Year
The #1 Ranked Player in the World
Leads the #1 Beach Volleyball Team in the World
Winningest Female in Her Sport
31 Pro Beach Titles
World Record for 90 Consecutive Match Victories
World Record for 15 Consecutive Volleyball Tournament Wins.
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